As Apple ruffles feathers, HP's TouchPad -- and some of its subscription terms -- are unveiled
HP is squaring up against Apple with its new TouchPad tablet and new subscription terms with Time Inc.
Catalyst Investors' Ryan McNally on the business opportunities born from publishing's disruption.
Ryan McNally, co-founder of Catalyst Investors, discusses the opportunities for publishing startups and investors (here's a tip: you're in good shape if tablets and multimedia are priorities).
Unix IP on the block, AT&T can't keep a secret, and take one tablet and call me in the morning
This week, Unix was for sale, then it wasn't, then it was again. AT&T announced the most poorly kept secret in the history of secrets. And the tablet was all the rage at CES.
A number of multipurpose tablets made their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show.
In the latest Ereading Update: Tablets and the holidays proved to be fast friends; At CES, a host of tablets were announced by the likes of ASUS, Lenovo, and Motorola
Ereaders get the attention for now; new tablets from Sharp and RIM.
As the changes in the publishing value chain become clearer, electronic manufacturing giants Sharp and Research in Motion make new tablet announcements.
News on HTC Desire Z, enTourage eDGe and Dell's Convertible Duo.
Illustrating how quickly manufacturers are innovating, we look at new multifunction devices from HTC, Entourage, and Dell.
News on Elonex tablets, Samsung Galaxy Tab, and Velocity Micro Cruz.
In this week's device update: Research reports conclude ereader demand is on the upswing. Plus: info on Samsung's Galaxy Tab, tablets from Elonex, and more.
A look at the Neofonie WeTab, Samsung Galaxy Tab, and Telefunken T9HD
The IFA 2010 may become known as the moment when electronics manufacturers announced their responses to Apple's iPad. Here's a look at notable tablet announcements from the event and other recent news from the world of ereaders and related devices.
With IFA Consumer Electronics Unlimited just days away, this week brings plenty of buzz about new ereaders, tablets and more.
The IFA traditionally offers an early indication of what gadgets will sell well through Christmas. It's no wonder so much attention is focused on the show with order volume stemming from last year's show reaching nearly $3.8 billion.