Google has added a new feature to Chrome OS that makes it easy to turn a Chromebook into an internet kiosk that doesn't require a log-on.
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HP has announced a new convertible device that can be used as a tablet or ultrabook, and is hoping the hybrid will appeal to business and government buyers looking to upgrade their fleets of devices.
Comet will go into administration next week, following an unsuccessful attempt by OpCapita to restore the once successful company to its heyday.
Recently formed British unified comms specialist StarLeaf has marked the launch of its UK business with the first public outing of its end-to-end video and voice system at UC Expo in London
The Australian hardware maker has started taking orders for a cloud-focused laptop based on Chromium OS, the open-source counterpart to Google's Chrome
The company has announced details of its new ThinkPad X1 laptop and ThinkCentre Edge 91z all-in-one desktop machine, both of which attempt to marry business and consumer features
Apple has introduced updated versions of its 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac desktop computers with Intel's Sandy Bridge chip and Thunderbolt data transfer technology
Microsoft has started taking photos in London for Streetside, its Bing Maps photo feature that will go up against Google Street View in the UK.
The release is the first to introduce the Unity desktop as standard and includes updates to features of the Ubuntu One sync and Ubuntu Software Centre