A processor bump and price cut are nice, but a next-gen laptop from Apple needs more updated features.
Thin and light laptop and hybrid designs from PC makers are passing Apple on key features. Will PC makers forge ahead in 2014?
New MacBook Air models may be right around the corner -- if a reading of retailer tea leaves is correct.
What hardware issues plague ultrabook owners? Tech support Q&A site FixYa reveals some of the top ones.
Intel will have a PR problem on its hands next week as Apple's crosstown happening threatens to eclipse the chipmaker's affair.
A new hybrid laptop combining elements of the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro could hit the market this year, says analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple is once again said to be working on larger versions of its popular MacBook Air notebook, with 15- and 17-inch models in the hopper that could end up replacing its "Pro" line.
These chips are headed to your next laptop, if you're in the market for an ultrabook or a MacBook Air.
Prices for Intel-based ultrabooks from major brands such as Toshiba, and Acer remain well below $1,000, keeping the pressure on Apple's pricier MacBook Air.
The weapon of choice for professional creatives will slim down to MacBook Air-like proportions, an insider claims.