There's no denying that over the last couple of years we've witnessed a shift in the tech landscape. There's been the rise of the iPhone, the birth of the netbook, introduction of Android and, most recently, the coming of the tablet.
Dell has confirmed it's still on course to release its own smartphones and says it's in talks with networks to assess what they need from such a device.
ExclusiveMicrosoft believes that the tipping point for online devices has been reached, insisting that people are now increasingly looking for gadgets that can share information not only with each other, but across the internet.
Intel Corporation has agreed to buy embedded software company Wind River for $884 million in its first acquisition in four years.
Computex 2009Microsoft is looking to push what it terms 'consumer internet devices', with the Windows Embedded team using its Computex keynote to talk about devices that fall between smartphones and netbooks.
Archos' decision to announce a press event on June 11 has sparked talk that it will be for the unveiling of the company's forthcoming Android-powered Internet Media Tablet.
ExclusiveOpera's future could well lie in the world of widgets, according to Director of Products Jean-Christophe Vuillot, with the company's already extensive presence giving them access to a huge range of connected devices.
Nvidia has officially announced that it is bringing Android to its Tegra platform, allowing 'advanced user experiences that leverage web and internet content'.