Computers

Two Minute Video: Do You Want the World’s Lightest Netbook?

Though not technically a netbook — Sony prefers that it be referred to as a “Lifestyle PC” — the almost impossibly small Sony VAIO P features an Intel Atom processor, unbelievably high resolution screen, and a few unique features you won’t find in other netbooks.

Here’s a quick first look before it comes out this June. …

Apple Now Accepts Cash For iPads

Apple’s longstanding credit-only policy has been reversed thanks to Diane Campbell. San Francisco’s local ABC news affiliate went live with Campbell’s plea to Steve Jobs to “give a sister a break” after she was denied the sale of an iPad with cash. The policy was set in place to deter would-be resellers from turning around …

Intel to Allow New Dual Core Atom CPUs in Larger Netbooks

Silly though that headline may sound, manufacturers who wish to sell netbooks with screens larger than 10 inches have had to swap out the made-for-netbooks Atom N-series processors with either Z-series chips, made for mobile internet devices and smaller tablets, or even cram a D-series desktop Atom processor into a netbook, as ASUS has …

The Cubicle Perspective: Microsoft Office 2010 for the Rest of Us

Every year or two, when Microsoft launches the latest version of its Office suite, three things happen. First, the software giant proudly trumpets a laundry list of widgets, buttons and whiz-bang new menu items. Then the devoted band of techies who follow such things respond, either with horrified disdain at the continued prominence of …

Goodbye, iPad [Update]

Update: My original post was lacking depth so I’ve updated with a few more thoughts sprinkled throughout.

Today marks the second time that I’ve returned an iPad. I honestly thought I was going to keep this one, but I woke up this morning and realized that a device I spent over $800 on has been sitting on my couch untouched for …

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 74
  4. 75
  5. 76
  6. ...
  7. 83