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Notebook/Laptop Articles for May of 2013Below are the 97 Notebook/Laptop articles for May of 2013
Google Now might just prove to be better than Apple's Siri thanks to voice-powered search and Google Maps integration. Google Now is finally available to iPhone and iPad.
Staples announced earlier today that it is the first major U.S. retailer to carry the Cube 3D Printer from 3D Systems.
Acer reveals its new line of touch-enabled notebooks: the Aspire R7 and the Acer Aspire P3.
Today, HP took the wraps off of its latest line of small business-inclined ProBook notebooks, with next-generation AMD and Intel CPUs.
We get to spend some time playing with HP's new ProBook business notebook lineup. Read on to find out what we thought!
Read our full review of the Brother HL-3170cdw Digital Color Printer offering small businesses a low cost alternative to office AIOs.
Intel's new Silvermont architecture utilizing a 22nm manufacturing process, will be the foundation for a wide range of products coming to market later this year.
Sony today introduced the brand new VAIO Fit laptop line as well as enhancements to Sony's top-selling VAIO T Series 15 Ultrabooks powered by Windows 8.
The Sony VAIO Fit is a new line of stylish notebooks with solid spec and vibrant touch-enabled displays. Here we take a closer look at the 15.6-inch model.
OKI Data Americas has released a new print job accounting and management software, PaperCut MF, designed for OKI single function and multifunction printers.
Seagate shows of its next-generation of solid state drives.
Seagate has been dipping its toes into the flash industry for several years now, offering a hybrid mix of flash and rotating storage. Now, they're going all in.
WD and SanDisk announce a partnership to offer the WD Black SSHD. The new ultra-slim storage solution is currently shipping to OEMs.
Microsoft will release 'Windows Blue' later this year, and the update will respond to customer feedback about Windows 8 and RT, said a Microsoft senior executive.
Read our recurring series, Printer Tips from PrinterComparison, where our staff will share expert advice on a wide range of printing topics!
Google Now is available to iPhone and iPad users via an update to the Google Search app.
We've seen more innovation from PC manufacturers in the last year than in the last ten combined - and it's all thanks to mobile.
Forget 3D printed guns, check out Robohand, an artificial hand created with 3D print technology and the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer!
Origin PC is now offering the EON17-SLX in a promotional gaming bundle, which includes a high-end mouse, headset, and carrier bag.
Check out our hands-on first look of the HP Designjet T120 24-inch ePrinter, the entry level model in HP's large format lineup offering wireless connectivity!
In a typical year, the TechnologyGuide Media Group and its seven consumer and business technology sites looks at and reviews hundreds of new and interesting products, many of which undergo[...]
This value-oriented 14" notebook features a touch-enabled display, a backlit keyboard and good performance. Read on to find out why it's tough to recommend.
AMD releases a new faster memory SKU - the RG2133 gamer series.
System Mechanic Pro is one of the most widely used system utility suites for Windows PCs. Does it really "Fix, Speed Up and Secure Your PC"? Read the full review.
Find out how fitness gadgets are set to fuel the next personal and work life convergence on TechnologyGuide.com!
Here's a look at the 15-inch variant of the Sony VAIO Fit notebook that comes with an Intel i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and metallic casing. Do the specs match[...]
Users are concerned that Microsoft Office might ultimately follow Adobe's lead to subscription-only pricing. Users of Adobe's Creative Suite are already up in arms.
Check out our complete list of Editors' Choice award winners!
Although supporting all Windows PCs and tablets, Macs, and Android and iOS devices, McAfee's LiveSafe will provide some extra features for Ultrabook notebook users.
Looking for a new printer for your home office? Check out the Canon Pixma MX522 Wireless Office All-in-One, the PrinterComparison printer deal of the week!
At PrinterComparison, we often get repeat questions about certain topics involving printers from support issues to reducing costs. So we decided to create a running series that covers popular topics[...]
