Nokia is adding Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy to every Windows Phone 8 device that it has made, with an imminent update adding support for the low-power wireless technology.
With many Atom-powered Windows 8 tablets and hybrids to choose from, one stands out as the best of the bunch.
As I look at my iPad 2 sitting next to me, I wonder how a device with the same basic proportions could actually be thinner. Yet, the latest rumor says that Apple will forgo the IPS (in-plane switching) display for the iPad 3, instead favoring a Sharp-manufactured display that will be thinner and lower-powered than IPS can manage.
Startup Prysm raises $100 million to mass-produce flexible displays, which use lasers to reduce power consumption, and develop a consumer product.
UC Berkeley researchers unveil materials that could potentially reduce the amount of voltage required for a CPU to operate, paving the way for ultra-low-power computing.
Now out of stealth mode, the start-up aims to license its PowerShrink manufacturing technology to semiconductor companies. First to sign up: Fujitsu.
Usually priced about $80 higher, this no-frills notebook offers solid performance and a spacious keyboard.
New version of the wireless technology targets low-energy applications in the health care, fitness, and security markets.
The XS11-VX8 server is aimed at companies that want to reduce power consumption and pack more computing into the data center.
CEO Mary Lou Jepsen's keynote speech at O'Reilly Media's ETech 2009 conference provokes some critical analysis.