Do you type enough on your iPad that you can make the case for a keyboard, but don't want to lug around a separate input device? ClamCase might have your answer.
HP seems to have conceded the tablet war before it even began by terminating the Slate project.
Netbook pioneer Asustek believes its popular Eee PC netbook family will continue to attract more buyers than tablet devices such as Apple's iPad.
Netbooks have become a big business for Intel, but company executives gave lukewarm predictions for tablet PCs.
Hewlett-Packard this week released significant data about its upcoming HP slate tablet, apparently looking to take advantage of the hype surrounding the iPad launch.
Tablets like Apple's iPad could bite into netbook shipments, DisplaySearch said.
PCWorld pits the iPad against a netbook in a number of important categories, and found that the contest is closer than people might expect.
Gartner upgraded its forecast for PC shipments this year to grow by 20 percent.
If anyone pre-ordered Fusion Garage's JooJoo tablet (formerly known as the CrunchPad), be warned that the device's ship date has been delayed until March 25.
Microsoft's working on a new phone, and what the Macalope has to say might shake you to your very core. Fortunately, Bill Gates knows where the party line is. And what's that about Steve Jobs and Flash?