Dell has a new tablet coming out this month using Intel’s new Broadwell-based processor. The Venue 11 Pro can be used like a laptop, like Microsoft’s Surface Pro, thanks to a variety of docks and keyboard covers.
Samsung may be a winner in the mobile space, but it has clearly not been having a good time in the European PC market.
Microsoft completed the Surface Pro 3 lineup on Friday, adding three new models including an entry-level edition equipped with a Core i3 processor.
Tired of carrying a slim, light laptop along with a bulky power brick? Check out Dart, a new Kickstarter that uses Very High Frequency power conversion to provide up to 65 Watts of power in a pocketable size.
At Mobile World Congress, Wilocity unveiled its first WiGig chip for smartphones, promising connection speeds of 4.6 Gbps on local-area networks. Don’t expect a rash of WiGig-powered phones this year though.
There isn’t much from CES on the Chrome front we didn’t already know, but we still power through for a full discussion of this week’s Chrome news.
Microsoft’s ’12 Days of Deals’ calendar might have leaked, and it shows some decent discounts to be had at Microsoft’s retail stores over the next 12 days.
Corning made a big splash in mobile devices with its strong, scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass for smartphones and tablets. Now, the company is positioning itself to repeat its success on touchscreen laptops with its new Gorilla Glass NBT panels.
Nearly every Chromebook Pixel review says you shouldn’t buy one. But as someone who took a 60-day web-only challenge in 2008, I’m ready for exactly what the Pixel offers, so I bought one.
I’ve been using a Chromebook Pixel for the past two days and a single phrase comes to mind: blown away. Is it worth $1,299 or more? Take a look to see and then stack it up against your mobile computing needs.