Ultrabooknews is a website on the Carrypad network.
Carrypad operates out of Germany as a German company. Full details here. Here’s some legal information.
Inhaber/Owner: Stephen Paine
Legal information: Verantwortlich nach §6 Abs.2 MDStV
- Stephen Paine
- Eibenweg 1
- 53127 Bonn
At Ultrabooknews we cover the ‘thin, light and powerful’ section of the laptop market with a focus on Intel’s Ultrabooks, an in-depth view on the technologies involved and coverage of the non-Intel segments that compete.
News, Reviews, Product Database and the best Ultrabook Buyers Guide on the net.
Our in-depth reviews include very detailed videos, often done in front of a live audience.
We also focus a lot of time on databasing every Ultrabook and ultrathin on the market. Our product information pages are second to none on the web and give you a chance to review many aspects of a device, from many sources, before buying. Also available to the reader is the Ultrabook buyers advisor. For a great ‘buyers’ starting point, see this ‘What Ultrabook‘ page.
Ultrabooknews author details are show below. We’re always looking for new author-editors and submissions. If you want to work for Ultrabooknews, let us know through the contact form here.
The Ultrabook Experts
Chippy (AKA Steve Paine) is the owner of Carrypad (2007) and full-time researcher and editor for Ultrabooknews, Carrypad and UMPCPortal mobile computing websites. Between 1985 and 2006 Chippy followed a career in the Internet industry with leading roles ranging from early UK ISP management through banking and ISP network architecture design to ISP security management. Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/chippy
Google Profile: Google+
Ben has been writing about mobile tech in the Ultrabooknews/UMPCPortal/Carrypad network since the middle of 2008. Before this, he wrote front-page news and moderated the forums at MicroPCTalk.com. With a focus on usability, Ben continues to be fascinated by the evolution of mobile technology and the increasing role that it plays in the lives of individuals. Ben is looking forward to practical “wearable computing” over the next 10 or 20 years. Follow Ben on twitter @benz145
Connect and follow
Ultrabooknews is connected to a number of online services, feeds and social networks. In most cases, all the connected sites contain full article information.
Twitter – Article notifications and additional background and status information here. (Also the occasional short-form audio podcast notifications go out exclusively on Twitter.)
RSS – For your feed reader.
- Article feed
- Product Feed for updates when a product is added to our database.
- Ultrabook news from around the net – Hand-picked articles that go into our database.
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