AT&T certainly doesn't hang about. Ten days after the FCC cleared the way for the carrier's acquisition of DirecTV, it's unveiled new bundles that it describes as "the first-ever nationwide package of TV and wireless services."
Acer has taken to the Windows Blog to announce the upcoming refresh of its Z line of all-in-one PCs, set to release sometime in Q3 of this year and stocked with upgrades to the processor, RAM, and storage space.
Lenovo has introduced several new all-in-ones at CES 2014 including the N308, which runs Android, and the Horizon II, which features a 2560x1440 touchscreen and a powerful Intel Core processor. Read on to learn more here.
Today, Sony added two more Windows 8 tablets to its lineup that vary in size, the Vaio Tap 11 and the Vaio Tap 21. The Tap 11 is touted as the thinnest Windows 8 Intel Core tablet in the world, and the Vaio Tap 21 is an updated version of Sony's Tap 20.
Companies like Dell, HP, and Sony have a question for consumers: why buy a 10-inch tablet, when you could have one with a 20-inch display? Going big seems an obvious boon; but in truth, these gigantic devices are unsightly mutants that consumers should…
HP eyes emerging markets with the Slate 21, a $400, Android-running, all-in-one PC and tablet due in stores this September. It has a 21-inch IPS full HD display, Nvida Tegra 4 CPU, but just 8GB of internal storage.