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Once full Chrome is available on Android, watch out. At that point, we may see how loyal manufacturers and users are to the somewhat fickle Microsoft. Booooom!
The latest in the company's Flip PC convertible notebook line is its smallest yet, and ships with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 pre-installed.
The giant Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is an annual pilgrimage for those of us covering the tech world. At least, it used to be, for this tech writer.
As large enterprises move toward Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) policies, the PC giant expects them to favor its wide portfolio's "commonality" and even more so once it becomes more dominant in the smartphone space.
Digital sharing plans probably makes more sense for multimedia content (i.e. Netflix, Hulu) than it does for mobile data.
If Google and Microsoft are shunning CES 2014, then it makes perfect sense that Yahoo would seize the opportunity to step in.
The rugged slate includes an Intel Haswell processor and runs Windows 8.1 Pro -- and will cost a hefty $2,099.
Yes kids you can have a tech savvy bed that will monitor your sleep and track trends. All it'll cost you is $7,999 to quantify your sleep.
Anyone who purchases a new Dell Venue tablet or Dell XPS, Inspiron or Alienware PC will also be eligible to receive 20GB of free Dropbox space for a year.
Chromebooks reportedly did well in 2013 and we are sure to hear of many more new models in 2014. Toshiba kicked things off by announcing their first Chromebook.
LG will soon be launching their new flexible display high end smartphone for the US market. It should be available in the first quarter from three US carriers.
Based on presentations and results thereafter from the last few editions of CES, the immediate takeaway is that Intel has been on the way down while Qualcomm has seen its star rise.
Wearable technology is likely to be a big focus at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week. With all these companies lining up products for consumers to wear, there's one big hurdle no one has overcome.
It's easy to dismiss Android PCs as a flyer made by computer makers. However, there's enough behind Android PCs to cause at least some Windows consternation.
There's more to tech stories than product size and weight...