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A new report claims Microsoft's upcoming Surface tablet will only include Wi-Fi variants at launch, eschewing a cellular option for the time being.
An executive at the Taipei-based manufactoring company Pegatron won't comment if it is making the Surface tablet from Microsoft but did say it is making five tablet products.
The two companies announced a patent deal today, which will allow Pegatron to continue selling Android- Chrome-based devices while providing Microsoft with royalties.
An explosion in a Shanghai plant owned by Pegatron has reportedly injured 61 of the plant's workers. The factory, which was not yet fully operational, is rumored to be making parts for Apple products.
The latest Internet rumor from a Chinese web site claims Apple's iPad 3 will launch by Thanksgiving.
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Steve Ballmer introduced several tablet based "Slate PCs" at the Microsoft keynote for CES 2010 yesterday and we got a quick look at one earlier today. The Slate PC is manufactured by Pegatron and has...