It appears Amazon is getting ready to unleash the Kindle Tablet on the world this week. Here's what it means to consumers like you.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you. If it is tech and it moves, you'll find it here.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long.
Those lamenting HP's cancelation of the TouchPad and webOS phones now have the opportunity to get your voice heard. Cast your vote to let HP know you want webOS.
Mobile chipmaker Via Technologies has sued Apple for violating three of its microprocessor-related patents. The folks in Cupertino may have problems with this one.
The ThinkPad Tablet by Lenovo is a Honeycomb slate that has typical ThinkPad engineering and quality of construction. It is as comfortable in the boardroom as it is the living room.
Wall Street and the mobile world are expecting HP to toss the CEO that cancelled the TouchPad product line and introduce a new boss. Here's what the new boss should do immediately.
The smartphone space is still growing, but we aren't seeing a lot of innovation. The phones today are pretty much the same as they've been for a while. We need something to shake things up.
I installed Windows 8 on a touch tablet sold with Windows 7 onboard, and while I like the Metro interface the dual personality of the new OS is not natural.
Windows 8 is much more than a tablet OS, and that may be its downfall in the hot mobile market.
Google rolled out the Wallet service, letting certain Android phone owners pay for goods with just the phone. Well, one phone in particular, and only in a few places.
The Metro apps that will run on Windows 8 systems look like apps on other mobile platforms. Consumers may expect similar pricing as a result.