Intel has been synonymous with Windows PCs seemingly forever. But it's trying to change that in a hurry. Enter Google.
With the demise of support for Windows XP, Google spied an opportunity for Chromebooks. Customers exposed to iOS and Android may now be more open to something besides just swapping in the latest Wintel laptop.
Intel and Microsoft, left out of Apple's success, are courting new hardware and software partners that have a presence in the mobile market.
Join Craig Simms and Seamus Byrne at CNET Australia HQ in Sydney for a drink, a chat and a personal tour of the best this year's Computex had to offer. Did Wintel just get its groove back?
Tablet growth will eat into laptop sales, according to research notes by Barclays Capital.
We're baaaa-aaack! And slap-happy after the break. We ask: who will make the next Kindle? Will Apple have some sort of snorefest in NYC? Why do we miss Kodak already? Are Acer and Lenovo Wintel-crazed? And are RIM's co-chairmen getting the boot?
We're baaaa-aaack! And slap-happy after the break. We ask: who will make the next Kindle? Will Apple have some sort of snorefest in NYC? Why do we miss Kodak already? Are Acer and Lenovo Wintel-crazed? And are RIM's founders getting the boot?
Chairman and co-founder of world's fourth-largest PC maker talks to CNET about what the company is doing right, and why he looks forward to the end of "Wintel" dominance.
The proliferation of Netbooks and the emergence of Internet-based computing raise myriad questions for Microsoft and Intel-and there are no easy answers on the horizon.
Kevin Kettler says Dell plays a starring role in guiding tech, even if that causes friction with allies.