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Microsoft Office still isn't available for iPad, but now HopTo fills the void

By reskinning Microsoft Office 2010's user interface and making documents available to a variety of cloud services, startup HopTo has set a high bar for Microsoft's eventual move to the iPad.

AMD's 2014 mobile roadmap is built around low power, security logic

If you're interested in buying an AMD-based notebook or tablet in 2014, you'll need to know three code names: Kaveri, plus the new Beema and Mullins chips.

5 tablet headaches retailers face (and how to cure them)

From payment security to poor connectivity, common challenges can undermine your tablet productivity.

Panasonic's gigantic 4K tablet will make your wallet weep in January

Panasonic's 4K tablet has a stunning screen, a stunning price tag, and finally, a firm release window.

Surface Pro 2 firmware update packs a big battery boost

Subpar endurance is the Surface Pro 2's biggest Achilles Heel—or at least it was before an update boasting beefy battery life improvements hit the airwaves.

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Hands On: Comcast's Xfinity TV Go app finally treats Android users like adults again

With the terrific new Comcast app, Android and iPhone users can finally enjoy a mix of live streaming, TV, and movies on their phones and tablets.

10-inch hybrid head-to-head: Asus Transformer T100 vs. Lenovo Miix 10

Add a keyboard, and these tablets come pretty close to delivering all the functionality of a notebook.

Transformer Book T100 review: This hybrid fills both its tablet and notebook roles well

You know a hybrid machine is living up to its promise when using Windows 8 is enjoyable and makes sense.

AT&T: Buy a phone, get a free tablet

The cell phone wars are heating up, thanks to a new offer from AT&T and Samsung. The deal: Buy a qualifying Samsung phone and sign up for a new contract from AT&T, and the network will give you a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 as a bonus.

Apple's tablet lead shrinks as Android gains momentum

Android tablets drove tablet sales growth in the third quarter of 2013. Apple’s iPad shipments were flat, and Windows tablets continued to struggle, according to two research reports.

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