The Maylong M-150 tablet delivers Android 1.6 on a 7-inch screen for around $130. Unfortunately, it's a bad deal, no matter how you slice it.
The Maylong M-150 tablet is a regrettable purchase at any price.
For a mainstream, 15-inch laptop, the Gateway M-150XL serves up a strong mix of components for the price. It's an able performer and includes some unexpected extras including basic dedicated graphics and an HDMI port, but the chassis isn't as sturdy as we'd like.
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If you've got an extra $32,000 laying around, you can get the first DLP projector to use LEDs, courtesy of Sim2.
In response to Tech Republic's postmortem on Android tablets, CNET's Donald Bell comes to Android's defense a little, and outlines a separate set of reasons for the failure of Honeycomb.
If that cheap Android tablet seems too good to be true, it probably is. CNET's Donald Bell shows you what to look for when evaluating whether a budget tablet is a good deal, or a lemon.
Even before President Obama was sworn in, booming sales of Obama plaques, plates, T-shirts, and coins were, in small ways, boosting our economy.