Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
While Microsoft was busy showing off Windows 8.1 to a crowd of journalists at an invite-only event Tuesday, it snuck in an all-too-brief preview of modern-style Office apps.
Sony announces new high-end products in the Xperia Z line.
While mobile payments transform financial life in many less developed countries, retailers and payment providers in the U.S. and Europe are still trying to find the right incentives to drive adoption.
Samsung seems to be playing it safe with the latest entries in the once-vaunted Galaxy Tab lineup.
Intel now looks to the Android operating system as it breaks away from years of optimizing its top line of Core PC processors--including the recently launched Haswell processors--chiefly for Windows.
Vizio finally is shipping its first Windows 8 tablet, six long months after it debuted at CES. The Vizio 11.6” Windows 8 Tablet PC is now available for $600 but, if you're seriously considering a Windows 8 tablet right now, the best thing to do is wait.
Samsung is the hero that Windows 8 tablets need but don't deserve.
Lenovo is bringing another Windows 8 tablet to market -- this one made with keyboard cover in mind -- along with five new touch-based laptops that are slated to arrive globally in July and August.
Join the tablet revolution. Windows 8 tablets are light and thin enough to take anywhere, and powerful enough to use for work.
Samsung expands its Ativ line with new tablets, thin-and-light laptops, and just a touch of Android.
A Snapdragon 800 processor could give the Surface RT slate LTE capabilities and a big performance shot in the ARM (get it?), but Windows RT won't shine until some software woes are addressed.
The shift toward smaller tablets will accelerate in the second half of the year when a slew of tablet makers, including Apple, introduce new models with screens 8-in. or smaller, said Richard Shim, an analyst with DisplaySearch.
Qualcomm allowed journalists to run some benchmarks on its upcoming Qualcomm SnapDragon 800 chip. But how will battery life fare?
Stereotypes be damned. A recent survey found that women above the age of 18 make up significantly more of the gaming population than boys below the age of 17.