Don't-Miss Tablet Stories
Take the phone out of a top-notch Samsung phone and you get the Galaxy Player 4.2. It's an excellent media player and casual gaming device wrapped up in one of the nicest packages to date.
Samsung's Galaxy player 3.6 provides a lower-priced, Android-powered alternative to the iPod Touch, but its screen and audio quality come up short.
BullGuard provides good antivirus and parental controls, but the app's backup features could be improved.
Logitech's Keyboard Case for the iPad is unique in the way it fits over the front of the iPad for travel, but the keys aren't as nice as on some other keyboards.
Apple’s current iPad is slightly thicker than its predecessor--enough so that old keyboard cases don’t fit quite right. These cases with built-in keyboards are designed specifically to accommodate the third-gen iPad.
The rubberized keys take some getting used to, but at least you won't be afraid to take this keyboard case to the coffee shop.
I looked at the major subscription services--Mog, Rdio, Rhapsody, Slacker, and Spotify--to see how they shake out and which might be the best fit for you.
The Apple iPad 2 and the Asus Transformer Pad TF300 are highly competitive, but the Acer Iconia Tab A200 falls behind.
The addition of an LED light source turns the Nook Simple Touch into the must-have e-reader for bookworms.
Android 4.0 and useful features such as a built-in infrared port highlight this 7-inch value-tablet standout.
This Android 4.0 tablet packs plenty of storage, but it makes a few sacrifices to achieve its value price.
This is the lightest 10-inch-size tablet on the market so far, but its sluggish performance and disappointing display mar the experience.
Services such as CloudOn, Nivio, and OnLive are bringing full-blown Office apps to iPads and other mobile devices.