Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Intel shipped 46 million tablet chips in 2014, exceeding its goal of 40 million
Fuhu, known for its diverse array of kid-focused tablets, has designed a new line of impossibly large 'tablets' for when the children go to bed. Sorry, Billy, these are for the big kids.
Don't worry about losing your fan with Lenovo's new Tablet 2 because you can use a pencil, pen or any conductive devices to write on it.
Dell introduced the slimmer and faster XPS 13 at CES. The laptop has a 13.3-inch screen, but a frame-size close to that of an 11.6-inch MacBook Air. Dell also announced its super-thin Venue 8 tablet is now on sale and Alienware 15- and 17-inch gaming laptops are getting an upgrade.
We went hands-on with Asus's new PC convertibles that run Windows 8.1
The Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint previews for your Android tablet are now available to download from the Google Play store, even if you don't have an invite.
The bet on solid, mid-range handsets is paying off for the Taiwanese company.
If you put a billion Venue 8 7000 Series tablets end to end, you'd have a lot of Venue 8 7000 tablets.
Toshiba's new Windows tablets and convertibles embrace pens over touch alone.
Intel's 14nm chips for Android and Windows tablets are now shipping, promising next-generation improvements in performance and battery life.
The annual trade show isn't normally Android focused, but rumors point to surprise device launches.
Jolla promises to start shipping its Sailfish OS tablets in the second quarter of 2015.
HP, Toshiba and E-Fun are selling Windows tablets for under $100 with 7-inch and 8-inch screens
The University of Sierra Leone turns to online learning while nonprofit Rumie sends tablets to Liberia
Tablet shipments will increase by just 7.2 percent this year, compared to 52.5 percent in 2013.