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Samsung Design America, based in San Francisco, says it taps into startup culture for insights
To reach more customers, AT&T will offer tablet users a $5 day-pass for mobile data; it's also offering a $25 prepaid plan for 1GB of data over three months.
A 5G mobile standard isn’t in formal development yet and isn’t likely to be in commercial networks until 2020, according to an industry executive. However, 5G should deliver 10 times the speed of 4G.
Today LG Electronics announced that its latest tablet, the LG G Pad 8.3, is officially available for sale in the U.S.
The next version of Samsung's Knox security software will offer more features and work on more devices, the company says.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX may be an absolutely stunning slate, but under the hood, iFixit says it's a repairability nightmare.
The first Bay Trail tablets that have already been announced run on Windows 8.1 and start at $299. New tablets running Android will be in stores by Thanksgiving weekend, said Intel's CEO.
Two fall Apple events are better than one! The folks from Cupertino will show off something new next week on October 22.
The Scottish Government plans to roll out Windows 8 tablet PCs from several vendors to key civil servants for use on the job.
Revenue from mobile ads and searches more than doubled in the first half of 2013, reaching $3 billion, as advertisers began seeing value in offering ads over tablets and smartphones.
With PC sales flagging, the underlying confidence in tech is mostly due to growth in the the software arena and tablets.
The tablets, with starting prices from $299 to $350, include Dell’s Venue 8 Pro, Toshiba’s Encore, and Asustek’s Transformer Book T100.
The catch? You'll be paid in store credit.