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While many eyes are on E3, Taiwan's Computex conference is more quietly generating some interesting news on the future of Netbooks and laptops that will eventually make their way stateside.
Acer releases new Aspire Timeline laptops that come with great battery life and affordable prices.
Chip giant is launching its line of processors for thin, inexpensive laptops at Computex in Taipei.
With growing concern over the lack of U.S. car battery manufacturing, Boston Power says a proposed auto and laptop battery plant in Massachusetts is "shovel ready."
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nvidia says that some notebooks continue to have "failure" issues.
Engaging in three different phases of laptop development, Intel seems to have a triple-front release schedule all set to go.