When is the updated, 6th-generation version of Apple's flagship tablet coming? All signs point to October or November of 2014. But the real question is not when the product is going to be released, it's what's going to be in it.
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Amazon today took the wraps off its first tablet, the 7-inch color Kindle Fire along with two other new Kindles.
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Software developer Joseph Labrecque points towards a bright, positive outlook regarding Adobe Flash and AIR technologies on mobile devices, the desktop and the Web.
With the price of 7" tablets now reaching the sub-$200 level, should they be considered disposable computing devices?
My ZDNet colleague says you should avoid VDI and other remote desktop technologies when transforming enterprise apps for mobile. He's wrong.