Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
How's that touchscreen keyboard working for you? These tools will help you become a fleeter-fingered typist.
HP's Pro Tablet 612 is being pitched as a laptop replacement, and will ship worldwide in September
The Transformer Book V is a smartphone, tablet, and laptop that can run both Windows and Android.
Intel's first tablet with the Broadwell chip is thinner than the iPad Air
Intel's low-power Core M products will be in tablets and hybrids by the end of this year.
Get a look at Acer's higher-end 8-inch Android tablet and its first wearable, the Liquid Leap fitness tracker.
The hybrid phone and tablet from Asus is intriguing, but clunky.
This 7-inch Android tablet introduced at Computex runs on a 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core processor and has some new practical software and camera features.
Dell's 8-inch Venue 8 tablet is a capable Android-based device for the price. It sports a full HD screen with a wide viewing angle, giving it a leg-up on cheaper products.
Dell's 2-in1 Inspiron machines bring a touch of table to a conventional laptop, but don't be mistaken. With the screen folded around, they end up as pretty heavy tablets so look elsewhere if you're primarily after tablet functionality.
Dell's Venue 7 and 8 have some of the latest display and wireless technologies seen in cheap Android tablets
Asus is testing the patience of Microsoft and Google once again with its Transformer Book V, which can run Android and Windows
Your tablet is a portable portal for watching movies anywhere you want. Here's how to get the most out of every one of them.
When inspiration is frustratingly out of reach, try one or more of these tips or tricks to bring it back home.
Tablet and laptop makers will also use the Taiwan trade show to highlight their latest products
Intel's deal with Rockchip shows its willingness to take on ARM in the low-cost tablet market
This week we go hands on with Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 and visit a start up that makes industrial robots that work alongside humans. Also, Fujitsu is putting its clean rooms to an interesting use.
People want smaller tablets and larger laptops, a prominent retail analyst says, not a 12-inch display.