Google's IO conference has never been this hardware-centric, with the company launching the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q devices.
Our colleagues over at Web User Magazine want to know how you use your tablet PC.
US results show that classrooms with laptops and interactive screens may not improve grades.
A large order for touchscreens implies that Amazon may be extending its range of handheld devices.
You'll save $25, but will have to tolerate ads on your screensaver.
Intel has unveiled its latest family of Xeon processors, offering up to ten cores per CPU.
It's the apps that keep coming people back to Apple products, says research company.
Steve Jobs returns from sick leave to launch the iPad 2.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple's follow up to the iPad has entered production.
Apple's iPad 2 tablet is rumoured to be getting a 2,048 x 1,536 display and a dual-core CPU.
We gaze into our crystal ball to see what 2011 is likely to bring our way.