Borders has entered the rather crowded eReader space with the launch of a $150 device dubbed "Kobo."
Archos has announced a $200 Android-powered tablet with a 7-inch (800x480) touch screen.
Asustek is reportedly planning to unveil an Intel Atom-powered Windows 7 tablet at Computex 2010.
The Android-powered Aigo tablet boasts a 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor and features Nvidia's Tegra 2 graphics chipset. But does the Aigo have what it takes to be an Apple iPad killer?
Who uses 3.5-inch floppy disks anymore? No one. So it is a mainly symbolic announcement that Sony will no longer be producing the disks in Japan, officially putting the last death knell on the format.
Senior Intel fellow Kevin Kahn has predicted that Light Peak technology could eventually replace USB (3) as the industry standard.
Toshiba has introduced its Canvio portable hard drive product lineup for easy-to-use computer backups.
Rejoice all ye Apple faithful! The long-awaited “magical” iPad is currently available for pre-order, with reservations limited to two per customer.
Not interested in shelling out the big bucks for Apple's overhyped iPad?
Well, Archos has introduced two new Android-based tablet devices with a fairly reasonable $200-$223 price tag.