We curiously inspect and inevitably take apart ASUS' concept Eee Keyboard PC.
Intel has announced some new Atom processors which bring improved performance, higher clock speeds, and support for DDR3 memory to the platform.
Industry sources have hinted that Intel is set to release a portable, low-power version of its desktop dual-core Atom processors designed to bring multiprocessing to netbooks.
Asus has announced the Eee PC 1201T, which ditches Intel's Atom in favour of rival AMD's dual-core Congo MV40 processor - but can it even be classed as a netbook?
VIA has announced a new Nano range - the Nano 3000 series - which it hopes will challenge Intel's dominance of the netbook market, offering improved performance over the Atom.
Industry sources claim that Nokia is looking to release a netbook based around the ARM processor family.
Responding to rumours that Pine Trail - the next iteration of the popular Atom processor range - would be delayed until 2010, Intel has stated that the chip is well on track for a 2009 release.
LG Electronics has announced that it will be outfitting its next range of TVs with ARM processors and graphics chips, allowing web-based content to be viewed easily.
Acer's Revo is the first product we've seen that uses Nvidia's Ion platform, combining GeForce graphics with Intel's cheap and cheerful Atom CPU. It promises smooth 1080p video playback and playable game frame rates for £250 - join us as we find out whether the Revo is able to deliver.
Freescale has unveiled a range of concept designs for "smartbook" systems - devices based on the company's ARM processors that sit between smartphones and netbooks.
Comments from Microsoft's CEO point the finger at an ARM-compatible build of Windows 7 in the pipeline, with the company unwilling to give Linux a foothold in the market.
Intel has launched a new series of processor logos alongside a five-star rating system designed to help end users compare different chips.
Nvidia shows the potential of its ARM-based Tegra platform, by placing it inside an HP Mini 1000 running WIndows CE.
CeBIT 09: Super slim, extremely sexy, better power than a netbook and under £800. Two fingers to Macbook Air.
Intel and TSMC announce a memorandum of understanding, under which Intel will port its Atom technology to TSMC
We have managed to grab some hands-on time with the new Eee PC T91 net tablet, which is set to be released at the end of April. It marks the first major departure from the tried and tested Eee PC formula - read on to find out what we thought of it...
AMD introduces its new Yukon platform with its latest CPU: The Athlon Neo. Squeezing between the popular and cheap netbook platform and expensive ultra portables - AMD hopes to score some "ultra thin" wins. We pick through the details to decide whether AMD has enough to make a new market.
Samsung has made its entry into the rapidly expanding netbook market with the NC10. Can Samsung add something to an already crowded market, or is the NC10 left out on the wings in a field of mediocrity? Read on to find out.