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In a BBC interview, Bill Gates was questioned about living in a post-PC era of smartphones and tablets. His response: "The PC Is The Tablet". Is He Right?
Fujitsu announced the follow-up to the T900, the Lifebook T901 Tablet PC with a few notable upgrades, including five-finger gesture and optional NVIDIA Optimus graphics.
Between the unofficial "Android Everywhere" theme, iTunes competition, and ChromeBooks, Google seems intent on succeeding in areas where Microsoft has failed.
As we've reported before, tablets make a great tool for dealing with autism. Motorola has also recognized this and have provided XOOM tablets to 46 families for a test program.
Got my hands on the ARMOR X7 from DRS Technologies, the smaller brother to the X10gx I reviewed earlier. But don't let the size fool you: it's definitely tough enough.
YUDU claims they can deliver subscribed content to iPads without paying the Apple tax. Which is true because it's already possible.
Bing will be the first name in search on RIM's BlackBerry devices, including the Playbook tablet, placing it on top of rival Google on yet another major brand.
Buyers of the Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab report it doesn't just lose 3G; processing power and Bluetooth connectivity are also downgraded.
Fujitsu launches their Stylistic Q550 slate Tablet PC, starting at $729.
Most of what you think you understand what the Apple tracking controversy is wrong, and the truth isn't necessarily better (but it could set you free).
The ARMOR X10gx rugged Tablet PC is now certified for the Sprint 3G network, providing on-board connectivity in harsh environments.
Microsoft’s UK managing director Ashley Highfield put the skids on talk that Microsoft was jumping into the tablet market. At an event that featured tablets.
Motorola Xoom not getting much love in the back of my local Best Buy, but tablets displayed at the front not doing much better.
Microsoft's tablet strategy continues to look familiar. What's being called "Immersive" on Windows 8, I call Origami 3.0.
ThinkGeek's PLAYMOBIL(TM) Apple Store Playset is a fake product that deserves to be real.
Sumocat plays Angry Birds on not one, but TWO, Windows 7 tablets, a TEGA v2 and Fujitsu Lifebook T900, thanks to Intel AppUp.
ASUS avoids self-sabotage ahead of launch of Eee Slate EP121 Windows 7 tablet, says there is demand for Windows 7 tablets
A DIY solution to add wireless video mirroring to the iPad 2.
Microsoft Advertising has posted a couple of case studies promoting the money part-time and amateur developers can make with ads in their Windows Phone 7 apps.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer and Slate EP121 official in the UK. Pre-orders for the April 6 launch of the Transformer start at £379. EP121 will launch April 10.
Dell's head of enterprise marketing calls the iPad too expensive for enterprise due to the closed nature of the platform and the added costs of peripherals
Evernote just rolled out a major update to their web interface, more consistent with their desktop applications and offers more sharing options, including Facebook.
Reports claim iPhone 5 could be delayed as long as next year, but it's also possible it could be an incremental upgrade, much like the iPhone 3Gs.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will run June 6-10 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Will "unveil the future of iOS and Mac OS" but will that include a new iPhone?
Enable pinch and twist gestures in Firefox 4. Great for Windows tablets with multi-touch screens and Macbooks with multi-touch trackpads.
A review of the Opera Labs release of Opera Mobile 11 for Windows on the TEGA v2 slate. Offer iPad level ease of use on this Windows 7 multi-touch tablet.
A review of Opera Labs release Opera Mobile 11 for Windows on a Fujitsu Lifebook T900 convertible Tablet PC with active pen and multi-touch input.
A mere 10 years after introducing the Tablet PC (and one month after the iPad outsold it), Microsoft is actively promoting the form factor with a series of web videos featuring the ASUS Eee Slate EP121.
Got an email from AT&T pushing the iPad Wi-Fi + 3G at a $200 discount. It's the original 16GB model, not the new 2, but that's still a good price cut.
I cannot express the spark of hope I felt when I opened my feeds this morning and read the headline "How Microsoft Will Revamp Office For Tablets" from Business Insider.
If you've got an iPad 2 with a smart cover, a fun trick you might want to try is sticking it to your refrigerator. 9to5 Mac reports it worked well with one of theirs, which was later confirmed by Gizmodo.
Love 'em or hate 'em, you gotta respect Google's willingness to spend money to fix a problem without needing a direct benefit in return.
[caption id="attachment_41568" align="alignright" width="250" caption="Flight Mode"][/caption] Boeing and Honeywell Avionics claim that display units used by pilots can experience "blanking" when exposed to Wi-Fi equipment operating at "elevated power levels".
Chinese blog iDealsChina has posted what they claim is a reference design for the next iPhone intended for case manufacturers to use with their designs.
I'm not sure if this idea is brilliant or stupid, but either way, it's making my iPad accessory envy flare up like the opening scene of Star Trek.