Dell is taking $469 off its premium XPS 13 4K laptop
EyeLock has miniaturized its iris-scanning technology to fit notebooks, making logging in and entering passwords as easy as staring at your PC.
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We check out ECBC's super-sturdy, super-roomy Tomahawk Messenger bag that supports up to 17-inch laptops and more.
As much as Apple would like you to believe the MacBook Air is the only notebook of its kind, there’s a whole world of Ultrabook alternatives out there.
Traveling abroad this summer? Chances are you need some new portable gadgetry for your trip. Check out our recommendations, and enter to win a Toshiba Ultrabook!
The value-oriented HDTV maker is jumping straight into the computer market -- and it's not looking to compete just on price alone.
Microsoft is bringing back its student deal that offers a free Xbox 360 4 GB console with the purchase of a Windows 7 PC.
Acer and Lenovo have apparently scheduled the launch of their quad-core Tegra 3 tablets for the first quarter of next year.
It's an Android-based smartphone with three additional peripherals that transforms it into a laptop, a tablet or a PSP-like gaming device.
HP's TouchPad is just the latest casualty in the tablet business. Here are four others that came before it.
RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook may have launched to tepid reviews from critics but the tablet has garnered a thumbs up from the federal government.
Heading out the door towards summer vacation destinations? Here are 15 ideas--from the practical to the indulgent--for devices you might want to take along.
Check out Motorola's latest smartphone, the ATRIX, which packs Tegra 2 and has two separate docking options.
Google built an operating system that lets you destroy your laptop, with no data loss. And its hardware has no Caps Lock key. What company can claim that?
MSI attempts to give us MacBook Pro style and performance at half the price. We look for clues of compromise and cut corners, and find fewer than expected.
Problem: Find a cheap, powerful gaming notebook—and choose between the 15-inch or 17-inch options. Looking at MSI’s decent options, we weigh pros and cons.
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