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What You Need to Know About Touchpads and Trackpads

A notebook's pointing device is an often-overlooked part of a notebook purchase. Given the variety in today’s notebooks, you'll want to make an informed purchase. Here's what to look for.

Why 2-in-1 Notebooks Aren’t Great Tablet Replacements

Why not buy a full-featured notebook that can also be turned into a tablet? We re-evaluate convertible notebooks to help you make the best purchase decision.

What to Look for in Notebook Speakers

It’s not entirely true that nobody buys a notebook for its speakers. Here’s our guide on what to listen for.

Notebook Buying Guide: Port Selection and Placement

The type of ports on your laptop and where they are located is an often overlooked aspect of notebook buying. We go over what you should watch out for in[...]

What to Look for When Buying a Notebook

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll review the most important aspects of notebook buying, from screen quality to port placement and warranty considerations.

Google Fiber Looks to Turn a Profit, Surprises Even Google

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[...]

IBM Roadrunner, Onetime World’s Fastest Supercomputer, to be Dismantled

All good things must come to an end, even supercomputers.

New Trend: Cutting Off Your Internet Service

According to the Wall Street Journal, the newest trend in cord cutting isn't the cable service - it's the Internet.

Obama Administration Says Companies Can Sell Computers to Iran

For years, the United States has banned the sale of several kinds technology to countries like Iran. Now, sanctions are slowly starting to lift.

The $25 PC: Raspberry Pi Model A Goes On Sale in U.S.

It was 2011 when we first started covering the Raspberry Pi Foundation's efforts to build a $25 PC. Less than two years later, that product is finally here.

Look Ma, No Hands: NASA Explores New Ways of Controlling Robots and Rovers

If you thought the surge in recent hands-free computing devices was cool, just wait - NASA is exploring using the technology to create better ways to control distant robots and[...]