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OnLive Desktop launches as an iPad app on the App Store. It allows you to rent a Windows PC on one of their servers, along with access to a full suite of applications, including Microsoft Office and flash-enabled web browsers. It's free but a premium account that includes 50GB of storage will cost $9.99/month.
It takes a lot to stand out in the crowded world of ultrabooks, but HP is betting that a liberal dose of Gorilla Glass will do the trick.
Razor's Fiona looks to be the first true Windows 8 gaming tablet. For its specs, Razer intends to use a third-generation (aka Ivy Bridge) Intel Core i7 CPU, along with a solid-state drive (SSD). Read more from CNET's Rich Brown.
Project Fiona won a Best of CES award from CNET but ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes doesn't agree.