- Many believe the device will be called the iPad (despite an apparent trademark battle with Fujitsu) and will cost between $500 and $600 with a contract and close to $1,000 without.
- The New York Times has confirmed that the device will "run all the applications of the iPhone and iPod Touch, have a persistent wireless connection over 3G cellphone networks and Wi-Fi, and will be built with a 10-inch color display." NYT also says the tablet will give old media a much-needed boost with these capabilities.
- More specifically: There's also been talk that Apple has been working with Barnes and Noble to build a B&N store inside the tablet.
- Verizon Wireless is rumored to have warned its store managers that tomorrow could be "a big day," leading some to believe that Verizon has also been working with Apple.
- Many -- but not everybody -- believe that these pictures, obtained by Mashable, are of Apple's tablet device.
— Erin Barker, Digital Content Reporter, Cable Digital News