So is it simply a giant iPod Touch? We tell you our initial findings of Apple's iPad and highlight a few things about it you should know.
There are reports that a Chinese manufacturer is shipping netbooks with a preview build of Chrome OS by the end of the month.
Pep up your dumbed-down netbook with these easy projects: upgrade RAM, get a bigger hard disk, and add SD flash memory. Trust us, this is easy.
A pair or researchers will demonstrate how its possible to hack a laptop via the power outlet, or by using a laser pointer device.
For consumers looking for a good way to "lock" a PC or laptop when away, Phoenix Technologies offers a unique solution: Freeze.
Like Apple's sexy MacBook Pro, but can't afford it? Here are our top picks for laptop alternatives that are cheaper and come with many similar features.
Could it be possible to recharge batteries in seconds rather than hours? Apparently, that's a definite "yes" according to MIT engineers after creating an electrical beltway.
Amazon.com today introduced the company’s second generation electronic reader, the Kindle 2. The follow up from the company’s successful Kindle ebook reader offers customers a slim new design with longer battery life, faster page turns...
Toshiba's upcoming super charge ion battery technology promises increased battery charging speeds for notebooks and other devices
For the industrious types, obtaining an illegal copy of a “hacked” Mac OS X installation can be easily found. One such popular platform for hackers to install modified OS X onto is the netbook.
Dell has brought the affordable Vostro A860 laptop to the U.S.; a small business notebook once sold in emerging markets only
Looking for an extra small netbook that packs a lot of features? Korean manufacturer UMID might have the solution for you. How about one that is about the size of a Nintendo DS?
http://hothardware.com/News/Dell-Unveils-New-Product-Red-Artwork/Dell has expanded on its ‘Art House’ series for its Studio notebook line with three new exclusive designs from talented artists.
It appears that some people are feeling a little ‘left out’ regarding an older issue with Apple and its PowerBook G4s. A New York resident, Giorgio Gomelsky, last week filed a nineteen page complaint in a Northern California court.
With all the EEE craze lately, and competitive pricing, Asus is planning to deliver the goods for even cheaper in 2009 according to the company’s president, Jerry Shen.
Sony has had to recall more batteries for fear faulty batteries will cause the computers to overheat. Sony announced today that it would recall 100,000 batteries affecting five major PC makes including Sony itself, Toshiba, Dell and HP.
A little while back there was talk of a touch screen Eee PC hitting shelves by early 2009. Asus today confirmed plans for the touchscreen Eee as well revealing a few other details about its line of compact computers.
MSI will be offering two fully-featured notebooks aimed at mobile entertainment. Special user-selectable profiles are meant to increase battery life.
Telecommunications company, AT&T has launched its own tech support service to rival Best Buy’s famous Geek Squad.
Everyone’s been harping on about Lenovo’s push into the netbook industry with the announcement of the new IdeaPad. While many of Lenovo’s markets will have the option to choose between Linux and Windows, it seems the U.S. will not be one of them.
ASUS this week announced what it claims to be the world’s first laptop that has a 1-terabyte (1TB) laptop. Called the M70, users are able to order the laptop with dual 500GB SATA drives both running at 5400 RPMs. The kicker here is that the M70 does not