Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
HP's Spectre x2 packs a 7th-gen Kaby Lake CPU, Iris graphics, and a higher-res screen and lower price than the aging Surface Pro 4.
T-Mobile's free data for life program gives tablet users 200MB of free data every month, but it's coming to an end after 3.5 years.
Google Play Music has joined Samsung's galaxy of pre-installed apps as the default music player.
In April 2010, Apple introduced the first-generation iPad, which came with automatic orientation, web browsing, and access to email.
Staples is offering a $30 discount today on the 32GB iPad.
Apple will soon stop using intellectual property from Imagination Technologies Group for its iPhone and other devices, as it is working on a separate, independent graphics design for its products.
The problem with a lot of touch-sensitive controls is that the communication is one-way: they can feel you, but you can't feel them.
As with its cars, Porsche Design loved what it has created with its new Book One 2-in-1, made to challenge Microsoft's Surface Book.
In 2017, PCs are still around and on their way to recovery, while slate-style Android tablets are struggling.
Lenovo says it wants to redefine Android tablets, but you won't find anything spectacular or innovative in its new Tab 4 tablets.
HP’s Pro x2 convertible is boldy taking on the iPad in the world of retail and other verticals. Good luck with that.
Samsung will be bringing a new tablet to Mobile World Congress this year, the first update to the flagship Galaxy Tab S line in nearly 18 months.
Microsoft's 2-in-1 may be a little long in the tooth, but it's still a great choice as a premium portable PC—and now it costs $250 less.
South Korea-based Naver dishes on Samsung's newest tablet, the long-awaited update to 2015's S2.
Back in 2014, Intel declared it wanted laptops to be free of wires, and a centerpiece of that plan was wireless charging. But the technology has been slow to mature, and it may be years before the technology takes off.