If you've missed out on Hewlett-Packard's close-out deals on the discontinued TouchPad tablet--$99 for the 16GB model, and $149 for 32GB--you might want to check out low-cost slates from competing vendors.
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ABI Research reports Android tablets have nipped 20 percent of the tablet market share--but the iPad is still the big player.
The most expensive iPad cover you'll never buy.
Apple may be grabbing PC market share, but Windows-based systems continue to dominate.
Can Google+ attract enough users in a year to become more popular in the US than either Twitter or LinkedIn? A new Bloomberg-YouGov survey says yes.
An Acer founder reportedly thinks we'll lose interest in skinny devices; at least we may not want to carry around two gadgets.
Refilling empty HP cartridges with Ink-O-Dem inks is cheaper than buying new--but not by much.
A low-cost laptop for students could soon be a reality.
Google's Chrome browser has two new noteworthy upgrades.
RIM's BlackBerry and Windows phones lag, although RIM is doing quite well in South America, Indonesia, and South Africa.
Google's tweaked it search interface for Apple iPad and Android 3.1 tablets.
Twitter's new promoted tweets, aka ads, are showing up in twitter feeds everywhere.