Sony clearly sees touchscreens as the future of computing.
If you’re in the market for a mobile device, but you haven’t drank the Apple Kool-Aid (which is a vile flavour of powdered drink) and you’ve never been much of a Phandroid, maybe you should take a look at Windows 8.
Well it was just a matter of time until a 3D laptop that requires no glasses hit the Canadian Market. Toshiba claims to be the first one in the world out of the gate, announcing the release of its Qosmio F750 Full-HD notebook, which not only does away with the need for hokey spectacles to view in 3D, it can also display 2D & 3D images on the screen at the same time.
Automakers know that no matter how reliable the engine might be in their latest sedan, or how great the gas mileage is, it’s the sexy details that tend to win customers over.
Dude, you’re getting a… wait a minute. That’s not a Dell, is it? Is it?
Actually, it is. Today, Dell officially takes the wraps off the Dell XPS 15z, the first entry in the company’s new line of thinner, lighter, more style-conscious notebook computers, aimed at folks who want a significant amount of power in their wee portable beasties but don’t want to carry around a massive slab of boring coloured plastic to get it.