Need Ammo In The Linux vs. Windows Slugfest?
by Heather Clancy
And now, for a completely different view on the Linux vs. Microsoft Windows debate. Actually, not really.
PhatWare PenOffice 2.6
by Michael Gros
PhatWare PenOffice 2.6 enhances the power of the written word.
Government Keys Into the Mobile-Computing Fray
by Dennis McCafferty
Government-agency customers don't need to be fully involved in the rigors of homeland security to take advantage of the latest in mobile-computing solutions that run on handheld devices and tablet or notebook PCs.
Lenovo Tablet Shipments Delayed
by Edward F. Moltzen
Lenovo's latest ThinkPad tablet has won great reviews, but the company is having trouble actually shipping it to market.
Analysis: Apple's Got a Nice Touch, But It's Not Multi-touch
by Mario Morejon
Speculate all you want about whether or not Apple may have a new "touch" Mac system on the market soon, but be careful about whether you call it "mult-touch."
Taking The Measure Of New Crop Of Tablet PCs
by Marc Spiwak
Adesso CyberTablet 8600
by Michael Gros
The Adesso CyberTablet 8600 provides an easy, inexpensive way to add pen input to a computer for artists, CAD/CAM engineers and general users.
Nokia Launches Linux 'Internet Tablet'
by CRN Staff
The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth device is aimed at people who need to browse the Web and check e-mail while mobile.
Inside Look: New HP Business Notebooks Deliver The Mobile Goods
by Test Center
Hewlett-Packard's new business notebooks will give other vendors a real run for their money. Their overall quality, long battery life and three-year warranty make HP a great choice for SMBs and enterprises looking to equip employees with mobile systems.