We started seeing prototype photos of the Crunchpad back in April. Since then we've seen precious little official news about the project, so it's small wonder that online tongues were wagging today about an article published by The Straits Times.
2010 will probably see new tablet computers from Apple and maybe even Microsoft. What do they know that our panel does not? Featuring Ryan Block and Harry McCracken.
Mozilla releases Fennec 1.0 beta 4 for Maemo this week, bringing us ever closer to a stable version of the Firefox mobile for Nokia Internet Tablets.
The 2009 line of Wacom Bamboo pen tablets is available in several configurations. CNET has reviewed the flagship model (the Bamboo Fun Pen & Touch), but we've listed the others are listed here for comparison shopping purposes:
Episode 52 of the Digital City, where we talk about the latest Apple tablet rumors, dissect Kindles on campus, bemoan the use of single-core CPUs in 13-inch laptops, and worry about NYC's growing rep as a surveillance state.
In this week's edition of the CNET TV Apple Byte, Brian Tong explores rumors of the fabled Apple tablet device and the disappearance of iMacs and Mac minis from Apple Retail Stores.
Wacom has brought touch to the grahics tablet with the Wacom Bamboo Fun Touch. Could this be the device that kills the mouse in the minds of the masses?
The sharp-eyed bloggers at AppleInsider have noted a newly revealed patent application related to multitouch surfaces--leading to further speculation about Apple's purported tablet PC project.
While the Apple Tablet is much more fashionable to hype, the Microsoft Courier turns out to be very hype-worthy. We also find out, once again, that Rafe knows where he works. And the U.S. has relaxed its grip on the Internet. Good thing? Bad thing?
Further "details" are leaked to iLounge. If and when it does arrive, how will what Apple is working on compare with what's currently available?