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Intel "Oak Trail" brings intel processors to over 35 tablets

Intel "Oak Trail" brings intel processors to over 35 tablets

By 11 April 2011

Intel today announced that the Intel Atom platform, formerly codenamed “Oak Trail,” is now available and will be in devices starting in May and throughout 2011 catapulting the company into the mobile phone and tablet sphere.   Over 35 innovative... >>

VIDEO: Hand gestures on a mobile phone

VIDEO: Hand gestures on a mobile phone

By 8 September 2010

No one likes getting smudges all over their touchscreen. That must have been what the boffins over at eyeSight thought before they developed this brilliant hand gesture controlling technology, which it has called Moove. Claiming it to be the world's first... >>

VIDEO: Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, Kinect-stylee

VIDEO: Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, Kinect-stylee

By 9 August 2010

There's not a lot to say here really. Basically you're looking at what the illegitimate offspring of retro classic Rock 'Em Sock 'Em and Microsoft's forthcoming Kinect would look like following a night of lust. Designers Anne Flinchbaugh and Zachery Shivers... >>

VIDEO: Hitachi shows off Minority Report style system

VIDEO: Hitachi shows off Minority Report style system

By 28 July 2010

Wow. This looks incredible. We recently told you about real-life Star Wars and real-life Harry Potter and now we bring you this video, courtesy of the guys over at Akihabara, which shows off the sort of hi-tech magic that was on show in the Tom Cruise... >>

Motion J3500 tablet: Less sexy, but much tougher than the iPad

Motion J3500 tablet: Less sexy, but much tougher than the iPad

By 23 June 2010

Lets say the iPad is the Floyd Mayweather of the tablet game. It's slim, it's sexy, it's the biggest box office attraction but when it comes down to it, it's not the biggest of hitters. The Motion J3500 on the other hand, just launched by Motion Computing,... >>

Tough F5 Slate PC on its way

Tough F5 Slate PC on its way

By 3 March 2008

Semi-rugged - so able to work pretty much anywhere - is the claim being made for the new F5 tablet PC from Motion Computing. It has a dust, water, shock and temperature resistant chassis containing a 1.2GHz Intel Centrino U1400 processor, 10.4-inch XGA... >>