Engadget has managed to obtain at least two images of what appears to be a prototype Apple tablet, or what may be a tablet "bolted down" to a table.
Hewlett Packard has crashed Apple’s noisy tablet party by offering a detailed glimpse of its own shiny Slate device on YouTube.
The New Scientist has an interesting take on the launch of Apple's by now very renowned tablet PC - it's pieced together a number of patents that suggest just what kind of a machine it is.
Then we can add to the speculative mix all that stuff on Flurry yesterday about the kind of applications that are likely to be used.
A mobile apps tracking firm known as Flurry Analytics has claimed that Apple recently tested 150 games on its overhyped tablet device.
It doesn’t take much to send Microsoft’s CEO, Barmy Ballmer, off the edge, but the Redmond chief handled a recent situation at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn like a pro. A MacBook Pro, that is.
Apple has reportedly chosen AT&T and Verizon to bear its Holy Tablet to the adoring masses.
The eagerly awaited, yet still enigmatic Apple tablet will reportedly feature an "incredibly fast" ARM CPU along with an iPhone kernel.
Apple is reportedly preparing to launch its next-gen, dual-core 4G iPhone in April 2010.
An interesting rumor reached the ever alert ears of TG Daily's hacks on the CES showroom floor last week, with word that Apple has snapped up all available supply of 10.1-inch multi-touch display LCD and OLED screens for its upcoming tablet.
Parents who want to shield their precious snow flakes from the perils of mobile internet might like to consider a solution from the electric stun gun makers Taser.
At his keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Steve Ballmer, the CEO of Microsoft, is likely to show off a tablet PC.
Polaroid said it has signed a deal with singer Lady Gaga. She'll be the creative director for specialist Polaroid imaging products.
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Late yesterday, the Senate came very close to hammering out the final details of a bill which would delay the digital TV switch to June 12, 2009. The bill could come to a vote next week.