Ever wish your eyes were lasers? A laptop prototype brings that wish closer to reality.
Google and Taiwan's Asus are launching a "computer on a stick" which can plug into a display to turn it into a PC.
Another wave of laptop computers running on Google's Chrome operating system will be hitting stores this summer in the latest challenge to Microsoft's dominant Windows franchise.
In 1984, with only $25,000 in Chinese government funding and a dusty 20-square-metre bungalow as their headquarters, a small group of scientists in Beijing founded a firm called New Technology Developer Inc.