Hewlett-Packard has sold some remarkable PCs over the years. Lest we forget, it sold today's Ultrabook equivalent back in 2000.
Forget telephoto zooms for your eyeballs and Web-connected contact lenses, cameras of the future will be much easier to operate and almost fully automated.
Steve Jobs proclaimed this week that the new MacBook Air "is the future of notebooks." But it's clear PC makers like Sony and HP saw that future a long time ago. The problem? Execution.
Sometimes you may have an old Mac lying around that you would like to retrieve files from. Thinking it's an easy task, you grab your nearest USB stick only to find the computer does not have any USB ports, or for that matter, any FireWire ports. As such the majority of transfer devices, including flash drives, CD/DVD drives, and external hard drives, will not work the the older machine.
iFixit tears down the Apple Newton: Its DNA is still around.
Mac OS X 10.6 won't work on PowerPC-based Macs. But Apple picked a good moment to put its foot down and focus on multicore chips of the future.
Looking for a travel-friendly mouse that charges itself when not in use? If your notebook has Bluetooth and a PC Card slot, you'll love the MoGo Mouse BT.
New and Noteworthy: The Firefox story; An ExpressCard adapter that accepts a PCCard (PCMCIA); more
Michael Horowitz offers an introduction to Netbook computers, a new class of low-end laptops.
Honda unveiled its 2009 Civic lineup with some incremental styling changes, the addition of Bluetooth hands-free, and a few new trim levels.