On Microsoft's Windows 8 launch date this Friday, Hulu will roll out Hulu Plus for Windows 8, a TV viewing app optimized for the new touch-enabled, tile-based OS.
Apple unveiled the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display at today's Apple Press event. The notebook will look to offer the same visual experience as its 15-inch counterpart, and will be available for purchase starting now for $1,700.
With the release of Windows 8 quickly approaching, Dell is taking the opportunity to reveal its full line-up of PCs and tablets designed to take full advantage of the features present in the upcoming OS. In addition to revealing its extensive PC portfolio, Dell has also made a number of these products available for purchase today.
Despite some confusion surrounding the term, the demand for Ultrabooks is expected to grow significantly over the next few years and will generate revenues of close to $76B in 2016, as compared with $1.3B last year.
Seagate Technology has introduced SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to its Backup Plus storage for Mac, which means faster backups and data transfers.
WD has announced My Passport Enterprise, a portable hard drive aimed specifically at Microsoft's Windows To Go. Windows To Go allows users to put a copy of Windows 8 on bootable USB drives, which can be loaded onto a computer and used as a desktop environment.
With a new Win8-only product now on the way, WinZip's just shipped version 17 adds features for secure file and photo sharing across Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP.
In case you missed it, Google and Samsung have teamed up to release the latest version of the Chrome OS-based Chromebook; powered by a fanless dual-core A15 ARM processor and featuring an 11.6-inch display, this "browser in a box" might be all the laptop some people need.
Looking at Intel's Ultrabook requirements is perhaps the best way to define the new notebook sub-genre, but it doesn't necessarily tell the whole story.
What are they and what will they become? We take a closer look at the changing face of the Ultrabook category in our special report.
Iomega announced the px2-300d and the ix4-300d, both of which give consumers and small businesses the ability to share files both locally and through the cloud using Iomega Personal Cloud.
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