Do something more complex than writing a text document and desktop computer may not be good enough
Mini-desktop ships with Windows, but no Linux
Toys are no longer just child's play in Japan, where an ageing population and expanding waistlines have spawned a wave of gadgets to help adults beat stress, battle the bulge or relieve loneliness.
KEYBOARDS AND MOUSES are intensely personal items.
The move towards single device personal computing
A Japanese toy maker will launch a karaoke machine measuring a mere seven centimetres (2.8 inches) this year, letting pop star wannabes — particularly children — hone their skills on the go.
The One Laptop Per Child project has inadvertently kickstarted a huge new market
Western Digital (WD) is now shipping its line of WD Scorpio Black 7200rpm 2,5-inch SATA hard drives
SanDisk has introduced a line of flash memory-based solid-state drives
IBM's Roadrunner doubles supercomputer speed record