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Microsoft Tablet Prototype “Codex”, the Concept for Courier

Wonder what Microsoft's R&D section came up with before creating the Courier booklet? Well, the prototype device was dubbed Codex and it can be...

Apple Tablet to Come as Two Different Models? Bootup Video Appears

We're reviewing the rumours regarding Apple's tablet and we've come across some pretty interesting info about the device. Also, there's a probably fake video...

Dulin’s Books Launches PocketBook 360, 301+ E-book Readers

Talk about companies coming from nowhere only to launch a fresh product and take over the market... Dulin's Books has just launched two fresh...

Barnes & Noble Ebook Reader, Ready for Launch of December 11th

Barnes & Noble have got an Ebook reader coming, but you already knew that and it'll bear the name Nook, as we've heard. Now,...

Moto Amp Means More Android Devices in the Future

MOTO Development Group is not to be confused with Motorola and this company has recently announced that it'll be launching the Android Media Platform...

Marvell and E Ink Working on New, Thin eReaders

Marvell has just announced its cooperation with E Ink, a supplier of electronic paper display technologies for eReaders. The companies have created an eReader...

12.1 inch Duros Panel PCs, Ideal for Police, Medical Services and...

Roper Mobile Technology has just announced a 12.1 inch panel PC, aimed at police forces, fire and health departments and security. The device is...

Flybook V5 Tablet Packs a 8.9 inch Touchscreen, Runs Windows 7

Flybook V5 is a convertible tablet, that packs a 8.9 inch touchscreen display and can also be used as a laptop, when the screen...

Apple Tablet, not an E-Reader, According to Walt Mossberg

Columnist Walt Mossberg claims that the recent rumours claiming that Apple's tablet could in fact be an e-reader or a digital newspaper were unfounded,...

CrunchPad Axed Because of High Costs?

CrunchPad was supposed to be Michael Arrington's (TechCrunch founder) entry into the gadget market, but the product is yet to become real. Some blame...