With Apple's M1 processor powering Apple's next-gen Macs and teaching Intel an even bigger and harsher lesson that AMD has been teaching it the past few years, an analyst has predicted a huge jump for Apple sales in 2020 - and 17.1 million in 2021.
Toshiba has announced 25 new notebooks and laptops, with not a tablet in sight.
The Taichi 21, Asus' entry in the burgeoning convertible ultrabook market will start shipping to retailers next week.
A new variant of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon - the the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch - features a multitouch screen.
Featuring a carbon fibre top cover, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the world's lightest 14in business ultrabook, company officials claimed.
Intel continued to encounter weaker PC demand in some markets and its margins declined in the first quarter of this year as the company made investments in new products and technologies, including ultrabooks.
Worldwide PC shipments are on track to hit 368 million units this year - a weak result for the year according to one analyst firm - but with the market picking up in 2013 when 400 million units are forecast to be shipped. In Australia, PC shipments are forecast to decline two percent in 2012 over 2011, and desktop PCs will drop 12 percent, while notebook shipment growth is forecast at just two percent.
Hitachi GST has shipped more than 25 million units of its Travelstar Z-series drives for ultrabooks and other compact devices. A 500GB version is about to ship in volume.
An analyst is tipping Lenovo as a future global number one PC vendor.
Way back in 2007 I remember seeing Intel demonstrate 'slider' tablet PCs where the screen slid down from a vertical to a horizontal position over the keyboard to create a tablet - long before the iPad hit the scene.
The first major tech show of the year is nearly upon us, and with 2012 set to unleash all manner of exciting technologies (and undoubtedly some flops), CES is where we get to see a lot of new tech unveiled first - here's what to expect.
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