This week, we check out some new ultrabook laptops that are blurring the definition of this growing category, then David Carnoy shows off his favorite iPad 3 cases, and we close with some hands-on tips for playing the incredibly popular tablet game Draw Something.
Apple is throwing a wrench into the ultrabook works. The iPad has consumers' attention in the mid-range, while MacBooks own the high end.
Thin and light laptop and hybrid designs from PC makers are passing Apple on key features. Will PC makers forge ahead in 2014?
From dual-OS hybrids to tabletop PCs, see that latest wave of PCs.
A flood of conventional laptops won't redefine the PC. Stray too far from the ultrabook concept and it's circa 2005 all over again.
Toshiba is setting a torrid pace for ultrabook pricing, now down to a head-turning $699.
Dell's XPS 13 ultrabook finally gets the high-resolution display the design deserves.
What hardware issues plague ultrabook owners? Tech support Q&A site FixYa reveals some of the top ones.
Sony priced itself out of the market. And consumers' flight from premium laptops could mean some pain for Apple.
Shipment growth of the ultrathin computers could triple that of tablets, though tablets will retain the edge in total volumes, Juniper Research says.