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If a poor workman always blames his tools, does a great workman require no tools at all?
Logitech's not the only company working on solar-powered keyboards.
A Tegra 2 tablet that runs on Honeycomb? Yes, please!
While U.S. tablet fans are focusing on the launch of the Galaxy Tab's upcoming release, European shoppers are being offered a device with a little more punch.
The Dell Duo is starring in its very own promo video!
A little sneak peek under the Galaxy Tab's clothes.
Do you trust the cloud?
Sure, you can use Android instead of Windows Phone 7, but you still have to pay up.
Combining top-end desktop and notebook components, the MALIBAL Nine X7200 is the workstation you can take with you. Today we see how it compares to our fastest “desktop replacement” notebook, and how well...
If it's smaller than standard-size, airport security doesn't need you whipping it out.
What size would you like yours in?
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that the PC is the #1 smart device on the planet today.
Will JooJoo 2 be better than its predecessor?
It may be the end of the road for Sharp in the PC sector.
Now sign my fingerprint scanner here with your finger, please.
Time to go modern like.
Well this is interesting. Apple is shipping the new MacBook Airs without Flash, but not for the reason you might think.
Dell's got some new laptops and a whole new marketing strategy.
Please, stifle your incredulous gasps, we don't want to scare it away.
Here it is, just in time for the weekend, the latest issue of Gadget Porn Weekly from the folks at iFixit.
If these rumors are to be believed Android 3.0 is all but finished and we'll see tablets running the OS at the beginning of January.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab will arrive on Verizon with a $599.99 price tag.
Steve Jobs today showed off "what would happen if a MacBook and an iPad hooked up."
Dynamism is importing three Windows 7 tablets from Japan with heavy price tags.
Apple's been all about its iOS devices the past while. Is this the time that Apple gets back behind the original computing product?