14.4 million desktops, notebooks, and tablets were reportedly sold through U.S. commercial channels in 2013, leading to a 25.4 percent increase over 2012.
Microsoft never liked Larry Ellison's network computers. Clinging to that orthodoxy risks another mis-step.
Google has decided that it is best to have security by obscurity and has invested in shedloads of expensive Macs.
Five years ago the market was abuzz with talk of cheap netbooks based on Intel’s Atom processors and AMD’s upcoming low-end APUs. Then Steve Jobs took to the stage with the first iPad in tow and the rest is history – netbooks died out faster than any PC form factor in recent history.
You betcha! Here's 7 reasons why you should take the leap of faith and own one of these suckers, too.
Google's ChromeOS may not be as popular as Mountain View's mobile-oriented Android, but the cloud-centric operating system is certainly holding its own.
The current - rather limited - lineup of Google Chromebooks are powered by Intel’s x86 processors.
We’ve certainly been hearing quite a lot about Chromebooks in the tech world.
However, when the machines finally started to hit the virtual and retail store shelves, they didn’t actually sell very well.