Telltale Games hits the rocks
Lays most staff off, cancels most projects.
Ties Chrome sign-in to Google sites.
We put the Evolv X through its paces to see if it's really worth £200.
Intel has announced the ultrabook. Smaller and cheaper than a netbook, what’s so ultra about it?
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
We get in touch with Asus' latest 10in and 12in EeePads - are they iPad killers?
In a talk at Computex, AMD characterised itself as a "fast follower", targeting Intel not ARM.
Intel has announced a new range of CULV chips with 17W TDPs - and hinted at a slate device.
According to sources quoted by market watcher Digitimes, both Dell and HP are looking to reduce their presence in the 10in netbook market following poorer than expected profits.
The X120 is the smallest of Samsung's sleek and sophisticated ultra-mobile X-series. With a fast dual-core CULV Pentium processor and elegant design, we see if this sub-£500 11.6in laptop is worthy of a place in your bag.
Nvidia's new Optimus technology is primed to transform switchable graphics in laptops, netbooks and the second generation Ion platform. Trust us, for your next laptop upgrade this is looking like a must have technology.
Acer has gone public with a pair of laptops which - almost - adhere to its 2005 promise to use biodegradable plastics and remove brominated flame retardants from its product lines.
Dell has announced an up-coming ultra-slim laptop for its Vostro range, which brings the thickness of the Adamo XPS to a more sedate form factor.
Dell has revealed images of its next Adamo laptop - the Adamo XPS - and it's looking neat, with a thickness that puts Apple's MacBook Air to shame.
MSI's X-Slim X340 13.4 inch ultra portable laptop is one of the first to use Intel's new CULV processors. It's clear where the X340 got its inspiration from, but MSI has managed to hit an attractive and affordable price point - read our review find out how it gets on.