PC maker Lenovo, which has struggled for smartphone success outside China, gets an established global brand, while Google unloads a burden on its balance sheet and a source of tension.
The 5-megapixel camera module for the cheap credit card-size Linux computer is expected to cost between $20 and $25.
Best Buy is launching its lowest-advertised-price laptop to date--and it's definitely a laptop, not a Netbook.
System builders and resellers get extra time to obtain licenses for the discontinued XP for their systems.
SanDisk says Windows Vista is not optimized for solid-state drives, which will cause a delay in the roll-out of optimized drives.
Head of Sony Electronics' U.S. division talks about OLED TVs, Blu-ray, and the future of retail electronics.
Love Vista or hate it, it will soon be the only Windows game in town for most computer buyers. News.com's Ina Fried takes a look at the dwindling options for those who want to buy XP.
Microsoft's chairman indicates that the next version of Windows could come within the next year, far ahead of previously announced plans.
The company, as predicted, said it will continue to sell Windows XP beyond a June deadline, but only for a limited number of low-cost systems.
Deadline looms for large computer makers to stop including the older operating system on new PCs, but a number of signs suggest Microsoft will have to extend that deadline again.