The ThinkPad X1 I am testing has a chiclet keyboard that has surprised me with how good it is. It is in fact so good it has replaced another ThinkPad keyboard as my franchise keyboard.
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Tech ninja Amazon has already snuck up on the big players by slyly slipping into the Android ecosystem from so many different angles it is already competing with Google. A tablet will take it over.
The ThinkPad X1 combines a thin, light form with new technology to produce a notebook that competes favorably with the MacBook Air. Check out the review and photo gallery to see why.
A T-Mobile document has confirmed that the HTC Sensation will go on sale on June 8. The Sensation takes the 4.3-inch form made popular by HTC and updates it with top-of-the-line components.
We are rapidly becoming a society with electronic gadgetry permanently attached to our hand. Instead of talking to one another, we are losing a great opportunity for visiting to the cloud.
Verizon has confirmed the Droid Charge will be available in retail stores tomorrow, and online beginning at midnight tonight.
Hardware 2.0 has the story of two developers who have been ordered to license patents covering in-app purchases from an unnamed company or face legal trouble in 21 days.
Samsung has produced a Gingerbread update for the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab in several countries in Europe. As usual, owners in the U.S. are in a wait-and-see mode for the update.
Fujitsu has announced a Windows 7 hybrid with a sliding keyboard is going on sale in Japan. The TH Series tablet is a 10.1-inch multitouch slate with a full keyboard that slides out when needed.
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