Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Surface Pro is a marked improvement over Surface RT, but the Windows 8 hybrid market is rapidly changing, so Microsoft's latest tablet may not be the device for you.
Acer's Atom-based Windows 8 tablet is great for video, if not books, and the docking station models are serviceable as netbook-sized laptops.
PCWorld's editors pinpoint the top tech products of 2012, in categories ranging from PCs to productivity software.
The fourth-generation iPad is the most powerful tablet Apple has shipped to date, providing screaming fast performance and graphics in the same 9.7-inch package.
Barnes & Noble's latest 7-inch tablet, the Nook HD, packs a high-resolution display—and the results are a visual delight.
The new operating system improves substantially on Windows 7, but Microsoft’s efforts to woo mobile-device users may leave traditional desktop PC owners feeling abandoned.
Asus' latest tablet is stylish and benefits from Microsoft Windows RT's strengths, but also trips up on some tablet basics.
Amazon's latest simplifies some aspects of using a tablet, but it falls short of the company's promise of being the best tablet at any price.
When it comes to mobile apps, the OS you're running them on can make a world of difference. Here are 10 apps that behave differently depending on whether you use them on Android or iOS.
With pen input and a highly customized version of Android 4.0, the Note 10.1 distinguishes itself in a crowded market.
Led by slates carrying Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor, Android tablets are highly competitive against Apple's iPad.