The PC maker has purchased thousands of patents surrounding mobile technology as the firm seeks to establish itself in the mobile realm.
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Lenovo's Vibe Z is the company's smartphone headliner at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but really plays into a broader effort to target emerging markets.
The chip giant's new modem is already built into the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE tablet being sold overseas.
While most 4G/LTE devices can step down to a 3G network when out of the 4G area, Google's laptop is stuck with only wi-fi.
The mobile world is changing due to the spread of fast LTE to populated areas. The utility provided by an 'everywhere' connection has changed my purchase preferences.
This time around, the rumored 11.6-inch laptop/tablet hybrid hits the FCC with AT&T LTE capabilities built in.
Verizon's first 4G LTE laptop is available without contract for $600 and with pay-as-you-go mobile data service. But is it a better option than Verizon's 4G LTE USB modem?
Novatel has produced the first embeddable module to get certified by Verizon for its 4G LTE network.
Spritely performance and an attractive case design makes the Asus ideal for home office tasks in an IKEA-obsessed age.
Microprocessor design hit a wall in the first half of this decade with Intel unable to deliver a 4gHz Pentium chip and IBM unable to deliver Apple a 3gHz PowerPC G5 chip or a G5 at any speed suitable for laptop computers. And so, at the Intel Developer's Forum yesterday, Intel CEO Paul Ottelini showed off the future of microprocessing - the dual-core processor, which will allow a 10-fold increase in performance with lower power consumption.
Hewlett-Packard planned on Tuesday in the US to unveil a new Centrino laptop that comes preloaded with SuSE Linux, making it the first major laptop manufacturer to put forth such an offer. The HP Compaq Business Notebook nx5000, which costs US$1,199, has an Intel Pentium M processor and affiliated Centrino wireless technology.
The new low-end server uses Intel's Pentium M processor, originally designed for laptop computers. Also, the company upgrades its other blade models.
PC makers are coming out with a slew of new notebooks containing Intel's Pentium-M processor, and executives claim that goes a long way toward improving the laptop experience.
Notebooks using desktop Pentium 4s were the best-selling laptop models during the 2002 holiday season--legitimizing a trend in mobile computing: the "desknote."
Though not on public price sheets, the Pentium 4C low-power desktop chip has appeared in HP laptops. Is Intel trying to get notebook makers to stop using standard P4 desktop chips?
The Presario 1500 is a seven-pound laptop that runs on a 2.2GHz Pentium 4 desktop chip designed for 'casual mobility'.
The Presario 1500 is a seven-pound laptop that runs on a 2.2GHz Pentium 4 desktop chip designed for 'casual mobility.'
NEC introduced an improved version of its laptop for the outdoorsman on Monday. NEC updated its new Versa DayLite E120 with an 800MHz low voltage Pentium III-M processor from Intel. The new E120, however, keeps the same reflective 10.4-inch display as its predecessor. The display is designed to be viewable outdoors, unlike most notebook displays that nearly wash out in direct sunlight. The DayLite can also be used indoors or at night by increasing the screen's brightness using a switch mounted on the chassis. The DayLite machine weighs 3.1 pounds and includes 256MB of memory and a 20GB hard drive. Its standard battery is good for four hours of use, NEC said. The machine starts at $2,199. --John G. Spooner, Special to ZDNet News
The Pentium 4 mobile chip has arrived, with tweaks for extending battery life, but some notebook makers are already using the cheaper desktop P4 port
Wednesday 20/02/2002"Don't put your Pentium on the move, Mrs OEM," says Intel, concerned that laptop manufacturers are putting desktop P4s into their wares instead of patiently waiting for the mobile part to appear. It gets too hot, uses too much power, needs too much air, notes the worried chip giant.