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Apple should not release a subnotebook

Rumors have been swirling about an Apple subnotebook. But as Don Reisinger points out, Apple will not ignore these rumors, it won't release one of these devices.

By December 12, 2007


Netbooks pose tough questions for Intel and its customers

New netbook designs pose this pesky question: why are subnotebooks so expensive?

By June 3, 2008


ARM Cortex-based Netbooks due soon

An executive of the chip architecture licenser does not confirm which companies may be manufacturing subnotebooks using ARM-based semiconductors.

By October 23, 2008


Palm Foleo: Not such a dumb concept after all?

Asus, Everex, and soon perhaps even Hewlett-Packard and Acer, are making subnotebooks for niche markets. And we probably owe a small debt to the Foleo for that.

By February 21, 2008


Dell Venue 11 Pro

Betting on a full 1080p display partly justifies the Dell Venue 11 Pro's higher price compared to other Atom-powered tablets. But the keyboard dock add-on, which should turn this into a functional laptop alternative, is too expensive and occasionally frustrating to use.

February 4, 2014

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Mac sales surge, PC sales stay steady

Sales of Apple computers jump 26 percent in July from the same month last year, while PC sales inch up just 4 percent over the same period, according to data from NPD.

By August 23, 2011


Apple MacBook: Change is in the Air

Some of the upgrades we might see in the next MacBook Air include a bigger and better solid-state drive, improved design, and upgraded processors.

By July 6, 2008


Sony EL display is paper thin

Sony demonstrated a new electroluminescent display that is paper thin at the Display2008 conference in Japan.

By April 18, 2008


Microsoft eyes Windows 7 broadband bundles

The company is in talks with telecom providers and others to work out how Netbooks running Windows 7 could be bundled with other hardware and services.

By March 5, 2009


Intel rides high on strong notebook demand

Recession or no recession, CEO Otellini remains bullish on Intel's prospects in the second half of year.

By July 15, 2008