A trio of mid-range devices from Toshiba include an 8-inch tablet, a 13-inch laptop/tablet hybrid, and a small laptop.
USB 3.1 will be backwards compatible with both USB 2.0 and 3.0
There are more hybrid laptops on the market than ever before. Here we test four of the latest contenders
New technology helped him to produce the manuscript without assistance, say publishers
Intel have released details of their new Haswell CPUs - the latest generation of their Core range – emphasing the chip’s low power consumption, rather than its more minimal increases in processing power.
It also has a split personality on operating systems - running Windows 8 and Android Jelly Bean
Government defends itself against accusations of being Europe's onshore tax haven
It’s been a surprise hit in the US, and not just because it has A-list narrators...
Job tsar's appointment raises fresh questions over David Cameron's choice of key advisers
SSE promises to end 'predatory pricing'
House of Lies is a new sitcom making light of corporate greed. But where's its own soul, asks Sarah Hughes
Just 29,000 seats will be made available to members of the British and European public for the blue-riband men's 100 metres final at this summer's London Olympic Games. That represents 36 per cent of the seats available for the 80,000-capacity Olympic Stadium.
The refusal of Olympics officials to provide information about how many tickets have been sold and at what price has jeopardised the public's confidence in the ticketing arrangements for the Games, according to the London Assembly.
Rupert Murdoch has assigned his most senior News Corp lawyer to the London-based committee overseeing the phone-hacking scandal as prospects increased that litigation against the global media company would spread to the US.
What you want, what you like, what you think, is not normal. In fact, the phrase ‘you are not normal’ is used so often in the FIG office that it could reasonably called a cliché. The reason for its frequent use is because it is very easy to forget that not everyone thinks like you – especially today.
Damien Hirst may lose his record for selling the most expensive piece of art ever – and not to another enfant terrible of the art world either, but to a Los Angeles mural painter who happened upon the Facebook offices in 2005.