The Toshiba Satellite P875 notebook comes with a crisp 17.3-inch HD display, Intel 2.4GHz processor and plenty of ports, making this an excellent desktop replacement. But how is it as[...]
With security features that are purportedly exclusive, Symantec's new Norton Zone offers 5GB of free storage across Windows, Mac OS X, Windows RT, iOS, and Android.
HP upped their convertible notebook offerings today with the Split x2 and the SlateBook x2 - one offers users the power of Windows 8, while the other offers the efficiency[...]
Western Digital announces the availability of its My Passport HDD line.
Mother's Day is over but there is still time to pick up the perfect printer for your grad or dad so check out the answers to your burning questions! [...]
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 is an affordable gaming and media focused notebook. Keep reading to see if it delivers on the promise of "upgradeable" graphics.
Microsoft will release a public preview of Windows 8.1 on June 26, said a Microsoft official. Windows 8.1 will be a free upgrade for Windows 8 and Windows RT.
Just announced at their yearly developer conference, Google introduced a new way for users to interact with the search giant's bank of information - using just your voice.
MakerBot and Autodesk have announced a partnership to market their respective 3D printing hardware and 3D design software in one bundle.
Need a new printer for your home but want something stylish? Check out the HP Envy 120 e-All-in-One, the PrinterComparison printer deal of the week!
We first laid eyes (and fingers!) on Lenovo's IdeaCentre Horizon table PC at CES back in January, but now we've got to spend a couple of days living with it.
In this battle of the budget multimedia laptops, we look at two 15.6-inch notebooks with Windows 8, solid performance, and 1080p displays for less than $800.
Adobe Acrobat is one Windows and Macintosh application you can use for reading, creating, and editing PDF docs. Yet it's hardly the only one. Read the full review.
Forget guns and human ears, the big news for 3D printing today revolves around NASA and American's favorite delivery item, pizza.
Microsoft just unveiled latest console, the Xbox One. Filled with the latest in motion control, the new system promises to be a new central hub for your TV.
WD announces plans to showcase a number of its SSHDs and 5mm HDDs at COMPUTEX.
Accellion announced the "first secure mobile printing solution" for iOS and Android devices, the Accellion Mobile App with embedded printing technology.
Samsung introduced the ProXpress series, a new line of monochrome single function and multifunction laser printers targeted at small and medium businesses.
AMD's newest notebook processors are codenamed "Temash," "Kabini" and "Richland." What do these three processor families have to offer? Keep reading to find out.
OCZ is responsible for bringing SSDs into the realm of affordability for many users, and their latest model pushes their mid-range Vertex line into competition with some pretty fast drives.
AMD recently showed off some exciting new improvements to its CPU/GPU/APU lineup, and we got to spend a little time getting hands-on impressions.
OCZ announces its new line of Vertex 540 SSDs with 20nm flash and Barefoot 3 M10 controller.
Canon has introduced the Pixma Comix Facebook application, a fun new way to turn Facebook photos into creative products. Learn more about the app and see our editor's comic!
Brother announced a new lineup of digital color laser all-in-ones, the MFC-9000 series, targeted at small businesses.
HP launched this year's lineup of consumer notebooks today, offering amazing resolution and amazing audio, all of which starting at extremely low prices.
A Special Report sponsored by Asus The ASUS G750 features the 4th-generation Intel® Core i7 processor for powerful performance, Intel® Thunderbolt™ Technology for split-second data transfers, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX[...]
The Samsung Galaxy S IV may be a marginal upgrade from its predecessor, but is it still impressive enough to edge out the rest of the Android competition?
Due to the overwhelming response from our readers, we've created the Printer Tips from PrinterComparison Special Section, a home page chock-full of our favorite printer tips.
Google Maps has upped its game with services like Street View, Google Earth, and Zagat info. Learn more at TechnologyGuide.com!
While the storage giant is clearly considering the future of solid state storage, they're proving that hard drives will be with us for some time to come.
This simple, portable USB hard drive provides both fingerprint biometric access and hardware encryption that automatically keeps your data safe.
