A visit to the HP TouchPad UK site yields unexpected results when you watch the overview videos.
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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.
Retailer Best Buy has extended its return period to 60 days for customers wishing to return TouchPads due to the discontinuation of the line by HP.
Apple is demanding a ban of nearly all of Samsung's Android phones and tablets in the EU. If granted Samsung would likely miss the entire holiday shopping season.
The tablet landscape has never been very big, but events this week have seen the number of viable competitors from four to just two.
Dear HP: As an early adopter of your TouchPad tablet, I feel entitled to a full refund given your killing the product line a mere 49 days after its launch.
Turn out the lights on webOS as HP is discontinuing all devices running its OS acquired from Palm for $1.2 billion. This includes all phones and the just released TouchPad tablet.
If HP spins off its PC group along with the webOS bunch, phone maker HTC would be a great fit to pick up the phone/tablet business.
Android device owners use only the top 50 apps to spend a lot of time on the web each day.
Lenovo COO Rory Read gets on the Ultrabook bandwagon but points out they were coming anyway due to evolution of the notebook.
Why can't non-iPads sell? Because the consistent marketing experience from Apple is something that competitors simply cannot reproduce.