Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
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.
HP promised easy printing with the HP TouchPad. We put the tablet through our tests to see how it handles output.
For under $100, the latest addition to Monsoon Multimedia's line of place-shifting products lets you stream decent versions of live or recorded TV from your set-top box to any Internet-connected PC, Mac, or iPad, or to an Android, Blackberry, or iPhone smartphone.
For students, whether to choose a laptop or a tablet may not be obvious. But in some campus scenarios, one device may have an edge over the other.
The first WebOS tablet gets some things right, but stumbles more than it succeeds.
Testing shows that the Apple iPad 2 surpasses other contenders in display quality, but it still has room for improvement.
We use our time machine to take a look at upcoming Android devices.