Google's web-centric Chrome operating system (OS) was originally coded to run on laptops and desktops. However, it seems as if Chrome OS may be evolving into an operating system that could ultimately run on tablets, hybrids and convertible notebooks.
Japan Display has debuted a 12.1 inch, 3840 x 2160 pixel display targeted at next-gen notebooks and tablets.
Increasing demand for tablets, coupled with weak demand from China, is expected to hit notebook shipments in the second quarter.
A report from analyst company Gartner said that the traditional PC market will slip in 2013 by 7.6 percent as people open their wallets to spend on tablets and smartphones instead.
While Steve Jobs claimed that any tablet smaller than nine inches was doomed to fail, Intel's PC business chief doesn't see much of a future for big stand-alone tablets.
Although Acer is still one of the world’s leading PC makers, it hasn’t had much luck in the tablet market.
While many believed that AMD had gone the way of the black knight in Monty Python's Holy Grail, it seems that Chimpzilla is still provoking Intel's wrath.
Nvidia has reportedly been "forced" to exit its integrated graphics chipsets business following the success of Intel's Sandy Bridge and AMD's Llano APU.
ARM is preparing to move into the lucrative notebook market which is currently dominated by Intel x86 processors.
The portable device of choice for the corporate world has traditionally been the humble notebook or more powerful laptop.
Windows-based tablets powered by Intel x86 processors may ultimately be priced in the $600-$900 range.
The lucrative notebook market has managed to stay afloat despite a tablet onslaught led primarily by Apple's wildly popular iPad.
A number of industry heavyweights - including Samsung, Toshiba, Acer and Asus - are reportedly prepping ARM-powered notebooks for the mainstream PC market.
It's official: the iPad is adversely affecting the traditional PC industry, with eager consumers expected to snap up at least 28 million of the popular touchscreen devices at the expense of low-end notebooks.
Worldwide sales of PCs are rocketing, according to Gartner, and it's consumers rather than businesses that are doing the buying.
Nvidia has introduced a new Fermi-based GPU for notebooks that reportedly offers a 5X performance increase along with a dedicated Tessellation engine.
The US CPSC puts customers of HP and Compaq notebooks on notice adding to 70,000 batteries previously recalled last May.
AMD has launched an "Open" initiative designed to encourage 3D innovation and lower high costs typically associated with the evolving technology.
For any of us who have had high performance notebook computers there has been a dirty little secret.
Nvidia has introduced an intelligent switching technology for notebook PCs that automatically selects the optimal graphics processor for running a specific application.