PC World's Michael Scalisi thinks Apple missed an opportunity to win over converts put off by Microsoft Vista.
Intel ships an ultra low-voltage processor for affordable ultrathin laptops.
While two Android-based laptops debuted ahead of the Computex exhibition, Google declined to comment on whether its working on adapting Andorid for laptops.
Screen start-up Pixel Qi is showing off its first 10.1-inch screen for netbooks at Computex next week.
Apple and Microsoft: two great tastes that taste great together? Also this week, has Microsoft topped Apple in the war of brands, and who better than mythical beast to talk about a mythical tablet?
AT&T plans to start selling netbooks nationwide in the U.S.
If it costs $30,000 to fill an iPod, the Zune should have no trouble competing, right? And with talking heads dithering over whether Steve Jobs will return, new iPhone in hand, it appears that the fuss over netbooks may finally be dying down.
IDC said worldwide netbook shipments went up sevenfold to roughly 4.5 million during the first quarter of 2009.
In a bad economy, should Apple slash prices or keep selling the high-quality, high-value products that have made it a success?
With rumors abounding of an Apple media pad, the Macalope takes it upon himself to voyage into dreamland and have his fill of the cotton candy and marzipan that will no doubt make up this mythical device.