If Microsoft announces a Windows 8 RT tablet today, the software giant may actually be trying to reposition itself in a whole new way for the post-PC era.
Here are five concepts that Microsoft needs to apply to its tablets for the hardware to be competitive.
The topic is still a mystery, but join us here at 3:30 p.m. PDT Monday, June 18 to add your speculation and hear the play-by-play report.
Analysis: The software leader has produced its own hardware before, but never competing with the platforms that run Windows. It's time for that to change.
The pen-capable tablet version of Samsung's phone/tablet surfaced on Amazon.
Jam-packed 10.1-inch model has more memory, and a lower price, than Apple's third-generation iPad.
This lightweight tablet offers great design and a gorgeous AMOLED display.
Nvidia reveals another morsel, but much remains unclear.
In a year of disappointing releases, Nvidia hopes its reference design for an inexpensive tablet will be more capable than Amazon's Kindle Fire.
CTIA 2012, the big U.S. mobile phone and tablet show, kicks off Monday. Will a few very hot LTE phones make their debut?