Google notebooks challenge Microsoft
Notebook computers powered by Google software are heading to market in a direct assault on the Windows operating system at the heart of Microsoft's technology empire.
Glasses-free 3D notebook able to display 3D, 2D content on one screen
Toshiba Corporation today unveiled "dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR", the world's first glasses-free 3D notebook PC able to display 3D and 2D content at the same time on one screen. The new PC will be available ...
Seagate to buy Samsung's hard disk drive business
Seagate is buying the hard disk drive business of Samsung in a $1.38 billion deal that also gives the South Korean electronics manufacturer a nearly 10 percent stake in Seagate.
Intel announces third-generation SSD 320 series
Intel announced today its highly anticipated third-generation solid-state drive (SSD) the Intel Solid-State Drive 320 Series (Intel SSD 320 Series). Based on its industry-leading 25-nanometer (nm) NAND flash ...
Rumors about two new Sony laptops abound
Samsung makes 1TB hard drive platters
AMD announces a wireless video-streaming display system
Greenpeace ranks 'greenest' electronics
Environmental group Greenpeace handed out grades Thursday to what it said were the world's "greenest" consumer electronics makers, as the annual gadget industry trade show opened here on Thursday.
Firefox backs 'Do Not Track' with online stealth
As concern about online privacy grows, Mozilla is promising to let people cloak Internet activity in free Firefox Web browsing software being released early next year.
MacBook Air a lovely, pricey machine
I didn't dwell a lot on the MacBook Air when Apple first unveiled it in January 2008. Its thin profile and light weight were definitely impressive. But with an $1,800 price tag for the base model, slow processors, ...
Will Google resurrect the smartbook?
Apple debuts iPad-inspired MacBook Air notebooks (Update)
Apple on Wednesday released a sleek new MacBook Air notebook computer inspired by its winning iPad tablet devices.
Asia computer market has room for both tablets and laptops
Tablet computers such as Apple's iPad and Samsung's Galaxy have had a fanfare of publicity, but they are unlikely to kill off their older cousin the laptop anytime soon, say Asian analysts and vendors.
Fire hazard forces Toshiba laptop recall
Japanese electronics maker Toshiba has recalled 41,000 laptop computers worldwide because of a fire risk, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said.