Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
The arrival of Windows 10 won't lead to a surge in PC sales, IDC predicts.
The 3D-sensing, world-mapping tablet can be yours for 2 to the 9th power dollars. Google loves developer humor.
The tablet looks like a blown-up G4 that runs a recent build of Android Lollipop.
The Trek HD will have Android 5.0, but get ready to subscribe to its mobile plans.
Every device starts out with a rough prototype, but it's rare to get a good look at the humble beginnings of a popular device.
The 7-inch tablet hasn't been refreshed since 2013, and has since been eclipsed by newer Nexus devices.
The Acer Iconia Tab 10 is targeted at the education space, while the Iconia Tab 8 touts a 'highly-accurate touch experience' and is only $149.
The Galaxy Tab A has rather mediocre specs, but at $230 it's a cheap way to score a decent Android tablet.
Microsoft says with Surface 3, customers wanted a "little sibling" to the Surface Pro 3
It's also slashing the price in half, though it will still set you back $512 to get the space-and-motion aware tablet.
The new model of the Venue 11 Pro tablet is slated for September or October.
The Venue runs Android 5.0 and is thinner and lighter, while the Surface 3 comes with Windows, Office and more ports.
New Chromebook laptops are giving ARM a new lease on life, even as the Windows RT devices they were supposedly targeted toward get phased out.