HP's AirLife 100, released on Friday, could face a competitor in Apple's iPad, analysts said.
Speaking to BNET, the Microsoft chairman, who had admitted to being in awe of the iPhone on first release, saw nothing in the iPad to really excite him.
Once again, the iPad rules the week's news. Is it the best thing since Apple first sliced a loaf of bread, or an unmitigated disaster? The Macalope looks at what the Internet thinks.
Apple has revolutionized product categories otherwise filled with mundane devices. The iPod bought excitement to media players, and the iPhone redefined smartphones. Now Apple is trying to convince users to drop netbooks, and go for the iPad. But do the two devices really compare?
Apple has finally let the iPad out of the bag, but if you thought that would put an end to the speculation, the yelling, and the tears, then you must be new here.
Deloitte predicts that tens of millions tablet computers will sell over the next 12 months.
Did the Macalope say free apple tablet? He meant Apple tablet-free, because this week's installment focuses on the Nexus One-iPhone battle that wasn't, PC market share numbers, and one writer's lonely campaign to paint Apple as the new Microsoft.
With all the tablet talk coming out of last week's Consumer Electronics Show, PC World's Jeff Bertolucci wonders if tablets can replace laptops for some users.
PC World wraps up its coverage of last week's Consumer Electronics Show with a summary of the gear it liked and loathed.
While others ponder the physical characteristics of an Apple tablet, Christopher Breen's mind wanders to intriguing ideas of What It May All Mean.