Sprint and Lenovo are now offering the new IdeaPad U310 Ultrabook in a bundled wireless package that includes a FREE 3G/4G mobile hotspot device. The Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Ultrabook bundle is available and either MiFi 3G/4G mobile hotspot by Novatel…

Fujitsu has released two new LIFEBOOK Ultrabooks, the 14-inch LIFEBOOK U772 Ultrabook designed for business professionals and the 13.3-inch LIFEBOOK UH572 Ultrabook for consumers. The 14-inch LIFEBOOK U772 Ultrabook starts at $1,149, and it comes powered by an Intel Core..

Toshiba’s new Ultrabook line includes the Satellite U series Satellite U845W, the world’s first Ultrabook offering a 21:9 cinematic display, and the affordably-priced Satellite U845 everyday Ultrabook. These new Satellite U series models join Toshiba’s Portégé Z series Ultrabook,have been..

New Sony VAIO T Series Ultrabook Announced

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Sony’s first VAIO Ultrabook line, the T Series Ultrabook PC, sports an ultra-smooth full-flat brushed aluminum and magnesium chassis and it features a 13.3-inch display, the latest generation Ultra Low Voltage Intel Core processors, optional Solid State Drive or Hybrid…

Lenovo has announced the worldwide release for their new U Series IdeaPad U310 and U410 Ultrabooks. The 13.3-inch U310 and 14-inch U410 measure 0.7-inch and 0.83-inch thick and weigh 3.74lbs and 4.18lbs, respectively. Both models are available with 3rd generation…

On the eve of the CTIA Wireless mobile trade show, MasterCard—one of the leading credit-card companies behind fledgling mobile-wallet-payment systems (including Google Wallet)—announced its own service, PayPass Wallet. PayPass Wallet will work with smart phones that support wireless NFC (near-field communication) technology as well as other tablets and computing devices, to pay for products and services at store registers or over the Internet. On a smart phone, tablet, or other NFC-equipped device, you’ll be able to pay for items at the checkout counter by “bumping” your device against a terminal

Social networking is playing an ever-bigger part in our lives, both at work and at home. So it’s no surprise that some new computers are getting more built-in features to help you stay in touch

Earlier this year, Intel introduced the concept of “ultrabooks,” very thin, very light laptops with long battery life and prices below $1,000. Apple’s been making a thin-and-light laptop—the MacBook Air—for years.

Intel’s press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show was all about ultrabooks– fast, skinny, lightweight laptops that are meant to compete with the likes of the Macbook Air. Mooly Eden, who leads Intel’s PC client group, spoke about the evolution of computing, and where we can expect these ultrabooks to go

Consumer Reports has just completed our first tests of laptops either based on or modeled along the lines of Intel’s Ultrabook design .