Hewlett-Packard and Dell offered some of the least expensive and most popular laptops on Black Friday, according to Gap Intelligence.
Hidden amid Hewlett-Packard's second-quarter report is news that up to 16,000 more jobs are on the chopping block.
Samsung primes two affordable laptops for the back-to-school shopping season.
The era of growth in the traditional PC market may be coming to an end. Things are looking worse this year than previously forecast, according to Citi.
Intel's latest chip technology is percolating into low-cost laptops from Hewlett-Packard and Toshiba. It's part of an Intel strategy to get its 32-nanometer chips into a full range of laptops.
Really cheap Intel-based tablets and laptops will run Google and Microsoft operating systems, sources tell CNET.
Acer and Hewlett-Packard are getting aggressive on ultrabook pricing. Acer has taken its lower-end model below $650.
Dell's got a new ultrabook on the way that makes use of aluminum and carbon fiber. Having announced it at CES tonight, Dell will start taking orders in February.
It's been a source of frustration recently, especially given the recent rash of ultrabooks, that vendors still insist on shipping low quality screens with their notebooks. So where are the good ones?
Hewlett-Packard says for the first time that it will enter the emerging market for Ultrabooks, the superskinny laptops that compete with the MacBook Air.