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OpenPeak OpenTablet 7: Opens fire on Apple iPad

The OpenTablet aims to bust a chair over the iPad's skull, offering Flash support, an HDMI output, two cameras and a host of other multimedia chops

5 Images By February 18, 2010

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OpenPeak OpenTablet 7 (photos)

Take a closer look at the OpenTablet 7, a multimedia wireless tablet from OpenPeak.

5 Images By February 16, 2010

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Verizon readies home energy and security services

Will cable and phone operators be a quicker path than utilities to automated home energy conservation? Verizon will find out later this year.

By June 22, 2010

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Know your tablets

CNET's Donald Bell breaks down the current product landscape for tablet computers, including the iPad, Android tablets, Windows tablets, e-readers, and more.

By May 22, 2010

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Intel launches chip for smartphones, tablets

The chipmaker is bringing its Atom chip to smartphones--a crowded market dominated by a host of rivals.

By May 4, 2010

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Intel's 'Tunnel Creek' chip aimed at home tablets

Intel is debuting an Atom processor for home tablets and announcing a partnership with China Mobile.

By April 13, 2010

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Make room, iPad: AT&T to sell Intel-based tablet too

At CTIA, AT&T announces it will sell a tablet that will run, like the iPad, on its 3G network, but will be powered by Intel's upcoming Moorestown Atom processor.

By March 25, 2010

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AT&T connects everything to its network

AT&T sees its emerging devices business, which connects everything from E-readers to digital picture frames to dog collars to its wireless network, becoming a $1 billion business in roughly five years.

By March 24, 2010

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OpenTablet 7 is Flash-friendly iPad alternative

OpenPeak unveils pics and specs for its 7-inch multimedia tablet, the OpenTablet 7.

By February 16, 2010

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Multitasking: Intel does, iPad doesn't

The LG smartphone based on Intel's upcoming "Moorestown" chip does multitasking, a feature Apple's forthcoming iPad tablet lacks. A leg up for the Intel camp?

By January 30, 2010