Intel unveils chip for ultra-thin laptops

Intel Corp on Monday launched a lighter, power-saving microprocessor intended for use in ultra-thin laptops, a move by the top chip maker to shore up its lead in mobile computing.

HP rolls out low-cost business laptops

Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday introduced a line of inexpensive small business notebooks, called ProBooks which offer a choice between Windows or Linux operating systems.

Sony goes thin with new 8-inch notebook

Sony unveiled the VAIO P Series Lifestyle PC, boasting that it is the world's lightest notebook with an 8-inch screen and weighing just 1.4 pounds at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Wednesday.

Dell to Expand its Business in China

Dell announced plans on Thursday to expand its business in China by selling desktop and notebook computers at Suning, and doubling the number of Gome stores that carry Dell machines.Suning is China...

HP Unveils Small Computers for Schools

Hewlett Packard unveiled on Tuesday a small laptop, joining the growing market of pint-sized computers which is dominated by Intel Corp., and Asustek Computers Inc.

Low-cost laptop production started

A nonprofit group said on Tuesday production of a new laptop computer for children in developing countries had begun, a milestone that could shake up the PC industry by ushering in a new era of low-cost computing.

Microsoft sees progress in getting Windows on XO

Microsoft Corp has made progress in getting its Windows software to work on a low-cost laptop computer for poor children that currently runs on rival Linux software, an executive said on Thursday.

Laptop foundation delay means shortage

A non-profit group developing a low-cost laptop for poor children said that a production delay would cause a shortage of computers available in the United States and Canada as part of a holiday giving program.

The Simpler Life

TVs usually dominate Europe's largest consumer electronics show but many gadgets in Berlin this week aim to make life simple and more beautiful too.

Fujitsu-Siemens to offer flash-memory laptops

Fujitsu-Siemens Computers will start selling laptops with flash memory instead of hard drives this summer, bringing faster, lighter and more energy-efficient computers to the European mass market.


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Dell Unveils New Colorful Laptops

Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) introduced new laptop computers on Tuesday, featuring eight different colors and new capabilities as it attempts to gain a larger share of the consumer computing market.
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Ultra High Speed Wireless About to Take Off: Analyst

As wireless networking becomes more pervasive, extending to mobile computers, cell-phones and handhelds, one expert believes that the next generation of ultra fast wireless computing technology may be ready to take off.