There's an all-out push to bring Android to the desktop and beyond, with new PCs such as the Lenovo N308 and hybrid Windows-Android machines. But Android PCs will never be able to compete against Windows. Here's why they're doomed to fail.
Regular readers will know I've told you what's coming when it comes to connected devices and the chance to put smarts inside your ride, but this year will be the year Apple and Google try to put their digital keys in your lock.
Android has long dominated Windows on mobile devices, but now PC makers are doing the previously unthinkable: Aiming it straight at traditional PCs, the heart of Microsoft's core business. Will Microsoft be able to survive this latest assault on Windows?
When I borrowed an Acer Aspire S7 ultrabook for use at the recent CES technology trade show, I thought that I'd end up either lauding it to the skies or complaining that I should have brought my netbook instead.
CES 2013: Apple [AAPL] isn't at the show, but there's a selection of new solutions in discussion at or around the show that may get picked up by Cupertino's I/O execs who have been seen prowling the exhibition floor. These include better wireless, more responsive displays, and much more.
CES 2013: Samsung has beaten Apple to the punch with a super-smart, voice-controlled television as broadcast and cable industry chiefs face an advertiser rebellion -- television is changing, but has the iPhone maker lost its lead?
IT is currently undergoing a major transmogrification -- to a point where the way business runs a few years from now may be unrecognizable to the traditionally grounded mind. For a sneak peak at what it'll look like, check out CES, or, better yet, Comic-Con.
The best things that happen at big trade shows like CES can go unnoticed.
With the constant bombardment of new tech toys that journalists, buyers and other industry people are subjected to at CES, we can sometimes forget that we aren't everyone.