Rather than look for an electrical outlet in the airport, you can pull out a liquid methanol cartridge to charge your ultra-mobile PC, if this partnership pans out.
Anand Chandrasekher hits the high points of Intel's strategy for mobile Internet devices.
Like to tell you 'bout my baby, you know she comes around, just 'bout 10 inches from her head to the ground... and her name is G... L... O... R... I... A... It's the Samsung Gloria and it runs Windows 7.
In a little-remembered speech from 2005, Bill Gates showed a concept for a tablet much like the iPad. So how did Microsoft miss the boat?
Gadget makers gather in Taipei show off their latest wares, with a focus this year on tablets, e-readers, and other portable devices.
This year a slew of companies, led by Apple, are trying once again to shove these odd little slates down our collective throats, but which of these devices is worth investing in?
Some tech pundits think keyboard-less tablet-style PCs are fundamentally flawed and that not even Apple can make a successful one. But there's a simple workaround and Apple already sells it.
Chip giant and mobile handset maker have more than a few holes in their respective collections of mobile technologies. How far will this go to plug the holes and take them to the next technology plane?
For years, the PC industry has longed to make a compelling device that's bigger than a phone but smaller than a notebook. They have failed. Can Apple pull it off?