Coby's MID7012 tablet is a minimalist device that starts at around $85.
Images of early in-house versions of the iPhone posted by Ars Technica reveal a much larger screen and a variety of ports.
Let's jump into the time tunnel and head back to 2005, where we find this beast: an iPhone prototype the size of an iPad.
Demand for $25 Linux computer on a stick is so high two U.K. sites buckle under traffic pressure on launch day.
Samsung appears to have confirmed the Google Nexus Prime, the next flagship Android phone.
An executive of the chip architecture licenser does not confirm which companies may be manufacturing subnotebooks using ARM-based semiconductors.
Anyway, the total geeks (that is a huge compliment) over at ifixit have gutted the Amazon Kindle 2 to see what makes it tick.
More snippets of information leak out on the Samsung Galaxy Android tablet device, which suggests it will be available on contract with Vodafone when it finally comes out
Features from high-end smart phones will start leaking into cheaper handsets thanks to a new chip from ARM, the brand that powers the iPhone
British charity hopes to get ultra-low-cost Linux computers into hands of children in both the developed and developing world.