The 11.6-inch slate sports a 1080p display and packs a dual-core AMD Z60 chip, but the company has revealed no pricing or availability info.
Does your next vacation destination make you a "mindful traveler?"
At a recent TED conference, media investigator Markham Nolan shares his secrets to verifying the authenticity of posts, videos and photos seen online.
What are the best cars to buy this year when it comes down to safety in collisions and crashes?
It may not be the end of world hunger, but five MIT students have managed to solve a problem that irritates every household across the West.
The first Kindle sale of the year drops the price of Amazon's largest tablet to $249 if you're a student and a Prime member.
The second Technical Preview of the next version of Windows Server concentrates on tools to improve how we use servers today, with hints of the microservices and containers that future cloud techniques...
Evidence exists that employers are asking more questions related to personal tastes and interests at job interviews. As in dating, shared passions (and chemistry) matter.
Imagine visiting the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the 70's, 80's and 90's. You would have probably seen these brand new pieces of tech, ready to be launched.
Taking time out to refresh has brought a new perspective and shock at how dumb some organisations really are.
Follow the '50/10' rule: Work for 50 minutes, rest for 10.
Is there any good reason Google is blocking Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps via the Internet Explorer browser?
Guests at Hotel Skypark Central in Seoul, South Korea can now use smartphones as their room keys.
Amazon Web Services is freshening up its management console for mobile users with a new tablet-optimized interface as well as an Android smartphone app.
The amount of money put into the solar sector decreased sharply, with biofuels, green chemicals and electric vehicle companies picking up the slack - for a total of $6.46 billion in 2012 green technology venture capital.
The Free Software Foundation Europe is claiming that recent changes to the Google's Android Software Development Kit licensing terms has made the SDK into proprietary software. But if you look closely, that doesn't appear to be the case.
Heading into CES, we know we'll see plenty of flashy and new TV displays. But then what are we going to do with them?
With a number of its flagship software products, Microsoft may be making good on promises to roll out new major releases more rapidly.
The cult of me continues...data from a survey of US freshmen shows increasing perceptions of being 'above average': Are they deluded or the greatest generation?