The Galaxy Tab Active3 rides along with Samsung's XCover Pro as the consumer electronics giant targets the B2B market and frontline workers.
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The core 9.7-inch iPad will now start at $329. Apple isn't shy about trying to convince tech buyers to upgrade.
Amazon Fire tablets fared well in the fourth quarter, but others struggled. Is the tablet market irrelevant?
Apple is moving enough units of the iPad Pro to keep pricing and revenue stable as Amazon's Prime Day leads to a tablet market share boost. Android gets squeezed by Windows.
It's unclear whether Galaxy Note fans will buy a tablet for the S Pen and its features, but Samsung is at least trying to broaden its reach with a Samsung Notes app.
Lenovo took some thunder away from Samsung's flexible screen technology and outlined a few devices of its own.
Average selling prices are holding up well in the tablet market courtesy of devices like the Surface Pro and iPad Pro.
The woes continue for the PC market as a slowdown in smartphone and tablet growth hasn't boosted sales. Enterprises continue to evaluate Windows 10.
There's no reason that Samsung can't launch a bevy of bendable screen devices. Will it be able convince tech buyers that a bendable screen is a must have?
Dell's 2-in-1 17-inch laptop will start at $899. Dell claims an industry first and now it'll find out whether there's a market for the system.