Ports and software distinguish this tablet, which holds appeal for nonbusiness users, too.
How system-on-chip designs may change mobile computing.
Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments all showed working tablet prototypes at the BUILD Windows 8 conference. When do consumers get to vote?
In addition to adding new drivers, the new OS changes the way they look and behave.
The first Windows 8 tablet, the Samsung 700T, arrives--at least for developers. What can we learn from it?
Microsoft's new operating system has the makings of a solid competitor, but much work lies ahead for Windows 8 tablets if they are to overtake iOS and Android offerings.
Amidst the cacophony of mobile operating systems powering tablets, here's why we look forward to the potential of running Windows on a tablet.
New model shown off, but no U.S. release info as yet.
With its low price, high-resolution 7-inch display, and a GPS that doesn’t need a data connection, Lenovo’s IdeaPad Tablet A1 remakes the future of tablets.
New 7-inch Honeycomb tablet is first with a high-resolution Super AMOLED Plus display.
Sony is fashionably late to the Android tablet party--but its gamble may just pay off.
New pricing, design, and capabilities bring Sony's new e-reader in line with, and ahead of, its competition.
The PCWorld editors discuss the short and long-term implications of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' resignation. Plus, we discuss the fire sale craze that followed when HP discounted its discontinued TouchPad to $99, and more than a dozen new cameras coming this fall from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
Apple has gotten incredible mileage from the theater of its product presentations, but no one lights up the room the way Steve Jobs does. How will the company fill that void?
In the end, buying a $99 TouchPad is not as easy as you might think.