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Fujitsu has just revealed the existence of its 14-inch Lifebook UH90 Ultrabook. It's designed like some of the older UH series products, but it has a whopping 3200 x 1800p touch display, one of the highest ever seen on an Ultrabook.
Lenovo has recently announced on Twitter, that its business hybrid Ultrabook, the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix, is expected to reach US retailers in April. However, Lenovo didn't release any additional information regarding the unit's availability in other parts of the world.
There's a video of a sexy new hi-res touchscreen Chromebook floating around on the web, except it might not have come from Google. However, there are some clues which seem to point to Google having a hand in the creation of this concept Chromebook.
Recent talks of Dell going private turned out to be true after all with Dell entering into an agreement to be purchased back for US$24.4 billion by Dell's founder and CEO, Michael Dell in partnership with private equity firm Silver Lake, and with assistance from Microsoft and a few financing institutions.
There's a Chrome OS screenshot posted by a developer showing a new messaging service from Google. There's no official word on what it really is, but it contains notifications from at least three different Google services, which would qualify it as a unified messaging system.
Google's Chromebook might not be available in Singapore yet, but it's slowly gaining traction in the education industry. It's now present in 2000 schools globally, which is double the number of schools with Chromebooks 3 months ago.
Acer President Jim Wong is disappointed with Windows 8, and says his company must look beyond Microsoft and build its smartphone portfolio if it is to succeed.
Despite raking up record revenue and profits for Q1 2013, Apple's share prices continue to fall.
Cash-rich Microsoft is said to be in talks to help take Dell private, and may invest up to $3 billion to do so.
Dell is said to be in "serious" talks with two private-equity firms to take the company private, according to sources.