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The Consumer Electronics Show is over once more, so it's time to look at our pick of its highlights.
Peripheral maker continues branching out with Blade, Switchblade successor concept.
Cloud gaming company OnLive is branching out into the professional realm with OnLive Desktop.
The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project has officially unveiled its £65 XO 3.0 Tablet.
Onlive has launched a new tablet client for Android and Apple devices.
Asus has crammed a decent-sized QWERTY keyboard into an Android tablet. Is it better than a netbook?
Microsoft aims to reduce the memory footprint of Windows 8 compared to Windows 7.
Adobe confirms that Windows 8 will support Flash in the standard desktop mode.
Cloud gaming company Onlive has announced it will soon launch a tablet client.
Apple plans smaller SIMs to enable slimmer handsets in the future.
A large order for touchscreens implies that Amazon may be extending its range of handheld devices.
Sony unveils two forthcoming tablet designs, both based on Andriod 3.0.
Tablet games more popular than music, video, ebooks and social networking.
Transforms into a giant robot. No, not really, it just converts from a netbook into a tablet.
AMD's temporary CEO reveals the company's strategy for tablets, smartphones and APUs.
ASRock is reportedly planning a pair of Tegra-powered Android tablets for later this year.
Toshiba has unveiled a Tegra 2 tablet featuring Android 3.0.
Nvidia has confirmed its plans to launch a quad-core Tegra 3 chip, expected to début at MWC.
Samsung's purchase of Liquavista could result in sunlight-readable tablets.
Training video for retailers suggests HP is looking to create WebOS-based netbooks.
Apple's iPad 2 tablet is rumoured to be getting a 2,048 x 1,536 display and a dual-core CPU.
Nvidia has launched a new Android app called Tegra Zone, in order to promote gaming on the platform.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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