Is it us, or does the ZOTAC ZBOX ID45 look something like a miniature, PC-ified R2D2? Whether it does or doesn't, read on to learn more about ZOTAC's latest small form factor PC here.
A Chinese portal posted an unconfirmed list of prices for the next-gen Haswell chips from Intel, and hinted that the new chip could be made official on June 2 – just ahead of Computex 2013.
Whether you're building your own computer or just looking to replace your existing processor, you've got several inexpensive new options from Intel.
Rumor has it that Intel is working on a way to cut the amount of power consumption on its Ivy Bridge chips, making them perfect for iPads and other tablets.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini is retiring in May. Could a change in leadership ironically help the chipmaking giant keep up with mainstream computing?
In addition to a slew of other hardware announcements, including two new iPads, a new iMac, and a new MacBook Pro, Apple also threw in an update to its Mac mini lineup at today's keynote event.
Intel has been banking on ultrabooks to re-ignite PC sales, but guess what? PC sales remain flat, and Ultrabook sales are far below expectations. Will Windows 8 turn things around -- or just make things worse?
At $450 and up, Acer's Aspire V5 notebooks are cheaper than the latest breed of Ultrabooks, but still ultraslim and fairly stylish.
We’ve gotten our hands on the latest Intel Ivy Bridge hardware and put it through its paces. Here’s what’s in store.
Intel's latest "Ivy Bridge" processors are coming soon for desktops and laptops. What do you need to know to make a smart buying decision?
An Intel executive has acknowledged that next-generation "Ivy Bridge" processors are running 8-10 weeks late, and likely won't land until June.
Intel thinks 40 percent of consumer laptops will be Ultrabooks by the end of 2012. What is an Ultrabook, and why would consumers embrace it so fervently?
Intel unveils a trio of chips that aim to reduce energy consumption, including the 2013 Haswell microprocessor that will allow laptops to run all-day
Intel has plans for a new class of thin and light notebook computers aimed at consumers and priced under $1,000.
Intel has a viable way to make 3D tri-gate transistors, meaning processors will continue to offer more performance in smaller packages, using less power.