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Meet the Ultrabooks CES was all about the Ultrabook this year, with a number of Intel partners pitching their designs. Among them was Dell, which announced its first Ultrabook, the XPS 13. Weighing 1.36 kg, it includes a 13.3-inch display...
Technology News Gallery: February 13 2012 Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Services. This week: RIM gets some good buzz, the Galaxy Note is ridiculed, a PC the size of a credit card...
Technology News Gallery: Week of February 20, 2012 Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: HP shows off slick new all-in-one workstation, Microsoft's online store in India got hacked, Sony shows...
Technology News Gallery: February 27th 2012 Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Ubuntu made to run on an Android phone, Dell's first ultra book goes on sale, the California Attorney...
 Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures. This week: Apple's textbook-friendly iBooks 2, Wikipedia goes dark, former Nortel execs go on trial, and more. Tablets get schooled Apple executives Phil Schiller and Roger Rosen introduced iBooks 2 at...
Worldwide technology news in pictures. This week: A different way of remembering Steve Jobs, a Canadian network equipment company rebuffs a takeover and get ready for Wi-Fi speeds to triple. What a doll A 1:6 scale replica of the late...
Acer Aspire AS5333 Notebook The Acer Aspire AS5333 is a celeron processor-powered notebook with a 15.6 inch CineCrystal LED display. It has a 320 GB hard drive and 3 GB of standard memory. Sony VAIO AW120D Notebook The Sony VAIO AW120D is...
TNG Week of July 9, 2012Our weekly roundup of news from around the world in pictures from IDG News and Arianespace. This week: Broadband from space, a MacBook Pro review, inside the Google Nexus 7 tablet and more. <img ...
Turing centennaryAlan Mathison Turing (June 23, 1912 - June 7, 1954) was a British mathematician, logician, and cryptographer. Turing is often considered to be a father of modern computer science. This statue was made by sculptor Stephen Kettle. Saturday...
A balancing actAt its TechEd North America conference, Microsoft had to strike a delicate balance: promoting Windows 8, its new operating system due by the end of the year, without cannibalizing sales of its existing Windows 7 OS. (IDG...