Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
HP, Toshiba and E-Fun are selling Windows tablets for under $100 with 7-inch and 8-inch screens
The University of Sierra Leone turns to online learning while nonprofit Rumie sends tablets to Liberia
The company plans to start shipping the tablet during the second quarter of next year.
A new leasing program lets subscribers get an iPad for a monthly fee and no money down, but don't forget the fine print.
A must have in today's fast-paced world, tablets provide all the tools you need to work and play without weighing you down.
Health, wearables, virtual reality and the smart home were the key themes at Samsung’s Developer Conference in San Francisco.
The first tablet with a depth-sensing 3D camera is expected out by the end of the month, and Dell has more to come.
Dell’s Broadwell-powered 11-inch tablets can also work like laptops or even desktop PCs.
This deal is good for today only as part of HTC's Hot Deals, which occur every Tuesday leading up to Black Friday.
If your kids love using tablets to play games, it's easy to sneak in some educational content without ruining the fun.
Yes, the company that may have built your old tube TV is now one of the top tablet makers worldwide.
The cloud storage company is pursuing partnerships to grow its already massive user base
On WTU this week Apple intros new iPads and a 5K display, Facebook helps users connect with friends during disasters and a Japanese prototype lets couples send tactile communications.
Don't feel blindsided—Google surprised us all with its new Nexus devices, but its tablet is chock full of powerful, next-gen features.
Why decide between a smartphone and a small tablet? The Asus Padfone X Mini lets you enjoy both. It'll ship on October 23 through AT&T for $199 with a two-year contract.
Lenovo's new Yoga tablets will ship during the holiday season, and Ashton Kutcher has a hand in product development.
According to leaked news, Microsoft has made a Surface mini tablet but hasn't yet decided whether to sell it. Given the spare specs and anemic small-slate sales, the company's hesitation is understandable