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This Atom-based concept model, spotted on Yanko Design, comes with an impressive list of features including two USB ports, SD card reader, stereo speakers, dock connector and audio jacks.
The Taiwanese PC maker might be looking to make a mobile Internet device.
Automotive News reports on Buick's plans for the mid-sized automobile segment.
Bluetooth 2.2 promises a new specification called High Speed Bluetooth, that will work in conjunction with your phone's Wi-Fi/UWB capabilities for faster file transfer, video streaming, and more.
In May 2009, you'll be able to hear rock and talk stations alike through the goodness of digital radio — across Australia.
ARM is marketing its processors as the best choice for mobile Internet devices, or MIDs, a term Intel is also using. One of the best-known MIDs is the Apple iPhone.
I have a lot of trouble seeing a form factor that sits between a smartphone and a notebook becoming a true mainstream device.
Between smartphones and laptops lies a no-man's land for gadgets. If Apple does venture there, here's what it should pack.
Linux-based Netbooks have a better chance of displacing Microsoft if they're designed with the smartphone market in mind, rather than the personal computer market.
CNET Car Tech reviews the 2009 Toyota Yaris.