After delays, Qualcomm's power-efficient color display technology is edging closer to market.
E Ink debuts its color e-paper, known as E Ink Triton, with Chinese manufacturer Hanvon set to release its first color e-book reader next March.
Wondering what's on tap for e-readers in 2011? Here's a preview of what we expect to see at CES 2011 in Las Vegas in January.
Qualcomm's CEO snags a coveted keynote slot, focusing on the Snapdragon processor and all things mobile.
Colour ebooks are on the cards as two manufacturers show off coloured screens for ebook readers.
Microsoft CEO reiterates there will be Windows 7-powered slates later this year. CNET's Ina Fried notes there's a big difference between a Windows 7 slate and a true iPad rival.
Speaking at a partner conference, Microsoft's CEO reiterates that there will be thin tablets with Windows 7 this year. However, just having slates doesn't mean the company has an answer for the iPad.
Chinese e-reader vendor Hanwang joins forces with chipmaker Marvell to introduce a new mass market device for its homeland and beyond.
The tablet-format Classmate will let manufacturers build Classmate PCs that can be used either as a standard clamshell laptop or--with a 180-degree swivel of the display--as a touch-screen tablet.