Alienware’s Frank Azor isn’t shy about speaking up for the PC, even as new consoles are coming soon.
With touch and faster processors, HP hopes to revive sagging commercial PC sales.
They may look the same, but these MacBook Airs are a whole lot more powerful and efficient.
At last, you can get a fast Ultrabook with 18-hour battery life.
Dell’s line-up includes a 27-inch all-in-one XPS computer.
Editor’s Pick Intel formally unveils its Haswell-based chips and paints a rosy picture for the PC’s future.
Toshiba jumps on the Haswell bandwagon with new touch-oriented devices.
Laptops with the new chips will have twice the graphics capability.
When idle, the new fourth-generation Core chips will use 20 times less power than the predecessor chips.
New devices include a 20-inch all-in-one computer that you can use as a giant tabletop tablet.
Intel’s new Atom chips will be used for storage appliances, network devices, and micro servers.
Intel is accelerating the launch of a chip that will make the PC more competitive against rival makers of tablet and smartphone chips.
Intel shows progress in the strategically important mobile chips market.
The world’s biggest chip maker signals what it will talk about at CES next week
The enterprise-ready tablet has built-in security and other features that enterprises need to equip a work force. The tablets run Windows 8 and feature Intel’s Clover Trail microprocessors (branded Atom).
Sean Maloney, Intel‘s newly appointed president of Intel China, plans to deliver a keynote speech at the Computex trade show in Taiwan next week where he will unveil a heavy-duty effort to steer Intel into the production of low-power microprocessors.