A smartphone or a tablet aren't quite all you need to work on the go; these are some of the helpful gadgets and accessories we've been travelling with recently
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Nokia has returned to the hardware market with a 7.9-inch Android tablet. While it will sell the device, it's hoping to license its name, design, and software to OEMs.
The 7-inch tablet is powered by an Atom processor, features separate interfaces for children and parents, and costs $99.95.
Google's Nexus 9 and the Android 5.0 that comes with it includes some business friendly security features as well as an interface that could make it a bring your own device play. There's a need for more tablet-first business apps though.
We’ve had the PC, and the smartphone, and then the tablet. Now we are entering a new era, that of the wearable. And Microsoft’s sudden and rather dramatic entrance into the market with the Band is set to be a game changer.
Google finally catches up with the rest of the smartphone space by offering its home-brew phablet, along with the next iteration of its tablet and Android operating system.
A new iPad is on the way and with it will come new and improved features. But what consumers want from the new tablet and what they end up getting might not match up that well.
In terms of design, components and manufacturing, the infotainment and instrumentation systems of Tesla's Model S has more in common with a tablet or smartphone than it does with a conventional automobile.
Company says that it wants to 'focus' on the upcoming tablet, which is due soon.
As Apple did with last year's smartphone offering, it's sticking with two new iPhones. From specs to features, screen size, and its release date, here's what you need to know.
Digging beneath the Surface, here's what the numbers tell us so far, plus why the slowing tablet market might actually be a good thing for Microsoft's tablet.
Consuming information on a mobile device is commonplace, due largely to the popularity of the smartphone. With phones getting bigger than ever, some consider using them instead of a tablet. Experience shows this isn't the way to go for some folks.
If your company wants to write a smartphone or tablet application, it should consider these do-it-yourself options notable for their simplicity.
The creation of a "pure" lithium battery could offer double or triple the energy storage density of today's lithium-ion batteries for your laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
Some Android applications will drain your smartphone or tablet of battery life, storage or bandwidth like a blood-sucking fiend. Here's what's what with the worst of the worst.
Mobile gadgets seem to multiply like rabbits. If you're like me, you may already have several. This simple life hack will keep your tablet or smartphone at the ready. There's another bonus hack, too.
The refreshed 7-inch and 8-inch tablet lineup features Intel's new Atom processors and starts at $159.99.
When it comes down to it, battery life outweighs all other design considerations in a smartphone — bar none.
Based on the chip giant's reference design, the laptops include rugged features and Celeron processors.
The tablet/notebook hybrid is based on Intel's latest Education 2-in-1 reference design and includes educational accessories like a temperature probe and magnification lens.
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