The fastest-growing category of portable computer is the tablet, which in 2011 accounted for some 15 percent of the market. A fiercely competitive market has developed, as Apple's competitors queue up to try and topple the iPad from its dominant position and gain traction in the developing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) IT landscape.
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This new feature will bring the top news of the past week in the world of Android to your screen. This week saw KitKat getting bigger, apps for the Chromebook, and a review of the "best Android" phone.
Phablets, including Apple's first one, won't just impact iPad mini sales. They could kill off an even smaller category of tablet.
The Android tablet shrinks to just 6mm thick, while featuring an 8.4-inch OLED screen and Intel RealSense 3D camera.
In a world that has many keyboard options for the iPad, it's great to find one that stands above the rest.
The 8-inch Android tablet tries to entice an untapped market with free 24/7 customer service and a year's membership in AARP for $189.
Tech Pro Research's survey on tablet usage revealed that only 5 percent of companies specifically prohibit tablet use.
Microsoft is rebranding its Bing consumer apps as MSN apps and bringing them to iOS and Android devices. It also is revamping the MSN.com portal.
When Steve Jobs first mentioned Post PC, it was all about the gadgets that would replace the traditional PC. Fact is, it’s not about the gadgets at all. It’s about people.
The 8-inch tablet runs Android KitKat 4.4, comes with a 1080p HD display, and supports PS4 Remote Play for streaming PlayStation 4 gaming action.
Given the broad choice, and combine that with rock-bottom prices, there's never been a better time to pick up a new Android tablet! Here are my picks of the best Android tablets for September 2014.
How low can the price of a Windows PC go? At this week's IFA show in Berlin, PC makers are rolling out new PCs with outrageously aggressive pricing. Here's how they're cutting costs.
IDC is calling for a phablet fiesta in the years ahead with a five-year compound annual growth rate of 60 percent.
Samsung says it won't slow down and launches a barrage of big-screen mobile devices. The big question: Is Samsung taking an innovation lead or throwing devices out there to see what sticks?
If you regularly switch between a PC or Mac, tablet, and smartphone then you might want to look at this new keyboard that lets you enter text on all of them with a simple flip of the switch.
Most have heard of using a phone as a mobile hotspot to get laptops online. Tablets can also do that, and here’s how to do it right.