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The CES International Pavilion is full of endless aisles of austere booths that all look alike, but it's home of some of the show's weirdest gadgets.
Viewsonic pops a Tegra 3 processor into a display that also has a Windows 8 touchscreen.
Intel cuts a broad swath at CES with new CPUs for phones, tablets and Ultrabooks.
Nvidia promises fast streaming streaming of games and other 3D content with its GPU-packed, virtualization-powered servers.
Lenovo continued its deluge of new Windows 8 product offerings at CES 2013, with key additions to its line of Windows 8 hybrid laptops announced Monday, including a smaller IdeaPad Yoga 11S.
Delphi's Vehicle Diagnostics lets consumers monitor their car’s diagnostics systems with Verizon-connected mobile devices.
Nvidia’s CEO spoke about his company’s grand plan to help all PC gamers reach optimum graphics performance.
Hewlett-Packard highlights a super-thin monitor at CES 2013, accompanied with a family of desktop monitors, a portable media streaming device, and budget Windows 8 laptops.
We've seen the future, and the future isn't boring clamshell laptops. Windows 8 is forcing PC makers to make refreshing changes to the old laptop paradigm.
Samsung's ATIV Smart PC design is neither fish nor fowl. In its attempt to blur the line between tablet and PC, Samsung only confuses the issue.
There is much wailing and gnashing of teeth on the Internet about how Microsoft has priced itself out of the tablet market. That's only true if you believe Surface Pro is just a tablet.
One of the cooler apps for Windows 8 is SmartGlass, which offers clever "second screen" experiences for Xbox users. But SmartGlass is also the very definition of a walled-garden platform.
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