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The year of the tablet

Unless you've been living under a rock this year, you know about the phenomenal success of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad. Peter Kafka reports on the All Things Digital blog that Apple has sold 2

San Francisco Giants CIO discusses tech at the ballpark

As CIO of the San Francisco Giants, Bill Schlough is responsible for the technologies that support activities as diverse the stadium's turnstile system, lighting system, and Wi-Fi. While the team has

IDC predicts big growth for tablet market

While Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) may be the first out of the gate with its iPad, it will soon have lots of company in the tablet market--a market that is expected to ship 7.6 million units in 2010 alone.

Netbook shipments to hit 58 million this year, says ABI

Netbook shipments topped 36.3 million units in 2009, and are set to hit some 58 million units this year, predicts research firm ABI Research. These figures come as a new addition enters the

Acer to launch Chrome OS tablet in two weeks, says report

Computer manufacturer Acer has confirmed that it will be launching a tablet at the Computex show in June, which is just two weeks from now. While the company declined to disclose the operating system

Verizon, Google to introduce Android tablet

Verizon (NYSE:VZ) may not be supporting the Nexus One, but it plans to introduce a tablet based on Google's (NYSE: GOOG) Android platform along with other connected devices. "What do we think the

BoxTone now supports Good Technology's messaging and management capabilities

BoxTone announced its management software now supports Good Technology's integrated messaging and collaboration suite of offerings for the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone and iPad, Google (NASDAQ: GOOG)

Fortifying the network against the tide of consumer gadgetry

President Obama, speaking to the graduating class at Hampton University in Virginia Sunday, rued the rising tide of consumer electronics gadgetry, which he said diminishes the educational and

Will the iPad replace the desktop PC?

Apple's iPad tablet computer appears to be proving itself as more than just a fun consumer gadget; it is already eating into sales of netbook computers, according to at least one analysis, and it may

Report: Apple iPad killing netbook sales

A recent report by Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) Research painted a picture in which the runaway popularity of the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad precipitated in the crash of the netbook market. As evidence,