Adam Turner Brimming with potential and priced to sell, Acer's stripped-down Chromebook is the perfect travel companion.
Simon Tsang Launched to coincide with the Melbourne formula one grand prix, Acer's latest Ferrari-branded notebook is a stunner.
Salvador Rodriguez The new LG Chromebase is the first Chrome OS desktop PC with a built-in monitor.
Paddy Wood Google's Chromebooks are no-frills laptops. They're light, simple, fast and cheap.
Aaron Ricadela and Brian Womack Google and HP halt sales of the Chromebook 11 laptop after some users reported overheating power supplies.
Macman As iPads continue their invasion, desktop PC sales are assuming the trajectory of a brick.
Ryan Nakashima and Peter Svensson Microsoft is trying to reverse slumping PC sales and quiet growing criticism of its flagship operating system with the release of a revised version of Windows 8.
Ryan Nakashima After some hands-on time with Windows 8.1, the update seems to me like a patch over an ever-widening chasm.
Microsoft has slashed the price of its Surface RT tablet by $180 as it fights to increase its tiny share of the booming tablet market.
Adam Turner Ultra-thin notebooks generally sacrifice too much in the pursuit of style, but Sony's carbon fibre Vaio Pro 13 strikes an impressive balance of form and function.
Adam Turner Is Linux on the desktop worth a second look if Chrome gives an old PC a new lease of life?
Bill Rigby Windows 8 appears to be driving buyers away from PCs and toward smartphones and tablets, says IDC.
David Pogue They may be slick but the latest hybrids may not be worth the price.
Adam Turner More than a tablet but less than a PC, the Google Chromebook joins the growing line-up of post-PC devices.
Kirk Ladendorf Big tidal forces are reshaping the PC business, which is more than three decades old and showing signs of age.
Adam Turner If you're looking for a highly portable notebook without having to sacrifice grunt, then an ultrabook might be the answer.
Adam Turner What's the perfect gadget for your travel bag?
Edward C. Baig Radical changes, possibly the biggest to ever hit Windows PCs, are going to dramatically alter the status quo of computing this week.
Adam Turner Without the ability to run desktop applications, why would I want Microsoft's Surface RT over an Apple or Android tablet?
Adam Turner Can a touch-friendly tile interface for the PC win over customers?