Intel's next generation Ivy Bridge chip is already running in finished laptops--or more specifically Ultrabooks--from major manufacturers.
As a follow-up to its upcoming 9.7-inch TouchPad, HP is readying a 7-inch tablet slated for an August release, says a report in Taiwan Economic News.
Microsoft and its partners are beginning to show and tell more about the features that 7- and 8-inch Windows 8.1 "Blue" devices will offer.
Details of Intel's next-gen Ivy Bridge mobile processor lineup have leaked. Wondering what's inside a future MacBook or ultrabook? Read on.
Asia-based suppliers prefer that Hewlett-Packard keep its PC business inside the company, according to a report. HP Executive Chairman Ray Lane did not discount that possibility today in a conference call.
The book retailer claims that the software giant's patent suit is designed to force Android-using rivals to pay exorbitant fees or face expensive lawsuits.
Foxconn will make a 10-inch Kindle Fire for Amazon, according to a report. If true, this indicates Amazon is targeting the sweet spot of the tablet market.
Tigo Energy raises money from electronics manufacturer while chipmakers STMicroelectronics and National Semi expand with power electronics to maximize output of solar panels.
Hewlett-Packard sent out notices today indicating that it is officially out of TouchPads. That means don't expect any more shipments of those popular $99 tablets.
Intel's Ivy Bridge chip will be in some of the most futuristic ultrabooks at CES.