Dell's website hinted it early, but there's now an official announcement: the Texas company has released the first 24-inch Ultra HD monitor on the market.
The computer giant today confirmed that CEO Michael Dell and investment firm Silver Lake are paying US$13.65 per share, while Microsoft is contributing a US$2 billion loan.
The PC maker is diving into the convertible market with its own 11.6-inch laptop/tablet dubbed the XPS 11.
With the Chromebook experiment over, Nic Healey reflects on his five days of using Chrome OS.
A 10.9 per cent drop marks the fifth consecutive quarter of shipment declines, the longest duration of a drop in the PC market's history.
The electronics giant plans to close its desktop business in order to focus on tablets and all-in-one laptops, according to The Korea Times.
Ativ tablet, laptops and PCs took centre stage amid a smorgasbord of new Samsung devices.
The new Seagate drive offers a low-cost alternative to SSDs and is targeted for use in ultrathin notebooks and tablets.
First-quarter shipments tumbled 14 per cent, much worse than expected, says IDC. Gartner, meanwhile, says PCs slid 11 percent.
Most people may swear by the number seven for luck, but results from CNET Labs show that Microsoft's new favourite very well could be lucky number 8.