Ha, who would have thought they’d be reading a headline like this! Go back six to eight months, and it seemed that every other person was blaming Windows 8 for the lackluster PC sales. Not many thought the PC hardware industry shared the bulk of the blame. But it is remarkable how much things can change in under a...

The chip giant has a bit of a change of heart it seems. Up until now Intel did not think much of laptops that did not run Microsoft’s Windows operating system, but changing times call for changing approach. New rumors suggest that Chipzilla has altered its tune. Windows 8 may not have done enough to rekindle interest...

The release of Windows 8 has dynamically altered the touchscreen computers landscape, with hardware vendors and market analysts both weighing in on the future of touch enabled PCs. It seems that every weak comes with new analysis and statistics, particularly on the touch-enabled laptop and ultrabooks market. This much...

What would be the perfect hardware to run Windows 8 on? That’s not an easy question. The “perfect” hardware would have to run Windows 8 seamlessly with the least possible flaws, the processor would be able to run all the Windows 8 graphics completely smoothly as well as other videos from the web and on you hard drive...