Google’s mobile operating system runs on phones, tablets, televisions, and set top boxes…So why not your 7 or 10-inch Windows netbook, too?
Leaked pricing figures suggest that PC makers are positioning their soon-to-be-released Windows 8 tablets at the high-end of pricing spectrum.
In this edition of Tech Talk, I chat with Sharp Electronics about TV trends, while Intel covers the advantages to an ultrabook for students, over a laptop.
A medical expert warns against curling up with a tablet to read an e-book before bed – if you want to have a good night’s sleep, that is.
Finally an affordable Wi-Fi enabled thermostat you can control over the net using any browser or smartphone.
These thin laptops are one of the hottest product categories at this year’s tech show – but are they all just MacBook Air clones? Thankfully, no.
Super-slippery material repels everything from water to crude oil to jam.
How do you decide what kind of computer you need for school? Here we propose a few advantages tablets have over laptops and a few areas a laptop trumps a tablet.
Are you ready to use Google’s cloud-based “Chromebook” computer? Better yet, is the Samsung Series 5 ready for you?
The sun pumps out energy all day long… so wouldn’t it be cool if your laptop could harness it somehow to sustain itself? Samsung’s latest netbook does exactly that.