HP introduces a bunch of new tablets.
Meet Mattermark, a company that has the potential to be the “Bloomberg for the private markets.”
Putting your company into play has its perils.
Apple’s tiny computer is on the rise.
Forget Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Google just announced perhaps the best sale of the entire Christmas season, at least as far as electronics and computers are concerned.
While the $35 Raspberry Picomputer gets a lot of kudos for being a cheap way to get into hardware hacks, Texas Instruments’ $13 Stellaris LaunchPad could soon take the spotlight.
Windows 8 crashes 55 percent less and is 84 percent less frustrating than Windows 7, according to a new report.
The delightfully simple and surprisingly powerful Raspberry Pi computer has upgraded its Model B machine and kept the price at a stunning $35.
Editor’s Pick With Windows 8, Microsoft favors tablets, touchscreens, and laptops with modern touchpads. Traditional desktops with a keyboard and mouse, on the other hand, have been left in the dust.
It was only a matter of time before Microsoft’s hardware partners began publicly criticizing the Surface tablet, Microsoft’s first stab at building its own computing hardware.
Sponsored Post What happens to all those corporate computers that get turfed every three years? Or yesterday’s gadgets that are piled high in your spare closet?
Editor's Pick Apple and Blackberry aren’t the only fruit-flavored brands that can cause a stir with new hardware releases. The UK-developed Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized, bare-bones computer selling in two variations for $25 and $35 respectively — slightly less than an iPad 2 plastic cover.
Guest Post Many have speculated that we’ve crossed the chasm to the Post-PC era, and that the PC as we know it will be relegated to niche-market status. While it is true that many more smartphones are sold each year than PCs, and that tablets are increasing market share rapidly, I believe business users and many consumers are still not in a post-PC era.
New Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman has vowed to decide whether or not to spin off the company’s personal computer division by the end of October, Businessweek reports.
Steve Jobs shifted the technology landscape countless times as Apple’s CEO. Now that he’s retired from that role, we’ll also miss the many great moments that his singular personality has brought us.
They are the biggest of shoes to fill. Tim Cook is taking over as CEO of Apple. It’s the beginning of a new era in technology, as his predecessor Steve Jobs has been a dominating presence for everything associated with Apple. And Apple has defined some of the biggest changes in the history of technology.
Apple is expected to launch refreshed Mac Pro and Macbook Air computers along with the debut of the company’s new Lion operating system later this week, according to leaked product numbers obtained by 9to5Mac.
Great news for college students (and perhaps not so great news for parents): Microsoft announced today that it will offer a free Xbox 360 with 4 gigabytes of storage (a $199 value) to any student who purchases a Windows 7 computer for $699 or more.
Hoping to advance the speed of everything from computers to game consoles, Rambus is announcing today it has invented an extremely fast way to transfer data through a computer’s memory system.
It is true: People will pony up remarkable amounts of money for Apple’s products.
The past has come back to haunt Dell. Documents unsealed yesterday regarding a three-year-old lawsuit against the company have revealed that Dell knowingly downplayed hardware defects for millions of computers it sold between 2003 and 2005, the New York Times reports.
You may want to hold off on picking up a Macbook Air anytime soon. Low supplies of the computer may be a sign that Apple is aiming to refresh the current 13.3-inch product line soon and potentially introduce a smaller 11.6-inch model in the process, AppleInsider reports.