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Big Screens…VERY Big Screens SLIDESHOW
The mobile market has dramatically changed the IT industry. While deskbound PCs were once the most important products in the industry, smartphones, tablets and even lightweight notebooks are now on top. Desktops and heavier laptops have lost favor to highly mobile devices that generate excitement...
Touch Displays SLIDESHOW
In two separate studies, research firms Gartner and IDC have revealed that PC shipments are down. Another research firm, NPD DisplaySearch, announced earlier this month that it expects tablet shipments to outpace notebook shipments for the first time this year. The company is also predicting...
Where's the Innovation? SLIDESHOW
The PC market is in a state of steep and worrisome decline. According to research firm IDC, a total of 89.8 million PCs were shipped worldwide in the fourth quarter, down 6.4 percent compared to the same period in 2011. That drop was worse than the 4.4-percent estimate and underscores the increasing...
With the Consumer Electronics Show now drawing to a close, the best and worst products and vendors are starting to reveal themselves. As in previous years, the world's biggest technology trade show has been a place for many companies not only to exhibit what will be the hottest products for...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Most Ultrabooks, the thin, lightweight notebooks Intel has been promoting, will likely get touch-screens by the end of the year if they are to have any chance for success.
The rumored new Chromebooks from Google reportedly will begin shipping by the end of 2012.
Nvidia saw shipments and market share in the GPU space grow in the third quarter, but sales slowed for rivals Intel and AMD, Jon Peddie Research says.
Using ultrasonic technology, Elliptic brings touch-free gesturing to Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system.
LiveTime Service Manager, the company's front-line product, will help Absolute branch out in its business with a new social network-style cloud (or on-premises) IT help desk function.