It's too large to be a smart device, and too small to be a useful Netbook. Is the import-only Viliv S5 right for you?
On today's show, Intel's FTC antitrust settlement, Darren Kitchen explains the iOS vulnerability that makes all your devices belong to PDF, and the feds admit they're storing some of your checkpoint body scan images ... for ... some reason. Yuck. Also, Facebook for Android finally comes into the modern age. Phew.
CNET's Donald Bell breaks down the current product landscape for tablet computers, including the iPad, Android tablets, Windows tablets, e-readers, and more.
2010 will probably see new tablet computers from Apple and maybe even Microsoft. What do they know that our panel does not? Featuring Ryan Block and Harry McCracken.
Is the Viliv S7 onto something evolutionary, or is it clinging to yesterday's idea of the future?
We've got our hands on an HTC Shift. Does its compact design, lightweight chassis and versatility make for a winning combination? Hang on, it costs how much?!
Some tech pundits think keyboard-less tablet-style PCs are fundamentally flawed and that not even Apple can make a successful one. But there's a simple workaround and Apple already sells it.
A Korean hardware maker introduces a hybrid phone and ultramobile PC.
Before the Intel Atom processors, there was the A110. This chip spawned some unsightly notebooks.
The line between portable media devices and traditional Netbooks just got a little more blurred, thanks to this morning's announcement of the Archos 9PCtablet.