The Android-powered Novel e-book reader from Pandigital sports a 7-inch color LCD, access to Barnes and Noble's eBookstore, and costs less than $200. Will it take on the iPad?
A quick and inexpensive hack lets you make a computer trackball with parts cannibalized from an optical mouse and a roll-on ball from a stick of deodorant.
Get unlimited 3G Internet for less than $30 a month by splicing an iPad MicroSIM with an old gift card and inserting it into your iPhone. Read on for details on how to accomplish this quick hack.
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Spirit Jailbreak lets you free your devices running the iPhone 3.1.2, 3.1.3, or 3.2 firmware without connecting them to a computer.
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Dell's leaked roadmap for their upcoming touchscreen devices indicates a line of 11-inch tablet netbooks debuting later this year.
A new release from a group of Dutch researchers paves the way for efficient e-book readers with color and video e-ink displays.
Gesture Suite from Synaptics lets you use scroll, rotate, zoom, and flick gestures to control your Linux notebook from its touchpad.