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By Tom Henderson
A look at some products that have features missing in the iPad and are slated to ship this year.
The iPhone 4S -- not the rumored "iPhone 5" -- was revealed this week. Apple fanatics are still predictably going ga-ga over the new iPhone, but not everyone's been bitten by the Apple bug. Here are ten comparable, high-end devices we like just as much--or more--than the iPhone 4S.
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Hewlett-Packard's announcement that it is discontinuing its Touchpad set off a $99 fire sale. But without HP's full attention and support from developers, these devices won't live long. However, they can still be useful even after they're useless as a tech device. Here are some ideas.
Research in Motion launched its first tablet PC on Monday, sporting a new OS from QNX. Here's a visual tour.
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