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Reading the Tea Leaves of iPad Competitors

As Apple, HP, Dell, and others gear up to grab a piece of the new tablet market, let's not retread old ideas. That is, of course, if they have some really good new ones.
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Industrial PC Offers Cellular Modem

Lanner announced a fanless industrial PC with built-in GPS and 3G cellular capabilities. The LEC-7020 has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, two gigabit Ethernet ports, digital I/O, 2.5-inch disk storage, and a Mini PCI Express expansion slot, the company says....
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Over 150 Million Smartbooks by 2015

Just what is a smartbook and why does ABI Research predict 163 million will ship worldwide by 2015?
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Tablet Runs on Moorestown Processor

OpenPeak announced an Intel Moorestown-based tablet device, which may well end up running the new Nokia/Intel MeeGo operating system. The OpenTablet 7 features a 7-inch multi-touch display, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, cellular, HDMI output and dual cameras, says the company.

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Is MeeGo Linux’ Answer to iPad?

Three weeks ago, the technology world was aflutter with buzz of the iPad. But with yesterday's MeeGo announcement from Intel, the Linux Foundation and Nokia, it appears that Apple could have a Linux-based competitor for tablets, netbooks and other categories of devices. 

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