ASUSTeK Computer Incorporated News
Popularity of tiny 'netbooks' set to rise in 2009
Last year so-called "netbooks" crept into stores — computers that often cost less than $400, with small screens and keyboards that made them look Lilliputian next to laptops that seemed perfectly portable just months earlier. These little computers introduced consumers to the idea that extreme
Report: Samsung Readies Google Phone
A touchscreen version of Samsung's Instinct smartphone is reportedly in the works for spring release.
Android Devices Likely From Sony Ericsson, Asus
Google-backed Open Handset Alliance adds Asus, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba and 11 more firms to its' fold.
Microsoft Extends XP Deadline for Low-Cost PCs
At Computex Microsoft announced that it has extended the life of Windows XP until 2010 so it can be included on low-cost desktops.
Asus to Launch Eee PC With Intel's Atom in June
Asustek plans to launch a new version of the Eee PC armed with Intel's Atom microprocessor at the Computex trade show in...
Eee PC Makes Hot Debut
Asustek Computer's low-cost notebook nearly sold out on its first day on sale in Taipei.
Low-Cost Eee PC Laptop to Run Windows XP
Asustek is launching a version of its ultra-low-cost Eee PC notebook that runs on Microsoft's Windows XP rather than Linux.
Intel Announces Diamondville Low-Cost Mobile Chip
Intel plans to launch a CPU designed for ultra-low cost notebooks, code-named Diamondville.
Intel Readies CPU for Cheap Laptops
Chips to power the One Laptop Per Child device and other low-cost units are due at the Developer Forum next April.