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Panasonic Wearable Digi Camcorder $199
After shooting for the high end of the tablet PC market with the launch of the Galaxy Pro line, Samsung goes after a different customer with a budget 7-inch model.
Optus will begin tests of the 4G network in the 700MHz and 2.5GHz spectrum bands in Sydney soon using yet-to-be-released handsets from HTC and Samsung.
The boutique PC company hedges its bets with a hybrid Steam Machine that starts at $1,899.
Calling the claims "groundless," the electronics giant denies it is pulling out of the desktop business, despite falling PC shipments worldwide.
UPDATED: Already one of the leading mobile device makers in the world, Samsung is getting out of the PC business.
The new Windows 8 desktop takes its design cues from the white Galaxy S4 smartphone.
While Toshiba unveils a 7mm hybrid hard drive/solid-state drive, Samsung launches the first PCI Express-based SSDs for ultra-thin PC notebooks, the same one found in new versions of Apple's MacBook Air.
Chinese PC maker wants to sell about triple the number of smartphones it sold last year as it competes with Samsung and Apple for global market share.
Company says the new 4GB LPDDR3 chip is an industry first using 20-nanometer processes, and offers more than double the performance of the previous standard in terms of data transmission.
CyberPowerPC thinks small with its LAN III mini-systems, while the Digital Storm Hailstorm II is an old-fashioned monster tower.
What does a PC maker do when the PC market is shrinking and demand for tablets is exploding? One option is to design hybrid PCs, which can switch from conventional PC to tablet and back again. In this post, I look at clever hybrid devices from Samsung, Dell, and HP.
Windows 8 has yet to lift off, according to PC market fifth-place holder Asus, while Samsung has canceled a launch in Germany altogether, citing lack of interest in the platform.
Samsung shot past Apple to become the world's leading buyer of chips and semiconductors, according to latest research figures. Forget the Samsung vs. Apple rivalry for a moment. It's actually about both Samsung and Apple setting the post-PC agenda for 2013.
Samsung, Toshiba, Sharp, Panasonic -- we've heard from several of the heavy hitters at CES already, and they say consumers want smart TV tech. Really?
According to Amazon, the number one selling laptop isn't a Windows PC or a Mac, it's the Samsung Chromebook, which runs Google's Linux-based Chrome OS.
While PC OEMs missed a big chance to boost Ultrabook sales, Samsung massaged prices of its flagship Galaxy S III handset in order to boost sales and grab market share.
Panasonic is warming up Windows 8 Pro for road warriors with introduction of a new semi-convertible rugged tablet PC.
In addition to jumping on the Windows Phone 8 bandwagon, the mobile carrier is trying its hand at hawking Windows 8 slates.
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