While cheaper and less powerful than the Moto X, the Moto G is more critical to getting consumers back on the Motorola bandwagon, particularly in the world's fastest growing markets.
MSN is reinventing itself as a hub for your news and social networks, with new Android and iOS apps sharing the experience.
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HP is planning to make its voice heard in the mobile game with the new HP Slate6 VoiceTab and HP Slate7 VoiceTab.
With Microsoft and Intel becoming "outright competitors," Hewlett-Packard sees most of the PC growth happening outside the Windows market. That means Android, Chrome, and Ubuntu.
Speaking at the Techonomy conference, the One Laptop Per Child founder says that kids getting laptops are teaching themselves--and then their parents--to read.
If you're bored with Android and iOS, never fear. There's a ton -- well, five -- nascent mobile operating systems coming toward you. And that's a good thing, even if you're on one of the big two.
Always quirky, the Fujitsu lineup for CES 2011 spanned a wide range of concepts, from practical to decidedly less so.
China's largest PC maker is flouting conventional wisdom by moving some of its production to the U.S. CNET spoke with Lenovo about the new facility and its overall manufacturing strategy.
A bill-of-materials analysis of upcoming Microsoft Surface devices suggests pricing will be line with low-end PCs and ultrabooks. But that doesn't include the cost of Microsoft's snazzy keyboard.