The new flagship ultrabook from Toshiba will feature a 2560x1440 resolution display and "white glove" service.
Fourth-gen Core i-series "Haswell" CPUs promise big leaps in performance and battery life.
The chip giant has launched a social media competition where your very own bizarre concept hybrid device could be made into a AU$25,000 prototype.
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.
Thunderbolt is more than just a "faster interface", but Intel's slow and steady approach needs a revolutionary device to win its place at the table.
Computex — the largest IT trade show in Asia — starts 5 June where the biggest tech names will be showing off their latest gadgets and technologies. Here's what you can expect to see.
If the ultrabook devolves into a hodgepodge of pseudo-thin, conventional designs, the chances of success are not good.
The first Intel Ivy Bridge chips launch next week, with quad-core processors due first and more power-efficient ultrabook chips coming later.
Netbooks will get a boost from faster Intel silicon. The question is: does anybody still care?
Toshiba continues its line-up with a couple of new notebooks from its Satellite series.