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
Take a closer look at the OpenTablet 7, a multimedia wireless tablet from OpenPeak.
Will cable and phone operators be a quicker path than utilities to automated home energy conservation? Verizon will find out later this year.
CNET's Donald Bell breaks down the current product landscape for tablet computers, including the iPad, Android tablets, Windows tablets, e-readers, and more.
The chipmaker is bringing its Atom chip to smartphones--a crowded market dominated by a host of rivals.
Intel is debuting an Atom processor for home tablets and announcing a partnership with China Mobile.
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.
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.
OpenPeak unveils pics and specs for its 7-inch multimedia tablet, the OpenTablet 7.
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?