Agent 47's adventures come to a close in this (mostly) excellent finale.
Rick runs down the highlights of the coming year.
Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
People still waiting for the GPD Win.
Tablets losing their lustre, it seems.
Refunds available for those who used it.
The bottom may be in sight, though.
No word on OEM/ODM pick-up, though.
Slump continues with near-11% drop.
Could Android and an ARM chip be what the netbook market needs to survive?
We take a look at the tech treats and events promised for the year ahead.
Intel has announced the ultrabook. Smaller and cheaper than a netbook, what’s so ultra about it?
We talk to research firm IDC about ARM's potential to break into the PC processor market.
Transforms into a giant robot. No, not really, it just converts from a netbook into a tablet.
Nvidia gives birth to a mobile monster.
Clover Systems has announced a netbook featuring a Pixel Qi sunlight-readable display.
Training video for retailers suggests HP is looking to create WebOS-based netbooks.
Razer has shown off it's Hydra motion controller at CES, as well as a new gaming netbook concept.
Intel has founded a Netbook and Tablet group to counter the growing threat from ARM.
AMD's Nile platform gets squeezed into a 10.1in Asus Eee PC netbook.
AMD has attempted to dull Intel's IDF shine with a new i5-beating APU: Zacate.
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
AMD's up-coming netbook chip, based on Bobcat, will also appear in low-power servers.
AMD's up-coming Hudson D1 laptop-oriented southbridge could include USB 3.0 support.
Apple is allegedly planning to launch an 11.6" version of its MacBook Air ultraportable.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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