HP to resuscitate the TouchPad?
31 Aug 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Todd Bradley, executive vice president of Hewlett-Packard’s Personal Systems Group, has stated in an interview that the TouchPad tablet, which was recently pulled out from the market, could be revived. That is to say, the company has not entirely abandoned it WebOS system and still fighting to get a strong status in the mobile market.

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Microsoft showed some details of its new tablet
30 Aug 2011 - By Omar Mariño

At the Tech.Ed conference that took place in Auckland (New Zealand), Microsoft introduced its new Slate tablet very cautiously. This product will be part of the next generation in the Windows Devices category.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet arrives to the market
28 Aug 2011 - By Omar Mariño

The tablet has a stunning mixture of features which can be very attractive not only for domestic users but also (and specially) for the corporate market. It is available in models with 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB.

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The Toshiba Thrive hits Best Buy Shelves
12 Jul 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Maybe the Toshiba Thrive is not one of the most revolutionary tablets to hit the marketplace this year but it is certainly one of the newest. While display models have been on store shelves for quite some time, the official retail release date for Toshiba’s little Android-powered tablet wasn’t until yesterday (July 10th). In addition to having some sleek and useful styling, the tablet is also extremely functional with full-sized ports for those of us who really don’t like having micro USB and HDMI cords that only fit one digital accessory. So what do you get for your $480 when you go to your local Best Buy store? Read more >>


Lenovo’s Honeycomb IdeaPad K1 Coming to the US
8 Jul 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Lenovo’s IdeaPAd K1 is quite an impressive machine but, unfortunately, it isn’t yet available for sale in the United States. That means you have to go through some serious back channels to get your hands on one of these little 10.1 inch machines—or wait. That’s right, it looks as though Lenovo is actively seeking permission to sell the IdeadPad K1 in the United States. In fact, the machine has been submitted to the FCC and is currently awaiting approval! Read more >>


HP TouchPad: Too Costly to Keep Up?
7 Jul 2011 - By Omar Mariño

The HP TouchPad emerged onto the scene as a major competitor with Apple’s iPad but now that the machine has been on the market (and subsequently torn down so we all know what’s inside one of these beasts) we’re left to wonder if HP can afford to compete with the big dog. Read more >>


This Week in Mobile Tech: Smartphones, GPS, and Solar Power
25 Jun 2011 - By Omar Mariño

We’ve got another round-up (some would call it a mish-mosh) of the coolest mobile tech to debut this week just for you. This time around we’re talking about Blackberry, GPS, and solar-powered goodness to add a little green to your gear. Read more >>


2 Smartphones and a Tablet (No, it’s Not a Movie)
18 Jun 2011 - By Omar Mariño
Nokia-E6

While trolling the Internet, I found 2 hot new smart phones debuting this spring that really push the bar for mobile devices—including a device from Nokia! So, if you’re looking to upgrade or your current contract is about to expire, why not take a look at what you could be getting if you were one of the cool kids? Read more >>


New Tablets 2011: The Mania Continues!
2 Jun 2011 - By Omar Mariño

I’m still not hooked on the appeal of tablet computers. I like the concept but what they lack in functionality still has me believing that laptops are—at least for the moment—the superior portable computing solution. However, as they say, there’s no accounting for taste, so for those of you who may think my opinion a bit outdated and prefer a pocket-sized gadget (or at least small satchel-sized), this roundup is for you. Let’s start with MSI’s new offerings in the tablet field, the Enjoy 7 and Enjoy 10 WindPads. Read more >>