Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Sony is fashionably late to the Android tablet party--but its gamble may just pay off.
Here are 10 apps for the Apple iPad that will turn your tablet into an academic powerhouse and give you a better grip on your school year.
Aluratek's budget Android-based ebook reader bundles some useful extras, but falls flat in usability.
The Bookeen Cybook Orizon boasts a first-rate touchscreen e-paper display, but its Wi-Fi connectivity, browser, and integrated bookstore need a makeover for it to succeed.
This e-reader retains the pleasing design and generous font options of its predecessor, but it remains pricey for a reader that lacks now-standard features.
Lenovo’s first tablet has an appealing design and some unique and useful customizations to Android that distinguish it from the crowd.
Here is an up-close peek at Sony’s innovative S1 and S2 tablets for sale later this year.
The Thrive from Toshiba is the first tablet to fully harness the interoperable power of Android, but it falls short in some key design points.
Cisco aims to transform how you work and collaborate with its new tablet, the Cius.