Merging gaming PCs with low-end brands failed for PC makers like HP, but Dell's giving it a shot.
Conventional bicycles are undergoing a radical technological makeover that could change the way people ride and protect their bikes
If you have the nasty habit of whacking your laptop to oblivion, Acer's tough-as-nails Chromebook 11 N7 is designed to withstand a serious beating before giving in.
The venerable ThinkPad brand will turn 25 this year, and Lenovo's new ThinkPad X1 devices will kick of celebrations with a slew of upgrades including sexier designs, edgier screens and faster processors.
The world is waiting for Microsoft's next Surface tablet, but when it ships, it'll have to contend with Lenovo's new Miix 720, a 12-inch Windows tablet loaded with cutting-edge features.
Dell has just improved it's already brilliant XPS 13 -- it's now available as a 2-in-1, which means it can be used as a laptop or a tablet.
Lenovo's ThinkPad T570 is a loaded laptop oozing with whizbang technologies, but Intel's secretive Optane memory stands out.
Lenovo's starting its CES party a bit early, announcing new and upgraded ThinkPad laptops and 2-in-1s with Intel's new Kaby Lake chips and a slew of new features.
A South Korean government agency has slapped Qualcomm with a US$853 million, alleging the company indulged in business practices that violated the country's competition laws.
If you want a PC with Ubuntu Linux, you can turn to Intel's Joule single-board computer instead of buying a more expensive PC.
Intel is now shipping a new single-board computer, the Joule 550x, that will challenge the dominance of Raspberry Pi.
Samsung has upgraded its Notebook 9 laptops with Intel's latest Kaby Lake chips, jumping ahead of rivals expected to announce new PCs at CES.
It's been a rough year for Imagination Technologies. The CEO resigned in February, layoffs followed in the next month, and the cloud of a takeover hung over the company with rumored negotiations to purchase the company.
If Apple was the first to bring 64-bit to the iPhone, Samsung is among the first to bring it to smartwatches.
ARM has a big problem -- it rules in smartphones and tablets but hasn't broken into servers and supercomputers. ARM servers are devalued partly because many applications don't run work with the chips.