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A Texas company says it can make a new ultracapacitor power system to replace the electrochemical batteries in everything from cars to laptops.
Google’s browser-based operating system is still shaky when offline, but Samsung’s Chromebook, priced at just $249, is a decent cheap laptop.
A simple new process generates hydrogen for fuel cells.
Charles Kane thinks industry partnerships will boost the laptop’s marketability.
One Laptop per Child inks a deal with Microsoft to put Windows on the “100-dollar” machine.
But will consumers agree? OQO, Samsung, Sony, and others test the waters.
Controlled with gestures, these depth-sensing devices will appear in the second half of 2014.
Can laptops that do little more than access the Web compete with traditional computers?
Intel’s new integrated power management could dramatically reduce power consumption in your laptop by shutting down operations not being used.
New ways to feed our need for computing speed, novel controllers for our gadgets, and scary security risks all appeared in 2010.