These Stone Shades Are Fit for a Flintstone

Whether pedaling to Rock Vegas with the top down or boarding a pterodactyl flight to Hollyrock, no self-respecting cave man leaves his igneous abode without proper eye wear. Now, both the stone age man about town and modern cool hunters can rock a pair of retro wayfarers made of, well, rock. » 3/20/13 2:00am 3/20/13 2:00am

"Paper Replacement" Boogie Board Tablet Got Taller Since You Saw It Last

Remember the Boogie Board "tablet" that, factoring in 50,000 erases, cost less than paper? It's been super-sized to 10.5 inches, giving you basically twice the real estate to doodle or leave disgusting dorm door messages. You still can't record your sketches or writing, but depending on how indecent your friends are,… » 6/09/11 1:20pm 6/09/11 1:20pm

LG G-Slate Actually Looks Like a Real G

LG's G-Slate could be a dark horse in the Great Android Tablet sweepstakes. Sure, this video doesn't do much more than tick off spec after spec, but those specs are actually pretty nice! Now just don't go charging $800 for it and you might just have my undivided attention. [BGR] » 2/08/11 10:07am 2/08/11 10:07am

IdeaPad U1 Hybrid and LePad Tablet: Lenovo's Voltron Re-forms

A few months ago, it looked like Lenovo's crazy-neat dual-processor U1 hybrid was pure vaporware. Turns out it just needed a little retooling. The U1 Hybrid is back, giving Lenovo's LePad Android tablet a Windows 7 dock. So what's new? » 1/04/11 3:00pm 1/04/11 3:00pm

Ultimate Tablet Showdown: iPad vs. PlayBook vs. Galaxy Tab vs. Slate

The iPad's finally got some competition; in the past few weeks, the HP Slate made a brief appearance, the Samsung Galaxy Tab debuted, and just BlackBerry unveiled its business-minded PlayBook today. Here's how they all measure up: » 9/27/10 7:42pm 9/27/10 7:42pm

HP Slate Tablet Rears its Square-Edged Head in Leaked Video

Admittedly, we're more keen on HP's webOS tablet, or even the ditched Android tablet (basically, anything other than Windows 7!), but this leaked Slate video does suggest that maybe it will wind up in the hands of consumers after all. » 9/23/10 8:39am 9/23/10 8:39am