Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
The first 64-bit tablets and smartphones with Android L could arrive as early as October.
The RealSense cameras will be able to assess facial expressions and scan 3D objects.
Barnes & Noble says, once again, that it's time for the company's retail shops and the Nook to split.
Microsoft's new tablet proved nearly impossible to pry open, and the super-thin glass cracked when it did. Replacing screws with adhesives make the device lighter, but harder to repair or upgrade.
The Toughpad line of mobile devices also offers built-in heaters to keep the products warm in freezing environments
An increased emphasis on wearables, the living room, and even cars will likely define the keynote of Google's annual developer conference.
The rumored tablet marks one of the first devices we've heard of to use the 64-bit version of Nvidia's mobile processor.
A must have in today's fast-paced world, tablets provide all the tools you need to work and play without weighing you down.
Versions with Core i3 and Core i7 chips may take two months to ship
The new tablets introduced by Samsung last week have two things going for them: the screens and the weight of the devices.
Forget waiting on hold: Amazon touts nearly instantaneous response times to support requests.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab has good hardware, but isn't a game-changing product.
Samsung unveiled a new tablet. Here's a closer look at some of its top features.
With a 2560 x 1600 OLED display boasting 90% Adobe RGB color coverage, Samsung says this is the best-looking tablet of all time.