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Oct 09, 2013
Google and HP launch new Chromebook 11 for $279Hewlett-Packard Co makes the new HP Chromebook 11. Although its price is in line with most other Chrome OS notebooks, the new model sports many design features found in pricier devices, including the $1,299 Chromebook Pixel.
Jun 04, 2012
Asus launches a Windows 8 notebook that is also a tabletThe Windows 8 tablet rush continues with Taiwanese firm Asus also launching, two new tablets cum notebooks that run on Microsoft's soon-too-be-launched OS.
Apr 09, 2012
Are hotels injecting ads into 'free' WiFi services?Now you may not be able to assume that the price of your room pays for "free" internet.
Jan 11, 2012
Lenovo plans to launch smartphones in the USLenovo Group Ltd, which is making a concerted global push into tablets and ultrabooks, now expects to launch a smartphone in a lucrative US market dominated by Apple Inc and Google Inc gadgets.
Dec 30, 2011
Intel Ships New Atom Processors To PC MakersThe third-generation Atom processor-based platform introduces several new features for low-power designs such as netbooks, retail and healthcare IT devices.
Dec 09, 2011
Tablets Will Eat Into Mini-Laptop Market By 40 Mn Units In 2012Tablets and Ultrabooks will erode the market share of netbooks, or mini laptops, in 2012.
Nov 28, 2011
RIP: The rise and fall of the humble netbookThe days of the cute, compact netbook look numbered as consumers shun them for tablets, and computer makers turn to ultrabooks in an effort to get out of the low-price, low profit netbook market.
Sep 08, 2011
India IT Sector High On PC Sales2010-11 annual sales close to 10-million mark
Aug 02, 2011
Tablets To Power Mobile Broadband Mkt In 2011Shipments of mobile broadband devices in 2011 are projected to climb to 157.9 million units, up from 100.1 million units in 2010.
Jan 31, 2011
Toshiba Launches New Range Of LaptopsQosmio X500, Netbook NB520, Satellite A660 and Protg R700 are four new range of laptops that have been launched.