Google Unveils $199 Acer Chromebooks in US and UK

Today Google has unveiled a new Chromebook. This one is from Acer and is priced at a competitive $199. It is available in the US and UK markets via Google Play or Best Buy. Acer C7 Chromebooks Features and Specs The notebook runs on Chrome OS, with 100 GB Google Drive Storage with 340 GB […]

[Windows 7] Get Help from Microsoft While Choosing New PC or Laptop

Most people have a tough time deciding on which computer suits their needs the best. First the decision is on if you want to buy a laptop or a desktop PC. If it is a laptop then should you go for a netbook or something else? If someone recommends a particular brand, you will get […]

TrackmyLaptop – Fight Laptop Theft with Internet

If you have ever been a victim of Laptop theft, this is the right time you should inform your friends and relatives of this new initiative by Quick Heal Technologies, an anti-virus company headquartered in Pune (Maharashtra, India). The company as a part of its CSR (Corporate Social responsibility) projects launched the website called ‘TrackmyLaptop.net’. The initiative is aimed towards growing laptop thefts in India and the police unable to tackle the menace due to low technical know-how and inadequate tracking facilities.

Google Android Based Netbook Launched In China

If there were Oscars for the biggest tech buzz of the year, then Netbooks would have already won it for 2009. Sooner than anticipated by market watchers world over, Google Android on a Netbook, is now available.

Today morning, I posted about the recent Netbook market trends and how ASUS is developing a netbook based on Google’s Android platform. But leaving ASUS and others behind in the race, it’s a Chinese manufacturer – Skytone that has won the race.

Microsoft XP in less than $15

Well, well, don’t jump over! While the news is still reported to be a leak, it also has some ifs and buts!

The exact news (leak) is that Microsoft has dropped the price of Windows XP for Netbooks to under $15 per license, which is almost one third of the price of a Windows Vista license that Microsoft typically charges the manufacturers of normal laptop makers when they bundle it with their products.