Computex 2011 officially kicked off in Taiwan Tuesday and runs until June 4, with device makers and suppliers showing off their latest wares to a gadget-hungry crowd.
Intel is using Computex to challenge ARM's dominance in the tablet market. Asus announced three new devices including a 3D tablet, a smartphone-tablet combo and a MeeGo-based netbook. Google announced it was moving Chrome OS operations to Taiwan, Nvidia showed off a quad-core tablet, and ARM made some pretty bold claims about the future of its chip architecture.
Here's a breakdown of the latest happenings at Computex 2001 from May 31-June4.