Sprint and Verizon slash the cost of a Samsung Galaxy Tab after it's been for sale for barely six months.
Test results for Intel 320 Series SSD show the third-generation drive benefits from new controller, adding reliability, security, and speed.
RIM's Blackberry PlayBook will run Android apps. Which? When? And what does it all mean?
Move by RIM makes BlackBerry PlayBook's scope and app potential infinitely more appealing.
New Android Firefox browser entices with cool features and bookmark syncing across devices, while Opera gains social features, too, on its iOS and Android versions.
Samsung introduces a tablet thinner and lighter than the Apple iPad 2 that will be available in June.
We go hands-on with both models; due out in summer, they’re the first to feature a custom version of Android 3.0.
Sprint and Google partnership lets subscribers use their Sprint phone number as a Google Voice number.
This week, the PC Editors discuss the merits of the latest web browsers, preview the CTIA show, and discuss how technology is changing the way we respond to disasters.
No one tablet does it all--yet. Here's a look at how today's three leading tablet contenders handle common tasks.