Analyst Opinion - Rob Enderle has a look at products that bridge categories, combining the usability of at least two different devices in just one box. Are there Super Devices in your future?
When you are listening to PC manufacturers and analysts, there is a certain pessimism in the air that the market is becoming increasingly vulnerable and may not be able to sustain its growth.
Researchers from Princeton University are describing a new and apparently very effective security attack that will allow hackers to access encrypted data on your PC. Technologies such Microsoft's BitLocker, Apple's FileVault and Linux's dm-crypt have no defense against this new attack.
In a paper published in the December 16 issue of Nature Nanotechnology, Stanford researcher describes a new idea that could dramatically improve battery life in portable devices. Using silicon nanowires, battery life could jump by a factor of ten, incr
Just in time for the Christmas season, Dell is offering a its previously introduced XPS M1330 notebook in a 15" shell, closing the gap between its 13" and 17" mobile performance systems.
Gaming isn't the only thing Alienware can do. It's also tackling business mobility and adding its distinctive signature in the process.
MobilityGuru takes its first look at a mobile computer with Intel's GMA 950 integrated graphics processor, HP's Core Duo DV1000T laptop. How does the GMA 950 compare with the older GMA 900 technology? And, what's the DV1000T like?
We were surprised by the many disparate sources of a notebook's battery drain. The complex interplay between software, components and peripherals during the tests we ran provided the basis for a checklist of what to do and what not to do to get the most out of any notebook's battery charge.
OEM spin aside, notebook battery lives just are not up to what consumers and business want. Industry group Mobile PC EBLWG says laptops that run eight hours on a charge will be available by 2008. But how do they expect to pull the feat off and what can you do in the meantime to squeeze more life out of your notebook's battery? Keywords
Averatec's AV3220H1 ultra-portable notebook packs a mobile AthlonXP 2000+ and weighs just over 4.4 pounds for only $1000. How does the performance of this very cost-efficient device stand up against pricier systems, such as the Asus S5200N?