Quanta and 3M developing touchscreens for finger, stylus input

While it’s not a hard and fast rule, I’ve gotten kind of used to the fact that most tablets, smartphones, and other devices with touchscreen displays released over the past few years come in one of two varieties. Either you have a touchscreen that recognizes finger input (capacitive), or stylus input (resistive). You rarely get […]

Intel Moorestown-based devices are still 6-12 months away

Intel may have introduced its new Intel Atom Z6xx Moorestown platform in early May. But it’s going to be another 6 to 12 months before we start to see tablets, smartphones, and other Moorestown-based devices hit the streets. That’s according to Intel vice president Anand Chandrasekher, speaking at an event in Taiwan today. That doesn’t […]

VIA introduces dual core Nano processor

VIA’s Nano processors haven’t exactly revolutionized the mobile computing space, but the low power Nano chipset has been available to PC makers looking for an alternative to Intel’s Atom platform for the past year or so. This week at Computex, VIA is showing off the next-generation Nano chip, with a dual core processor. The VIA […]

Pegatron demonstrates Android tablet with custom user interface

Just because a tablet is running Google Android doesn’t mean it has to look like it’s running Android. After all, HTC has made a habit of shipping Android Smartphones with the custom HTC Sense user interface running on top of Android. And now Sascha from Netbook News.de found a tablet prototype that runs Android with […]

Closer look at the Asus Lamborghini VX6 thin and light laptop

Asus introduced its new Lamborghini VX6 notebook earlier this week. Now we have a few more details about the laptop, including a launch date and target price. Word on the street is that the laptop should be available in August for about $699. That’s pretty expensive by netbook standards, but it’s actually not ridiculous for […]