Hot on the heels of Amazon's unveiling of its next-generation Kindles, Copia has announced a $99 e-reader that it says will ship this fall.
Already found on PCs, Macs, and other devices, the e-reader app that lets you discuss your favorite books with others is making a debut on Windows 7 tablets.
Acer unveils a two-touchscreen laptop called the Iconia, Facebook is close to getting a trademark on the word "face," and Angry Birds will soon migrate to a game console near you.
Steve Ballmer admits Apple knows a thing or two about tablets. The U.K. government says it's sticking with IE 6 despite the entire world saying it's full of security holes. And the U.S. Congress, realizing it's out of money, wants to bring Internet gambling back to the U.S. so it can be taxed.