Could be owed $860M in damages.
Dell has announced an up-coming ultra-slim laptop for its Vostro range, which brings the thickness of the Adamo XPS to a more sedate form factor.
Lenovo has announced a pair of new display technologies ready for its Windows 7 devices.
Dell has revealed images of its next Adamo laptop - the Adamo XPS - and it's looking neat, with a thickness that puts Apple's MacBook Air to shame.
Synaptics has introduced a new range of capacitive touchscreens capable of scaling to display sizes of 8" inches and tracking ten individual points of contact.
A job posting from Apple points towards a refresh of the Mac lineup to include internal 3G modems to supplement the existing AirPort wireless networking.
Sources claim that Apple is looking to sheds its expensive image and produce a range of reduced-cost Macs as a direct result of the popularity of cheap netbooks.
Paris-based Sensitive Object has announced a new multitouch technology which allows for any and all device surfaces to be used as input.
Apple has been targeted by chip design firm Elan Microelectronics for allegedly violating a patent on multitouch technologies with the iPhone and iPod Touch ranges.
CeBIT 09: Super slim, extremely sexy, better power than a netbook and under £800. Two fingers to Macbook Air.
Fire extinguishers had to be used to deal with an Apple PowerBook G4 after it caught fire in a London office, resulting in 6ft flames and sparks
Apple's last MacWorld keynote was frankly full of disappointments and no shows - the most interesting news came from outside the keynote arena.
The latest range of MacBook hardware, featuring a Mini DisplayPort as its only video output option, enforces DPCP DRM on certain iTunes video files - preventing playback via VGA.
New York art and technology centre Eyebeam has unveiled an open-source project that enables people to build their own multi-touch table-top interfaces similar to Microsoft's Surface.
User interfaces have barely moved on from the desktop metaphor that Windows uses today. We take a look at interfaces using touchscreens, wands, dogs, Xerox and even Doom to see what could come next.