Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Amazon really, REALLY wants to get a Kindle Fire tablet in your hands, and it's no wonder why: Kindle owners spend gobs of cash on Amazon.com.
American shoppers are still eyeing tablets, but two-in-one devices may satisfy some.
Now we know why Amazon isn't too worried about profiting from Kindle hardware sales. Turns out owners of those devices are spending big bucks with the online retailer.
Maybe it's desperate, maybe it's disruptive, but nixing licensing fees for Windows Phone and Windows RT could encourage greater adoption of those platforms among hardware vendors. Whether it'll work is anyone's guess.
The app now lets you set up an away message or send off an attachment.
According to NPD, sales of familiar products -- TVs and tablets -- led the way on Black Friday, although emerging categories (headphones?!) also recorded strong showings.
Your carrier may frown on using your unlimited data as a hotspot, but there are a number of app-based ways to get your devices online.
We test hundreds of products during the year, but here are the five that we just can't stop talking about.
IDC is projecting Windows tablets to have a 10.2 percent market share by 2017, increasing from an expected 3 percent this year.
Hewlett-Packard's latest Android tablets come in a variety of screen sizes at prices ranging from $150 to $330.
Black Friday may be gone, but the deals keep coming, particularly for PC users.
Not every Cyber Monday deal is at hot, hot, hot as advertised. But we managed to find some worthy bargains on HDTVs, smartphones, cameras, tablets and more.
Tablets will out-ship almost all other PC form factors combined next year, forming nearly 50 percent of the total market, say analysts at Canalys.
Cyber Monday is an awkward solution to a shopping problem that no longer exists.