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
OpenPeak unveils pics and specs for its 7-inch multimedia tablet, the OpenTablet 7.
Take a closer look at the OpenTablet 7, a multimedia wireless tablet from OpenPeak.
CNET's Donald Bell breaks down the current product landscape for tablet computers, including the iPad, Android tablets, Windows tablets, e-readers, and more.
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.
Like Cisco and IBM, Intel shifts development toward the smart grid with home energy management systems, building automation, and high-end computing to model the electricity grid.
The HP slate will use Windows 7, but which chip will power the iPad rival is probably the most intriguing question right now.