With Intel finally breaking into the burgeoning smartphone market, analysts say the company is moving to defend its turf - and possibly even its future stability -- against an encroaching competitor.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told an audience at the <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9223141/CES_2012_What_you_need_to_know">Consumer Electronics Show</a> (CES) that the future of technology will be getting all the electronics in our lives to friend each other.
HP is hoping to grab the fashionable user with its new ultrabook, the Envy 14 Spectre.
There are <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/topic/75/Smartphones">smartphones</a> and smart TVs. Now there are smart eyeglasses.
Lenovo got in on the ultrabook excitement before the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) even officially opened.
Intel is taking on the burgeoning tablet market by working on hybrid ultrabooks that look and act like both laptops and tablets.
Intel drew an excited response from the Monday morning crowd at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas when the company showed off a prototype of an ultrabook with a transparent touch screen.
Intel will get a strong indication at the Consumer Electronics Show whether its decision to bet heavily on ultrabooks is a good one - or not.
With ultrabooks poised to be the hottest computers to come out of this year's <a href="http://www.cesweb.org/">Consumer Electronics Show</a> (CES), analysts say the new hardware should be a boon for enterprise IT shops.
Just one day after Yahoo announced that it has found a new CEO, speculation began swirling that the Internet company may be looking to scoop up Netflix.
Yahoo's choice of a new corporate head is sending a message that the company will be rebuilt instead of sold, analysts say.
Just in time for today's Iowa caucus, Google launched a political hub site to help users get information, discuss issues and track candidates' popularity.
Online giants Google and Facebook came out as the most-visited Web sites of 2011, according to a Nielsen report.
As Google works to make its Google+ social network a major competitor to market leader Facebook, the <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9221639/Google_s_delighted_that_Facebook_underestimates_Google_">battle between the two</a> could reach a critical point in 2012, analysts say.
While Google and Microsoft waged "trench warfare" in the search business this year, both are hoping to come up with a market game changer for 2012.
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