The launch of Intel's Clover Trail Windows 8 tablets has reportedly been postponed due to Santa Clara's failure to deliver a critical software patch designed to conserve precious mobile battery life.
Ultrabook sales are withering due to high prices and the allure of competing devices such as tablets and smartphones with more affordable price points.
Santa Clara has debuted its "first wave" of x86 Windows 8 tablets and convertible designs based on Intel's Core vPro, Core and Atom processors - including the new Atom SoC Z2760 formerly codenamed Clover Trail.
There are many of us who have absolutely zero interest in using a slow and outdated PC at work. This sentiment has given rise to the concept of BYOD, or bring your own device to work.
Texas Instruments (TI) is apparently in the process of shifting its chip focus from smartphones to a "broader" market - such as the automotive space - as it seeks a more profitable and stable business.
I know more than a few people who are completely obsessed with keeping an eye on their smartphones.
HP announced three new Windows 8 devices earlier today at IFA 2012 in Berlin, including the Envy X2 hybrid PC which combines a detachable screen and keyboard dock for the best of the tablet and ultraportable worlds.
eReader shipments are projected to decline from 15 million devices in 2011 to 11 million in 2012.
Researchers at Rice University have developed new multi-antenna technology that could potentially help wireless providers keep pace with data-hungry smartphones and tablets.
Amazon will reportedly unveil a new lineup of Kindle Fire tablets during a September 6 press conference in Santa Monica, California.
Recently, certain execs at Acer made some rather strong comments about Microsoft’s upcoming Surface tablet.
Shares of AMD were buoyed nearly ten percent by rumors that Snapdragon master Qualcomm may be interested in acquiring the fabless chip company.
Gestures are so ingrained in human culture that it is virtually impossible to communicate without moving your hands or gesticulating with your fingers while in conversation.
Tablet PCs, such as Apple's iPad, are expected to be the primary growth driver for the mobile PC market over the next few years.
A new report claims that PC vendors - including Hewlett Packard (HP) - are up in arms over Microsoft's recent decision to enter the lucrative tablet market with its Surface device.
Microsoft showcased a new lineup of slick Windows 8 powered "Surface" tablets at an event today in Hollywood, California.
Apple's wildly popular iPad is set to once again increase its market share at the expense of Android tablets.
Over 38 million handheld gaming devices from Sony and Nintendo are expected to ship in 2013 - a number that is significantly lower than the 47 million units sold in 2008.
Intel has vowed to outperform its chip rivals in multiple markets, including in the traditional PC space - which Intel currently dominates - as well as the ARM-controlled mobile sector.
A prominent industry analyst believes that tablets - rather than unwieldy PCs or traditional laptops - will one day serve as our primary computing devices.