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But don't forget: The second generation of Surface tablets is coming soon.
It’s the end of one era and the beginning of another: According to research from IDC, shipments of tablets are destined to surpass those of all PCs in the fourth quarter of the year.
Now you can pay a monthly fee to get a little more help with your device.
Sony's Xperia Tablet Z: Kitchen Edition comes with everything but the proverbial sink.
Asustek unveiled a new $349 Windows 8.1 tablet called the Transformer Book T100, which runs on Intel's Atom chip code-named Bay Trail.
Intel executives said Wednesday that the first Bay Trail tablets will use only the 32-bit version of Windows 8.1, despite 64-bit support on the chip.
Dell showed on Wednesday a new Windows 8.1 tablet called Venue, a brand name for mobile devices the PC maker abandoned when it discontinued shipment of smartphones early last year.
As Apple and Wal-Mart enter the trade-in market, NextWorth ups its game, anticipating swarms of older phones being traded by users to fund new iPhones.
Promising faster performance, longer battery life, and cheaper prices, the new chips can run Android or Windows and will power $199 tablets.
Intel launched its Intel Developer Forum Tuesday by announcing a new line of Quark embedded chips, while showing off PCs running next-generation "Bay Trail" Atom and "Broadwell" Core chips.
Deep discounts are helping push the first Surface generation off the shelves, but the next generation's going to have to do better than that. Here's our wish list for the second time around.
Panasonic and Acer believe bigger is better when it comes to tablets and all-in-ones. This video report from the IFA consumer electronics show looks at Panasonic's 20-inch 4K tablet and Acer's 24-inch all-in-one.