Toshiba isn't at MWC, but its tablet is.
Samsung's tablet is the most compelling model at the show--largely because of how it does something different, and better, than other comers.
The company takes the wraps off its first refresh of its Galaxy Tab series, which comes in 7-inch and 10.1-inch versions. Here's our take on where they fall.
Samsung's Android 4.0 pen-toting tablet is back--bigger and better than before.
Huawei's new tablet has a slick design, and even slicker specs.
Huawei adds to its line of premium phones with its first quad-core mobile offering, the slim and speedy Ascend D quad and quad XL.
The world's largest mobile-devices show, which starts Monday, should provide updates on quad-core phones and tablets, the consumer version of Microsoft's Windows 8, and much more.
The smartphone's large, high-resolution display invites users to think of it as a petite tablet, but it doesn't quite achieve that status.
Want to use a tablet for work so you can leave your laptop at home, or even replace your primary business computer? Here's what you need to know.
Articles by Melissa J. Perenson