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Are Ultrabooks already dead, or just waiting to arrive?

Intel's Ultrabooks make PCs slim and powerful to compete with tablets — but, so far, few are buying. Are Ultrabooks dead…or just not here yet?
Computing

Microsoft announces a pair of Windows 8 events

Microsoft will be holding two events this month, one on October 25 for Windows 8's arrival, and the other on October 29 for Windows Phone 8.
Computing

First impressions of the Windows 8 Acer Iconia W700 tablet

Acer announces its latest tablet, the Iconia W700, complete with a cradle dock, Bluetooth keyboard, and of course, Windows 8 compatibility.
Computing

Why vinyl and cassettes should stay dead and hipster analog revivalism should join them

There’s a good reason that 8-tracks, rotary telephones and tube TVs all went to the landfill: They suck compared to what we have today. And no amount of reimagining history will make them any cooler.
Computing

Too much of a good thing? How HP made a mockery of Envy

HP’s Envy brand used to be the Cadillac of the computing world, before it started stamping it on everything in sight.
Apple

Xbox Music launches alongside Windows 8 on Oct. 26

Xbox Music, Microsoft's Spotify competitor raised from the ashes of Zune, will launch alongside Windows 8 at the end of the month.
Computing

USB 3.0 thumb drive shootout

Which USB 3.0 thumb drives are hot rods and which belong in a demolition derby? We put them to the test to find out.
Computing

HP means business with its accessory driven ElitePad 900 tablet, but the price remains a secret

Hewlett Packard has announced the ElitePad 900, a business grade Windows 8 tablet that will be joined by a wide range of accessories.
Apple

How iCloud’s reduced free storage compares to Dropbox, SkyDrive, and Google Drive

Apple recently announced it would be dropping the free storage offered through iCloud from 20GB to 5GB. Can it still compare to the likes of SkyDrive and Dropbox?
Computing

Intel details its low-power, next-gen tablet processor, the Atom Z2760 Clover Trail

Intel has launched the Atom Z2760 processor, also known as Clover Trail, which is destined for use in power efficient tablets with Windows 8.
Computing

Are we evolving tech, or is tech evolving us?

We may be the masters of the devices we create, but as we become more and more dependent on them, we are literally rewiring our brains.