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Toshiba Satellite P50 pictures and hands-on: 4K display squeezed into 15.6in laptop

Toshiba Satellite P50 pictures and hands-on: 4K display squeezed into 15.6in laptop

By 19 March 2014

With so many laptops available on the market, it takes something special to stand out. The Toshiba Satellite P50 laptop does just that: by cramming a 4K resolution into a 15.6-inch screen. And it looks awesome. That's a 3840 x 2160 resolution - the very... >>

Apple's Jony Ive: 'We're surrounded by anonymous, poorly made objects'

Apple's Jony Ive: 'We're surrounded by anonymous, poorly made objects'

By 17 March 2014

Apple's senior vice president of design, Sir Jony Ive, has hit out at the design ethics of rivals, claiming that not enough thought has gone into them and are often shoddily built. "We're surrounded by anonymous, poorly made objects," he said in a Sunday... >>

Firefox for Windows 8 Metro isn't happening now due to low interest, says Mozilla

Firefox for Windows 8 Metro isn't happening now due to low interest, says Mozilla

By 14 March 2014

After two years of development, Mozilla has announced it will not release a Metro-fied version of Firefox for Windows 8. The Firefox for Metro team has been building, testing, and refining a Firefox product for Windows 8 since 2012, but it has decided... >>

Yes, you can use an Xbox One controller on a PC: Here's how

Yes, you can use an Xbox One controller on a PC: Here's how

By 14 March 2014

Microsoft is still to release a driver to allow PC gamers to use an Xbox One controller to play games on their computers. However, that hasn't stopped YouTube user Lucas Assis from coming up with an alternative way to make it work. It uses a generic USB... >>

Razer updates 14-inch Blade laptop with upgraded graphics, multi-touch display

Razer updates 14-inch Blade laptop with upgraded graphics, multi-touch display

By 12 March 2014

Razer has updated its Razer Blade line, improving on the specifications of last year's gaming laptops.  Most notably, the 14-inch Razer Blade version now features what the company claims to be “the highest resolution 14-inch notebook display on... >>

One Laptop Per Child project is dead, in Boston (update)

One Laptop Per Child project is dead, in Boston (update)

By 11 March 2014

It's a sad day for the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project as its Boston office is officially pronounced dead. The OLPC project took off back in 2006 to great excitement with 4 million pre-orders. The plan was to deliver laptops to less economically developed... >>

Mini Asus Chromebox now available for preorder, begins shipping on 14 March

Mini Asus Chromebox now available for preorder, begins shipping on 14 March

By 7 March 2014

You can now preorder Asus' miniature Chromebox at a select few online retailers. The Asus Chromebox debuted in February. It is just 4.880-inches wide and 1.65-inches tall and runs Google's Chrome OS, making it the world's smallest Chrome computer. Asus... >>

Samsung Chromebook 2 unveiled with more power and leather wrapping

Samsung Chromebook 2 unveiled with more power and leather wrapping

By 3 March 2014

Samsung has announced a pair of new Series 2 Chromebooks, both featuring the faux leather made famous on its Galaxy Note 3 phablet. Both ditch the plastic feel of other Chromebooks on the market, hoping to give you something a bit more elegant. Samsung... >>

Samsung Chromebook 2 could be the next to get faux-leather

Samsung Chromebook 2 could be the next to get faux-leather

By 2 March 2014

Samsung will extend its faux-leather treatment past the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab series, to its Chromebook 2, if a photo from EvLeaks is to be believed.  The tipster posted a photo to his Twitter account Saturday that shows a Chrome symbol mixed... >>

A week in reviews: 24 - 28 February

A week in reviews: 24 - 28 February

By 1 March 2014

In a week that has been all about the phones - courtesy of our coverage from MWC 2014 - and so we've taken the opportunity to focus the reviews section on different areas of tech this week. Granted it's hard to ignore the heavyweights, such as the unveiling... >>