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The Australian PC market suffered its worst quarter in two years, from January to March, according to IDC research, which laid the drop at the feet of the global economy, the carbon tax and interest rates.
Apple moves to make the thin, light laptop market binary: You're the MacBook Air. Or you're not.
Apple has patented the design of the MacBook Air. Consider how much difference there is between Apple's portable and any other Ultrabook? The answer is very little.
The processors, scheduled for release this week, are built on Intel's tri-gate design and promise better graphics along with integrated PCI 3.0 and USB 3.0 support
Thin ultrabooks and bring-your-own-device-friendly workplaces are enjoying a simultaneous rise in popularity right now. Today, we show you how to make your own laptop stand for your desk in five minutes, for less than a dollar.
There's a growing interest in solid state disk drives (SSDs) as a way to speed up ultraportable laptops, thanks partly to their appearance in Apple MacBook Air and Intel Ultrabook-style machines. SanDisk is now targeting the upgrade market with an Extreme SSD in consumer packaging.
The war that Intel declared against Apple just became public. Will the notoriously anti-competitive gorilla get flattened by the $500B elephant?
What’s in a name? Intel slapped Digitimes for reporting that it's paying OEMs a "marketing subsidy" to keep prices on its MacBook Air clones ultra-low. Intel insists that its Ultrabook payments are just "incentives." Could Intel’s semantic vigilance signal antitrust concerns?
An attack of the MacBook Air clones in underway, funded largely by Intel's $300M Ultrabook Fund. Will it push Apple to jump ship for AMD? We'll have to wait until next year to find out.
HP has announced the Folio 13, its first ultra-slim laptop designed to fit squarely within the ultrabook category of devices being promoted by Intel and going up against the MacBook Air
Can Toshiba compete against Apple by going super-skinny?
The fund will invest in companies working on user interfaces, longer battery life and new designs, as Intel throws its weight behind the 'ultrabook' category of laptops
Long before Intel coined the term Ultrabook, Apple came up with a laptop that slips in a manila envelope. The latest refresh--including Sandy Bridge chips, Thunderbolt, a backlit keyboard and Mac OS X Lion--preps the MacBook Air for a coming wave of Windows competitors.
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