Thought the Netbook was dead? Asus wants to bring it back with this new model.
Lenovo's 11-inch ultraportables come with a choice of AMD or next-gen Atom processors.
More netbooks with faster yet power efficient processors are on the way, but they're not a very popular item in the U.S. market anymore.
Dell is leaving Netbooks to the dustbin of laptop history. But it's not terribly surprising, considering the rise of tablets and the emergence of ultrabooks.
There's a significant interest in AMD's Fusion chip versus Intel's Atom. And that means more un-Netbooks, like Sony's 11.6-inch Y series--very deliberately not labeled a Netbook.
Some products just aren't worth the hassle, even when they're a bargain.
As the iPad 3 release draws nearer, our video guides you through the rumour mill and reveals what to expect from the next big Apple launch.
As the Chromebook arrives at stores, Lenovo's president, coincidentally, sees the demise of the Netbook and the rise of the tablet.
With popularity of the iPad undiminished, Apple easily surges past Hewlett-Packard as the top PC maker in the world, according to Canalys.
Remember the Switchblade? Razer has plucked yet another blinder from its sack of implausibility. Behold, friends, Project Fiona.