Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Good news! Microsoft's bringing Office to the iPad. Bad news: It won't be for a while.
A pair of the high-end models of the Surface 2 Pro tablets appear to be delayed, a week after Microsoft warns buyers to pre-order.
A new survey shows that only 8.7 percent of tablet buyers want to use the tablet as a replacement for their laptops.
When 340 high school students figured out how to remove mobile device management software from their iPads, they did more than gain access to social networks and banned websites. They exposed what can go wrong with Apple's approach to supporting companies and schools looking to deploy and manage thousands of iPads.
You'd still have to put your tray table up.
Dude you're getting a Dell Android tablet.
At a Monday night event at the Microsoft Store in Seattle, Panos Panay -- the Microsoft vice president in charge of the Surface -- suggested that multiple sizes of the company's tablet are in the works.
If you love eye candy, you'll find Sharp's Mebius slate absolutely delicious.
Consumers outside of China don't think of Lenovo much beyond laptops, but in that country the company has a wide reach. Explore the hidden—and larger—side of Lenovo.
The Mayday button in the Kindle Fire HDX is one of the more compelling features in Amazon's new tablet.
A poll hints at how the enterprise arena is slipping away from Microsoft, while acceptance for Android is growing and iOS is the number one priority.
Samsung has returned to the onerous practice of region locking with the Galaxy Note 3, and that means you'll need to shell out big bucks to use the tablet abroad.
Microsoft will hold back a smaller, consumption-focused version of the Surface tablet until it completes the Xbox One operating system.
Samsung announced its Solutions Exchange program Wednesday that will help companies write and deploy mobile applications on Samsung smartphones and tablets.
Loaded with more pixels than you'll know what to do with, the new Fire tablets also include 'X-Ray' features for second-screen TV viewing and a 'Mayday' button for real-time video tech support.