The post-PC era may or may not be coming, but there is no question that the mobile era is here.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you. If it is tech and it moves, you'll find it here.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long.
My recent article about using a tablet with a keyboard as a laptop replacement didn't make sense to some readers, who pointed out that a laptop is better for the purpose. That's correct to a point, except if the laptop is not with me.
The Kindle Fire will expose millions of consumers to a rich online user experience because of the cheap price. This will turn personal computing into a commodity and change everything.
Today's big announcements from Amazon about the Kindle line got folks excited about the new gadgets, but the real story is the Silk browser for the new Fire tablet.
Tablets are powerful computers, and using one with a good keyboard can function as a decent laptop replacement. I put two Honeycomb tablets to the test to see which is better for this purpose.
Amazon will make shopping at its store so easy on the tablet to be announced tomorrow, that it may bankrupt me.
Smartphone buyers in the U. S. are turning to Android in increasing numbers, according to the latest survey by Nielsen.
Mobile professionals wishing for a second display while working on a laptop should look at the ThinkVision LT1421 portable monitor. It is reasonably priced and easy to use.
Splashtop Remote Desktop is a good method for remotely accessing Windows PCs and Macs using the HP TouchPad. It turns these remote systems into a touch-optimized system on the tablet.
It appears Amazon is getting ready to unleash the Kindle Tablet on the world this week. Here's what it means to consumers like you.