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itablet puts the i in Windows and Android

The itablet range offers Windows 7 and Android 2.2 running on a 10.1-inch screen, with plenty of USB and HDMI ports to keep you connected.

8 Images By January 5, 2011


iTablet arrives and it runs Windows: British company X2 steals Apple's thunder

The iTablet is here -- except it's not Apple's fabled wondergizmo, it's a new line of tablets from British company X2. We have to salute the chutzpah

By February 5, 2010


Is it the Apple iPad?

It's a name game between the iSlate, iTablet, iPad, or none of the above. Will Apple's tablet be able to dock? And the iPhone helps a man survive...really.

By January 22, 2010


Breathless Apple name rumor: It's the iPad

The rumor mill has produced some evidence of a possibility that the new Apple tablet, to be unveiled January 27, might be called the iPad.

By January 19, 2010


Apple's iSlate: What we know for sure

Amidst all the excitement about the possible entry of Apple into the tablet market, let's consider what is truly known, as opposed to speculated, about the new product.

By December 26, 2009


Apple iPhone OS 4.0: Multi-touch and multitasking rumours

Red-hot rumours about the next version of the iPhone OS have burned a hole in the Internets, and we could see it next Wednesday at the Apple event

By January 19, 2010


Trends in trends: Twitter trending topics go local, Google Trends gets Hot Topics

Twitter has launched regional versions of its trending topics, which show what people are talking about. And among other things, they're talking about Danny Dyer

By January 27, 2010


Apple pitching tablet to publishing industry

Company has been offering book publishers "a very attractive proposal," according to an analyst. He says to expect the device to launch in the spring and cost $1,000.

By December 9, 2009


X2390: The tablet has landed

It's tablet day and anticipation has reached fever pitch ahead of Apple's expected launch -- and we have an early announcement to reveal

By January 27, 2010


Another (loud, fuzzy) peek at Wired's tablet edition

What will Conde Nast magazines look like once they show up on tablet computers made by Apple, Hewlett-Packard, and others? This video gives you an idea.

By November 21, 2009