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Day two of the Intel Developer’s Forum was kicked off with a couple of keynote addresses from Renee James, the Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Software and Services Group at Intel and Doug Davis, the Vice President and General Manager of the Embedded and Communications Group. The main focus of their talks revolved around Atom, the ecosystem surrounding it and other low-power Intel platforms, as well as physics and improving the gaming experience for Intel IGP enabled products. Physics and Intel Architecture and Atom CE 4200 - Day 2 IDF Keynote https://hothardware.com/Reviews/Intel-Developer-Forum-2010-Day-2-Keynote-Coverage/... Read more...
Ever since the launch of the iPad, companies from all areas  of the market have been scrambling to create something competitive in order to catch the latest wave of ultra-portable computing. Tablet PCs have been around for years, but the newer breed of slim, useful tablets with multimedia capabilities are demanding attention. Up until now, all we have heard from almost all contenders is their intentions; Microsoft has said they are dead-set on bringing Windows 7 to a number of devices, but that's easy for them to say. They don't have to work out the hardware details. The biggest question on the minds of consumers is "when." When will this rush of non-iPad tablets hit the market?  Many... Read more...
A German tablet maker is taking Apple to task over the creation of its iPad and promises to offer a bigger, better, and smarter solution. And just so there's no mistaking exactly who it is Neofonie GmbH has in its sights, they're calling their tablet the "WePad.""Some people seem to think life is all about the I, and the Me, Me, Me," Neofonie writes. "We beg to differ. To us, the power of many beats the power of one. That’s why we came up with the WePad: It’s the smarter solution for enjoying the Internet your way. Why? Because when you’re locked in, you get the Internet their way. It’s the opposite of free. Being told what you can see, what you can buy, and all the things you can not do – somehow,... Read more...
It's a tablet-eat-tablet world out there, and with Apple's iPad starting a trend that isn't likely to die throughout 2010, you can imagine that all sorts of lesser-known contenders will be popping up with tablets and slates of their own in order to strike while the iron is hot. Today, Neofonie is introducing the WePad, a German-made unit that promises "fast Internet connectivity, a complete world of ready-to-use applications and easy access to books and photos, as well as magazines and newspapers from various publishers via the WeMagazine ePublishing Eco System." At its heart, this is a fairly robust machine with an 11.6" display (1366x768), a rather quick 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, a... Read more...