Ballmer: Multiple Windows 7 tablets 'in the coming months'

Here we go again… Microsoft has made another promise. This time, Ballmer promises a bunch of Windows 7 tablets coming by the end of this year. Microsoft plans to partner up with Dell, Asus, Sony, and Toshiba, as well as others. There last few takes at a tablet surely worked out *well* with the successful launch of their baby below (due this summer – tick tock, tick tock), and the “never even existed” Courier

The boys up in Redmond plan to take Apple head on with a strategy that lures in IT departments. We personally don’t think they’ll have much success with them iPads in the game along with Google’s plans for Android tablets. 

Ballmer’s statements occurred today at Microsoft’s Partner Conference, and we’ll probably see some MSFT tablet action at the upcoming WPC. 

via Gizmodo.

Bombshell. Consumer Reports can't recommend the iPhone 4 because of the antenna non-issue

http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9/21495733001?isVid=1

This one isn’t going to go over very well, we feel.  Consumer Reports is, for the first time, pulling its ‘Recommend rating’ on the iPhone due completely to the antenna non-issue that Apple plans to fix with a software update in coming weeks (or two weeks ago if you believed one report).  Somehow, even though they can’t recommend it, the iPhone 4 topped their Smartphone list again.  I guess they can’t recommend buying a smartphone of any sort?!

It’s official. Consumer Reports’ engineers have just completed testing the iPhone 4, and have confirmed that there is a problem with its reception. When your finger or hand touches a spot on the phone’s lower left side

4 new iPhone 4 Ads

Apple is really pushing the FaceTime.

…Emotions…

Others below:

Sweet. The EPT home pregnancy iPhone 4 commercial:

You want to see your grandkid for the first time on a 3.5-inch screen? I’d be iChating on a HDTV, personally.

“that haircut sucks”

By the way, most of these people are “holding it wrong” according to a certain someone.