On stage at the Wall Street Journal's D11 conference tonight, Apple CEO Tim Cook had a few things to say about the future of the company - including their play[...]
The Lenovo IdeaPad U310 is a productive, utility driven ultrabook. Is this attractive laptop worth your money? Keep reading to find out.
BestBuy is now offering new Acer C7 Chromebook with SSD storage.
Every day there seems to be a new "top" story in the world of 3D printing and today the big news is the Mataerial project, a new 3D printer that[...]
Check out our full review of the HP Designjet T120 24-inch ePrinter, the entry level model in HP's large format printing lineup!
The Designjet T120 24-inch ePrinter is the entry level model in HP’s large format line offering a price tag of $999. Customers can print from Letter to Ledger using the[...]
Eurocom launches SLI based GTX 780M options for its customizable Panther 5D and Scorpius 2.0.
The LG Optimus G Pro is a solid contender as far as Android smartphones are concerned. But as a phablet, it just might be the new champ.
Summer Tech 2013 How to Make the Most of Your Technology During Vacation The summer season is packed with plenty to keep you busy and our tech experts have some[...]
The LG Optimus G Pro is a 5.5-inch, Android Jelly Bean (4.1.2) handset. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage (expandable[...]
3D Systems, the manufacturer of the Cube and CubeX 3D printers, has added SYNNEX to its global reseller network.
Looking for an affordable large format printer with built-in networking? Then check out the HP Designjet T120 24-inch ePrinter, the PrinterComparison printer deal of the week!
The Booq Boa Courier 15 is a messenger style laptop bag designed to be carried across the back. It has plenty of space and is made with the finest materials.
Interested in a summer do-it-yourself project? Canon and A Beautiful Mess blog share some new ways to get creative with your Pixma and Selphy photo printers on Canon's Crafting Corner.
Forget Skype, Now it's Time to "Hangout" with Google. Learn more at TechnologyGuide.com!
Today, ASUS unveiled an upcoming new 4K monitor that takes advantage of exciting new IGZO display technology.
Roku's new streaming video box is tiny, mighty, and mighty tiny.
Acer is going to announce a Haswell-based PC running Android for just $400.
ASRock is coming out with a new small form factor (SFF) gaming machine, but this time they've teamed up with the masterminds at BMW to give the line some much[...]
Google has combined all of its messaging services into one unifying force. Was it a smart move?
Microsoft promises to spend boatloads of cash to bring new games to the Xbox One.
Intel is planning on making new Pentium and Celeron CPUs based on their low-power, Atom CPU microarchitecture.
In addition to pricing, BlueStacks announced new relationships for their Android-powered GamePop console, designed to bring custom games to the new box.
Need some low-power, quad-core server chips? These new dies from APU might be right up your alley.
Stock of Apple's last high-end PC, the Mac Pro, is drying up across the country.
For years, the United States has banned the sale of several kinds technology to countries like Iran. Now, sanctions are slowly starting to lift.
Completing one of the most successful gaming Kickstarters ever simply wasn't enough for the team at Double Fine. They've just announced the creation of another crowd-funded game, Massive Chalice.
Dell's board of directors sent a letter to company shareholders this week, asking them to take CEO and founder Michael Dell's offer to buy out the company.
Drobo made the announcement back in March with an April ship date, but a month later, the company has released new software that lets its popular line of storage appliances[...]
When Google announced its competition for cities to convince the search giant that they were the right fit for Google Fiber, they expected to get a few dozen responses. What[...]
In recent months, Apple has snagged a bevy of former AMD graphics engineers for an unknown project.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the newest trend in cord cutting isn't the cable service - it's the Internet.
While most Westerners look at Sony and see a successful electronics company famous for the Walkman and PlayStation, people in Japan see something completely different.
According to IDC, we might see tablet sales overtaking PCs by 2015.
With Microsoft no longer the sole dominant player, Ubuntu's largest bug has been solved.