Asus has launched four new tablets, the smallest being 7 inches, with Android Honeycomb OS and Snapragon processor; and the largest with a 12 inch screen, Intel core i5 processor and Windows Phone 7 (WP7) OS.
The 7 inch PlayBook tablet will also mark the debut of Research In Motion's (RIM) QNX OS, for which the company has already begun developing applications.
A successor to the 5-inch Dell Streak 5, the Streak 7 comes with a dual-core 1Ghz Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC processor and has a 7-inch display with Gorilla Glass technology.
RIM (Research In Motion) has denied the media reports, which said that the maker of BlackBerry smartphones have agreed to let Indian agencies access its encrypted data through cloud computing.
Jack Dorsey, the creator, co-founder and chairman of Twitter revealed that he uses 23 apps on his iPad every day, and only five on his Mac. Here we've explored his favourite iPad apps.
Amazon's Kindle Android app update will include features such as text search and in-app book purchase.
LG Electronics has two new smartphones for the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) at Las Vegas today.
Google-Motorola Xoom is a 10 inch tablet that will be the first device to run Google's Android Honeycomb operating system.
Amazon is going to have an Android AppStore parallel to Google's App Market. The company's AppStore is now open to developers.
The three Asus tablets -- Eee Pad Slider, Eee Pad Transformer and Eee Pad MeMo -- will be launched globally around April this year.
The availability of smartphones and people's constant need to surf the net are driving data usage believe Starhome.
Near field communication technology will allow users to make payments via mobile phones, and is expected to make a debut this year.
iHealth has launched a blood pressure monitoring app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The app lets users test, track, and graph their blood pressure from home.
Toshiba has 3D display tablets, connected TV services, PCs, and some green initiatives to showcase at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 that starts tomorrow in Las Vegas.
Reliance Communications (RCom) has launched a mobile program to teach spoken English called Learn English, which costs Rs 20 per month.