Why Microsoft Should Make Windows Blue Free
Windows 8's gloomy narrative could be rewritten when Windows Blue arrives later this year. The first step is to give it away for free.
HP Slate Android Tablet: Pros And Cons
HP's first Android tablet, the $169 HP Slate, delivers a price consumers will like, but skimps on display and processor.
Samsung Looking To Elbow Past BlackBerry In The Enterprise
Samsung needs to overcome questions about Android security as it tries to steal business and government customers from BlackBerry and Apple.
10 Epic CES Fails
Consumer Electronics Shows have launched great technologies like VCRs and HDTVs, but many product reveals turn out to be duds. Here are some of the worst.
Mobile App Inventory Crosses 1 Million Mark
Apple's App Store is the biggest, but it's the only one of seven app stores that didn't post double-digit growth in 2011.
Android Lost Ground In November
After two years on the rise, Google declined in mobile ad impressions in November. Will the Kindle Fire reverse the recent trend?
PlayBook: An Anchor Dragging RIM Down
Even BlackBerry owners don't want Research In Motion's tablet. When will RIM cut its losses and move on?
BlackBerry, Android Users Still Want iPads
Platform loyalty only goes so far: Android and BlackBerry phone owners prefer Apple's tablet product.
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Although it has made a few public appearances to give early adopters a taste of what's to come, RIM hasn't let the public get up close and personal with its forthcoming PlayBook tablet. But here at CES, the Blackberry maker came out of the closet.
At CES 2011, David Berlind caught Lenovo showing-off a hybrid tablet/notebook (the tablet snaps out of the clamshell which is more like a dock). At the flick of a switch, the tablet instantly changes from Windows 7 to Android (they run side-by-side).
Motorola's Xoom tablet, at 1.5lbs, is the first tablet to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb at launch.
Toshiba showed off its new 10-inch Android tablet, due out in the first half of the year. It will run Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), sports a rugged exterior and packs lots of power. The company also showed a prototype of a 3D laptop.
At CES 2011, TechWeb's Fritz Nelson meets up with Acer to get a close look at the newest tablet from Acer.
TechWeb's Fritz Nelson learns how Vizio is broadening its horizons into tablets and phones. Not only does it continue to release new TVs, it also has a single user interface that scales across its TVs, and its new Android-based tablet and phone.
Putting its own twist on tablets, NEC has gone into the Android operating system's source code and modified it to support a dual screen device.
Long known for its ruggedized enteprise-class tablets, Motion Computing is at CES 2011 showing off its latest Windows 7 tablet -- one that supports both touchscreen and pen-based input.
There are plenty of apps for the iPad, and many of them help you collaboration. We tested WebEx, Microsoft OCS via Modality's Idialog, AIM and Google Docs.