HP Slate 21 Pro All-In-One Is Android for Businesses

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Android-powered desktop computers are quite popular this week at CES in Las Vegas, and today HP just took the covers off of its latest commercial grade all-in-one desktop PC running Google’s Android OS. HP announced all types of new devices during this years CES, including one full-size Android-powered desktop called the HP Slate 21 Pro. […]

Google to Sell Head Mounted Computing Devices By End of Year

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According to a report from the New York Times, Google is on track to selling their head-mounted Android computing devices by the end of the year for the price tag of $250-$600. Rumors of a secret project surrounding the Google heads-up display (HUD) have been circulating in recent weeks, and it is believed that the […]

HP Talks About Notebook Designs, Windows 8, Touch, Ultrabooks

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This article is cross-posted on Notebooks.com. I had joined HP on a press tour earlier this week where the company was showing off its business-class EliteBook notebooks, which is an elegant aluminum-clad enterprise notebook that boasts rugged features that are tested using military specs. During the company’s presentation on design, notebooks design head Stacy Wolff […]

Developers Start Hawking Samsung Windows 8 Tablet on eBay

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Just last week at the Build conference in Anaheim, California, Microsoft revealed more information about the state of Windows 8 and Windows on a tablet in a post-PC era while at the same time giving the 5,000 or so developers in attendance a free prototype Samsung tablet with Windows 8 pre-loaded running on an Intel […]

Windows 8 Coming in 2012 to Usher in Separate Tablet, Slate Categories

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Slates and tablets may be used interchangeably in 2011 to describe one touchscreen form factor on a larger-sized touchscreen befitting of the category’s moniker, but in 2012 when Windows 8 systems begin to ship, they’ll have separate distinctions. Addressing a crowd of developers in Japan, Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer referred to the next-generation desktop-class operating system […]

Ribbons to Make Windows 8 More Tablet-Ready

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While the debate over how ready Microsoft will make its next iteration of Windows–Windows 8–tablet-ready is continuing, Microsoft is continuing to experiment with the ribbons user interface that was present on Windows 7 and its Office suite and extend the paradigm into Windows 8. Gone will be the menu-driven toolbars in favor of the ribbon, […]