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It's easy to think that because the iPad is the king of the tablets that others players have little chance of making a splash. Not true. HP's TouchPad might be just the thing to shake things up a little.
According to the reports, Microsoft is in talks with Texas Instruments and Taiwan-based OEMs/ODMs to produce the own-brand tablets.
This feels like netbooks all over again, and it won't be long before a promising platform is driven into the ground in an attempt to cost as many costs as possible.
Gewirtz's reasoning is that he puts too much stock in "Xbox the brand" as opposed to "Xbox the console".
Apple is pulling out all the stops when it comes to selling iPads, and it seems to be positioning the device as a way to move beyond the Mac. And, for the first time, Apple is also targeting PC users.
You know things are desperate when Apple starts cutting prices, but the latest iPad price cut might have come too late to save it.
Nobody wants 3G tablets because nobody wants to pay for the 3G data, according to an IDG analyst.
OK, so yesterday we once again get Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer promising us that Windows tablets are on the way. Well, I know that Microsoft along with all the OEMs who must be involved only have a few weeks left until the holiday spending extravaganza kicks off, but I still think there's time for me to get my tablet wishlist in ...... after all, the holidays are a time for magic ...
Microsoft now admits that Apple's iPad is cannibalizing netbook sales.