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These were the articles from my column that inspired you the most this year. Surprise, surprise, it was all about Mobility and Tablets.
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.
Amazon today took the wraps off its first tablet, the 7-inch color Kindle Fire along with two other new Kindles.
The PC hybrid is currently the only end-user business platform that is equipped to deal with next-generation cloud computing environments in dynamic mobile computing scenarios.
Samsung's home-grown ARM-based System on a Chip, display technology and flash memory will provide the vertical integration to make full-size Android tablets cheaper than ever.
The Kindle and the NOOK may still be selling like hotcakes this holiday season, but doom is on the horizon.
Like the Pillar of Fire in the Old Testament, Amazon drops its own Finger of God on Google and its Android tablet OEMs during Passover season in the form of a reduced-price Kindle Fire HD.
Both Research in Motion and Hewlett-Packard failed to properly execute the launch of their flagship Tablet products. Why? It's a case of management foul-ups versus engineering snafus.
Amazon and Barnes & Noble may throw around streaming video as a marketing tool to postion their products, but real mobile usage data indicates that users aren't watching a lot of streaming feature films and TV on their tablets.