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As people digest the news that Steve Jobs is stepping down as CEO of Apple, the widespread emotion is one of regret and sadness at the loss of this icon. I don’t see it that way. Yes, Jobs is leaving as CEO, but he’s not leaving the company and he’s not entirely l...
Every time I think I'm done with the HP Elitebook 2760p, something new pops up. This time, it's Bluetooth pairing with an iPhone or iPad for audio streaming and control.
Developer Better Android gets their developer account suspended for no apparent reason. Might they be the victim of mistaken identity?
At first glance, the HP Elitebook 2760p appears to be a notebook first, tablet second, but I've found much attention was paid to the tablet experience.
Patently Apple digs up a crazy Apple patent on inductive charging, while WiTricity shows off an iMac that can power its keyboard and mouse wirelesslyl
Using a combination of facial recognition and Bluetooth authentication, the HP Elitebook 2760p provides a more secure method of logging in with nothing more than a smile and a smartphone. Pants optional.
For the laptop-using masses, the HP Elitebook 2760p should feel comfortable and familiar, making for a pleasant introduction to the benefits of pen and touch screen input.
The HP Elitebook 2760p convertible notebook features a quick-start option called HP QuickWeb, a rebrand of the Splashtop "instant-on" OS, based on Chromium.
The HP Elitebook 2760p convertible tablet packs a lot of weight, toughness, and stamina in a triangle of intertwined traits.
A look at the HD webcam quality of the HP Elitebook 2760p, measured up side-by-side against the front cam of the iPad 2.
It's the question that gets asked of any tablet: "How's the outdoor visibility?" So I'm answering it first with my review of the HP Elitebook 2760p convertible Tablet PC.
Windows Tablet Sales Finally Being Tracked, Not in Last Place! Thanks, RIM!
CEO of Notion Ink, Rohan Shravan says the company is looking to the launch the next version of the Adam tablet in December, in time to show off at CES.
Word out of UMPCPortal is that Viliv, one of the few (possibly only) computer makers dedicated to the small UMPC and MID form factors may be shutting down.
A YouTuber is showing off video screen captures of build 7989 of Windows 8, including a run through of the on-screen keyboard, a.k.a. Tablet Input Panel or TIP.
BGR has shared three photos of a slate tablet running Windows 8 at a Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference presentation on Tuesday.
A look at dual pen + touch dual digitizers from N-Trig and Wacom. They're comparable, but not the same. Is one better than the other?
Linda Epstein at TabletPC2.com got the scoop on Tablet PCs in action at an REO Speedwagon concert featuring Rick Springfield. Definitely rocking.
Driving 16,000 miles from Argentina to Alaska, a team takes on the TDI-Panamericana Endurance Challenge guided by a Getac V100 rugged Tablet PC.
A sweet candy shell with a bitter core, that's the Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 slate Tablet PC. Everything is first-rate, except the sluggish processor.
Between packing up the HTC Flyer for return and unwrapping a Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 for review, I found myself with FIVE slates at my fingertips.
My time with the HTC Flyer has come to an end, and my extended live and un-live review goes with it. It's not a perfect device by any means, but overall I found it quite good, and I see many ways it could be truly great.
Sharing video taken from the HTC Flyer is all well and good, but I'd be remiss if I didn't share video of the device as well. In this InkShow, I run through the special pen features of the Flyer.
I have, as I hope my ongoing review has conveyed, enjoyed my time with the HTC Flyer immensely. But of course, no device is perfect, and the Flyer has not been without its flaws.
During my live review of the HTC Flyer, mobility and portability were vital to getting my job done. Would the Flyer be up for it? I say "yes" with caveats.
With front- and rear-mounted cameras, the HTC Flyer begs to be used for capturing and sharing video. As luck would have it, that's exactly what I was tasked to do for work this past week.
As an ink blogger, the feature I've been most enthusiastic about testing on the HTC Flyer is ink. The Flyer is designed for pen input in a way unlike other pen tablets before it.
Part one in an ongoing review of the HTC Flyer, the 7" Android tablet with a focus on pen input.
Microsoft took the wraps off their touch tablet strategy yesterday and if I had to describe the effort in one word, it would be "impressive" but is it impressive enough?
DC Comics is relaunching their entire line with same-day digital and print release. See how to get them on iOS, Android, and the Web.
Windows 7 enthusiast Justin Campana has put together a wonderful custom interface for a fully touch-optimized environment on his ASUS Eee EP121. Beautiful.
You may recall Steve Ballmer saying Android isn't free and that you gotta pay Microsoft to use it. Well, HTC's licensing fee is $5 a pop.
[caption id="attachment_52578" align="alignright" width="250" caption="Photo courtesy Microsoft"][/caption] Though he's probably best known as one of the original XBox founders, Otto Berkes was a key figure in the Tablet and Mobile PC world.
Tim Bray, Google's Developer Advocate for Android, says portrait mode is the way to go. Unfortunately, the problem isn't with how people are holding their Android tablets, but how they're designed.