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.
Articles about Tablets
Every day I see iPads, a lot of iPads, out in public. What I rarely ever see are Android tablets.
Microsoft's newest Office 365 subscription plan is now generally available and includes iPads among the devices it supports.
Usually when we get a shiny, new gadget, the impact on data usage is the last thing on our minds. If we use the device for work, we'd better pay attention.
The chip giant's latest device for schoolchildren features a detachable 10-inch tablet, magnifying lens and temperature sensor probe, and Windows 8.1.
On the heels of rumors of an upcoming tablet running Google's Chrome OS, the company did something this week that fans the flames.
The comiXology deal also follows a few other notable deals hatched by Amazon in the media world, including Goodreads and Lovefilm.
The company's chief executive revealed in New York City his plans to win back the enterprise customer base in with high-end phones and services. But there are no plans for a tablet.
Microsoft's new 4G LTE Surface 2 goes on pre-order today in the UK ahead of its May 8 release, but it comes with a high asking price and doesn't include the Type Cover.
So you’ve got a shiny new tablet for work and play. These ten accessories are cheap and will complement the new gadget no matter which brand.
Consumer search for cheaper computing equipment boosts the segment
The new models include 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch slates with 1,280x800 screens, starting at just $129.
This Chromebook user is not sure Google will be able to pull off a successful Chrome tablet.
Like the consumer-based Slate 8 Pro, this 8-inch device packs an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, but it runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
An Acer event at the end of April may signal the unveiling of the world's first Chrome OS-powered tablet. Could it give the platform the push it needs to be a success?
Readers may have given the ZDNet Great Debate to the 'yawn' vote, but the fact that Office for iPad apps are flying off the shelves suggests that Microsoft has indeed captured the imaginations of increasingly mobile users. Whether it can keep them, is the big question.