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Qualcomm smartbooks incoming: thinner than Air, ultrabooks

Qualcomm promised devices slimmer than Intel's ultrabooks, and now it looks like it's going to make good on it.

By March 31, 2012

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Best of CES 2012: Where are they now?

Come with us on a trip back to January 2012 as we track down last year's award winners and find out...what happened?

By December 14, 2012

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Apple rumoured to release cheaper MacBook Air this summer

A cut-price MacBook Air is on the way this summer, according to whispers up the supply chain.

By May 7, 2012

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A quad-core Windows 8 laptop more ultra than an ultrabook?

Imagine a quad-core Windows 8 laptop as light as a tablet. Enticing -- but first let's see if commercial designs actually appear from top-tier device makers.

By March 31, 2012

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Report: Chrome OS smartbooks coming this month

Devices were expected to arrive this fall, and it looks like Google and its partners are on track with Chrome OS, according to a report.

By November 2, 2010

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Will the 'smartbook' be a better Netbook?

At least two companies aim to make smartbooks different enough from laptops--and Netbooks--that consumers will take notice. Think of the device as a large smartphone.

By November 22, 2009

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Did the tablet kill the smartbook?

Lenovo's Skylight has been delayed, and news on smartbooks in general has evaporated. What's become of last year's short-lived trend-word? Is the iPad the culprit?

By June 3, 2010

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Lenovo tablets, smartbooks delayed for Android

A pair of the most-anticipated mobile computers from this year's CES show were Lenovo's U1 Hybrid and Skylight smartbook.

By May 28, 2010

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Where is the Linux 'smartbook'?

Smartbook delays are due to a lack of momentum and product clarity, say analysts. A major impediment is the lack of a standard operating system.

By May 6, 2010

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ARM: Smartbooks stalled by Flash issues

ARM's hope to get in on the expected smartbook trend has been thwarted by delays in Flash optimization, a lower-than-expected uptake of Linux on Netbooks, and the emergence of tablets.

By May 5, 2010