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The belle of the IDF ball shows up for a little face-time with the paparazzi.
One of the best things about laptops is that they allow you to work from pretty much anywhere. Unfortunately, as anyone working from the couch or their bed will know, using a pillow as a makeshift desk can mean...
More Atom in more places.
We're used to seeing convertible notebooks that turn into tablets, but this latest creation from Dell is like nothing we've seen before.
The Tegra 2 could be in the next Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Who says you can’t have cool apps without a smartphone? Netbook owners can have all the apps they want starting today.
A shortage of USB ports is a problem tons of people are familiar with. It's easily solved with any one of the countless USB hubs available. But what's a USB hub if it's not also a laptop charger? A one-trick...
Ooh, lookey what we have here.
AMD apparently is taking the wait-and-see approach before jumping on the tablet bandwagon.
We've been hearing about India's plans for a $35 computer for a few months now, and for a while we thought it might be all talk. However, it seems India is pushing ahead with plans for the educational tablet.
Smartphones and tablets are going to get a lot more powerful next year.
Hate all those gaudy stickers that come stuck on your PC? AMD wants to be friendlier to sticker peelers starting next year.
Toshiba has recalled 41,000 laptops sold between August 2009 and August 2010 because the units in question represent a burn hazard to users.
Apple scores well too, probably because everyone sticks to Apple for support.
Now you can experience 3D movies while you're on the go.
It's either a famine or a feast, right? Well, feast your eyes on this spread from Archos.
Looks like Samsung's new tablet will land on Verizon.
Details of Toshiba's tablet offering have been leaked, revealing an Android tablet running Tegra 2.
Rockchip's upcoming android tablet seems to use Sharp's 3D touchscreen LCD technology.
Video evidence of Samsung's Galaxy tablet in the wild and undergoing live testing.
An iMac and a giant iPad all-in-one.
Netbooks to get a little bit more capable thanks to an additional CPU core.
If you've been waiting for an iPad contender before jumping on the tablet bandwagon, you'll be pleased to know that you could be the proud owner of a brand new slate before the year is out.
Forrester Research reports that 27 million U.S. online consumers plan to buy a tablet next year.
ViewSonic will reveal two tablets next week at IFA, one of which will have a dual-boot capability.
Two tablets that have been talked about for months have been confirmed.