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Place your bets: An Apple tablet, laptop -- or both?

Does Apple have designs on a 2-in-1 device, or is it thinking about something more conventional? The odds may favor the former, but it's long odds right now.

By February 9, 2014


IHS cautious about Apple's push for large iPad

Market research firm IHS is uncertain how real a so-called iPad Pro is at the moment -- despite the fact that Samsung is readying a large tablet for the business market.

By January 30, 2014


Intel profit drops 25 percent as it grapples with weak PCs

The semiconductor giant's first-quarter revenue and forecast for second-quarter sales were broadly in line with expectations. It also reiterated its projections for the full year despite signs that the PC market is weaker.

By April 16, 2013


Chromebook Pixel LTE arriving today

The first customers will start getting the Chromebook Pixel LTE today, several weeks after the Wi-Fi-only version was available.

By April 12, 2013


Pricey Chromebook Pixel: Built well but impractical to upgrade

Bill Detwiler cracks open the Google Chromebook Pixel and shows you why it's easy to open and service, but nearly impossible to upgrade.

By March 14, 2013


Analyst: Google's Chromebook Pixel succeeds on image

Comparisons with MacBook means Google is succeeding already, says Gap Intelligence.

By February 26, 2013


Google laptop shows Apple a thing or two

Google's Chromebook Pixel has two killer features that MacBooks don't. Maybe it's time for Apple to rethink the MacBook concept.

By February 23, 2013


Chromebook Pixel has retina-beating touchscreen for £1,049

Google's pricey new laptop has a monstrous screen resolution, but runs the risky Chrome OS.

By February 22, 2013


Google's Chromebook Pixel elevates Chrome OS ambitions

The browser-based Chrome OS now has a high-end home: a refined $1,299 laptop with a high-resolution touch screen. It paves the way for Chrome OS tablets, too.

By February 21, 2013


Maker of Chromebook Pixel video: It's real. But is he?

Exclusive: Slinky.me founder Victor Koch says his company's Chromebook video is legit -- but doubts about him are mounting.

By February 11, 2013