Revenues are collapsing. Margins are thinning. Is it the final chapter for the U.S. book retailer's device business?
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At CES 2011, Toshiba unveiled its first mobile tablet for the U.S. market, a 10.1-inch device that runs on Google Android.
At CES 2011, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showed up at the Audi keynote speech to demonstrate how the new Tegra 2 chip would be embedded in next-generation vehicles.
At CES 2011, 45 seconds with the Asus Eee Slate EP121, a Windows 7-powered, iPad-like device.
Lenovo seems to have taken a page from Sony's marketing strategy for its Vaio P-Series, which is intended for fashionable cosmopolitan people, by revealing -- without any information or specifications -- its "Pocket Yoga" wide-format netbook.The netbook features a tablet screen with a digitizing pen and a tiny leather belt that wraps around the entire unit for travel, and then folds up to become some sort of travel mouse.
CES 2010: Lenovo on Tuesday introduced the industry's first capacitive multitouch netbook tablet PC, the IdeaPad S10-3t.
70 percent of consumers won't spend more than $700 for an Apple tablet, and consumers were equally split over whether they would pay for 3G connectivity, according to a new study.
The netbook market is being devoured by the Apple iPad, according to a new report.
In the wake of the announcement of the Apple iPad tablet device, computer makers are quickly rallying strategies and devices to challenge it. Is that such a smart idea?
Tim Cook unveils Apple's new iPad, to much fanfare but little surprise. Who needs magic? by Andrew Nusca