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Motorola Sholes is Actually a Tablet?!

A pair of recent leaks related to Motorola points towards the existence of a Motorola Sholes tablet. A portion of the Motoblur website mentions...

Creative Announces First E-Book Reader, Zii Mediabook

Creative wants a piece of the e-reader market share, since it has just announced a MediaBook model, packing a touchscreen, text to speech and...

ASUS Eee PC Touch T91 8.9 Inch Tablet Netbook Reaches Amazon

Remember the Asus Eee PC tablet with multitouch screen that we've previously shown you? The T91 is now available on Amazon, with a $...

Viliv S5 Gets Windows 7 Drivers

In case you're the owner of a Viliv S5 UMPC, this is a good day for you, since the Windows 7 drivers for the...

Apple Tablet to be More About Video, than Print Publications?

The latest news concerning Apple's rumoured tablet is an interesting twist to the purpose of this device. Although some have thought that it would...

Telstra Prepares T-Hub Tablet for Launch, Device Looks Like the iPhone

Telstra have just unveiled a brand new product, dubbed T-Hub, a tablet that looks like a bigger iPhone and packs a 7 inch display....

HTC Developing “Virtual Book” Touch UI

HTC has been famous for its impressive interface, that managed to upgrade and enhance Windows Mobile's features. Of course, we're talking about the TouchFlo...

Samsung Showcases a 10.1 inch Color E-paper

As FDP 2009 goes on, Samsung showcases more and more products and among them we've spotted a color e-paper with a 10.1 inch diagonal....

Apple Engineers Travelling to China; Working on Tablet?

It turns out that Apple's employees have taken lots of trips to manufacturing plants in China recently and they also have similar visits scheduled...

ASUS Prepares an E-book Reader With WiMAX, 3G and WiFi on...

ASUS has just confirmed that it'll be launching an e-reader in March 2010 and that the device will come with support for WiMAX, 3G...

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