Computers

Here’s What the Kindle App for iPad Looks Like

We’re less than two weeks out from the iPad launch, so it’s no surprise that a plethora of companies have begun revealing tidbits about their respective apps. Late last night Amazon did just that by announcing the “Kindle Apps for tablet computers including the iPad”. You’ll be able to view your library of e-books in one of two …

Rumor: HP Slate In June, Priced At $550 Or Less?

Spanish-language site Clipset.net apparently got some hands-on time with the HP Slate and revealed that European pricing will be set at 400 Euro, which is equivalent to just under $550 here in the US.

That’s not to say that it’ll actually cost $550 here, though. If I were a betting man, I’d think that HP might be shooting for …

Samsung Prepping Slate PC

Over the next few months, it appears that we’re going to be seeing a distinct divide between tablets and slates. There will probably be some crossover in naming conventions—some slates called tablets, maybe some tablets called slates—but for the sake of argument, let’s refer to tablets as devices that run more mobile-ish …

Vivienne Tam and HP’s New Love Child

Fashion Blogger Jordana Bruner of Clutch22 shares her nerdy side in a guest post about the latest in chic geekery. When faced with the dilemma of choosing between a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps or a new accessory for her DSLR, she’ll almost always choose the latter. Clutch22 is an independent style blog that covers everything from …

AT&T Chief Says iPad is a “Wi-Fi driven product”

This is rather interesting but not at all surprising.

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson doesn’t expect to see a spike in traffic from the iPad on his crippled network because the device is a “Wi-Fi driven product.”

He makes a valid point about consumers not wanting to tack on an additional subscription though. I mean, who …

Surprise! Bill Gates Isn’t a Fan of the iPad, Prefers Netbooks

Is it really surprising that Bill Gates isn’t a fan of the iPad?

“So, it’s not like I sit there and feel the same way I did with iPhone where I say, ‘Oh my God, Microsoft didn’t aim high enough.’ It’s a nice reader, but there’s nothing on the iPad I look at and say, ‘Oh, I wish Microsoft had done …

JooJoo Shipping Later This Month, Web App Store On the Way

Just after CES I began to wonder what was up with Fusion Garage and the JooJoo tablet. I was under the impression that I would have had a review unit during the holidays. That obviously didn’t happen and so I did what anyone would do – bug PR. I didn’t actually ask about review units; I thought the JooJoo had become vaporware given …

Google Chrome OS Tablet Cometh

Google can deny it all they want, but they are getting into the hardware business. It started with the Nexus One earlier this year and will continue with the Google Chrome OS netbook(s) that are slated to launch in Q4. And now we have the Google Chrome OS tablet.

Google’s Senior Software Engineer Glen Murphy posted a handful of …

Happy Peripheral Day!

On Friday, Logitech pushed out the Touch Mouse app that turns your iPhone and/or iPod Touch into – you guessed it – a mouse that works over the network. (I wonder what this will be like on the iPad.) The app is free (iTunes link) and you’re going to have to download the Touch Mouse Server software (link to Logitech), but it’s …

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