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It wouldn't be Monday without some new rumor about the Apple tablet.
Back in November, Jen-Hsun Huang was spotted with a mystery tablet based on the company's Tegra chipset. Nvidia said it was a prototype from an ODM called ICD that's being "actively" shopped to carriers around...
You can stop asking now.
Quanta, the (supposed) company behind the Apple tablet, showed off a new Tegra 2-powered tablet in the Nvidia booth today.
Others have tried and failed, but Shuttle is giving laptop motherboard standardization another shot. Oh, and they're going to manufacture laptops, too.
This would be great for next-generation consoles.
With all the talk about HP's Slate PC, it's funny we didn't hear about the company's second version of the Slate sooner.
We might have seen a beautiful Tegra-powered tablet from ICD at CES this week but pretty soon, it's going to be all about Tegra 2.
Intel just launched AppUp, an app store for the netbook users.
Are you ready for DX11 on the road?
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Samsung's prototype notebook features a transparent OLED display.
Is it an e-reader? Is it a dual-screen netbook? CES attendees want to know.
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Get your laptop up to SuperSpeed.
Word on the street says Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer will reveal the device tonight.
For real this time? Let's hope so!
Apple has reportedly got an event scheduled for January 27 and, not surprisingly, people are really banking on the company announcing the tablet we in the tech world has been talking about for the last year.
Asus revealed a meaty gaming laptop packed with Intel's Core i7 CPU and ATI's Radeon HD 5870.
The red version may seem faster, but it's not.
Yes, a day for our feathered friends!
Continuing the barrage of notebook announcements for this week, Lenovo is the proud parent of a bouncing baby smartbook, the SkyLight.
Forget the JooJoo or Apple's supposed plans for a touchscreen tablet. Freescale is talking about a $200, 7-inch touchscreen tablet that it plans to show off at CES 2010 later this week.
CES 2010 is just around the corner and although most companies are preparing themselves for big reveals in Las Vegas, some have accidentally let the cat out of the bag a bit early.