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In a twist, processors designed for consumer PCs outperform Intel's expectations, while the usually reliable Xeon chips fall short.
It's probably aimed at the developing world, but everyone deserves a front facing camera, no matter where they live.
The Sharp RW-16G1 is a portly portable with a pixelicious display.
The Galaxy Tab3 Lite has a 2-megapixel camera and a 1024 by 600 pixel screen
The company's mobile broadband will now work on Sprint's sprawling 3G network, with LTE coming down the line. And it may be a good deal for some customers.
Imagine holding your Surface tablet in front of you while asking for directions.
Researchers from security firm Malwarebytes spotted a tech support scam targeting smartphone and tablet users, while the Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about scams offering tech support refunds.
After trailing iPads and Android tablets in 2013, analysts predict Windows 8 tablets will surge from a distant third place to lead the way into businesses.
Tech vendors are creating tablets with more specialized designs
Maybe bigger isn't always better?
Long-time PC and tablet mainstay finally brings a smartphone to the United States market—and it's full of Asus' trademark quirkiness.
In addition to its first all-in-one to run Android 4.3 instead of Windows, the company also announced several new Windows laptops and desktops at CES.
Acer's new touchscreen Chromebook is an awful lot like its other touchscreen Chromebook, but it's white.
As we gear up for the onslaught of shiny gadgets and slick apps from CES 2014, we wonder: What happened to the tech that caught our attention at CES 2013?
Well, that's embarrassing.