Analysis 2013 Tablet Articles

Popular Analysis Articles for 2013

Your Next Touchscreen Might Not Require Touch

Leap Motion released a video this week giving the world an advanced look at its system for controlling a computer without touching it. This technology could be a boon to[...]

Top Classroom Note-Taking Apps for the iPad

Although it can't guarantee you an A+ in every class, the iPad might be just the note-taking tool you want. Here are seven note-taking apps that can make you a[...]

Don’t Buy Apple’s iPad 2

There's a very easy answer for those trying to decide between the new iPad Air and the older iPad 2.

Next-Gen Windows 8 Tablets Will Nearly Eliminate Windows RT

Windows 8 tablets with Intel's Bay Trail processor are going to offer performance and battery life that will drastically reduce demand for Windows RT.

It’s Time for the iPad to Go Pro

For many, the iPad isn't a toy but an important part of their job. It's high time Apple realized it.

Windows Tablets Will Outsell Laptops

In this editorial, TabletPCReview's Site Editor explains why he thinks the success of the Windows tablet category is inevitable.

Apple Could Release a $280 iPad mini This Fall

The release of a second-generation iPad mini is near. Even more significantly, a more affordable version of this tablet is likely to debut at the same time.

What Tablet News To Expect from Google I/O 2013

Google's annual developer conference kicks off on Wednesday with a three-hour keynote address. Here's everything tablet users should be looking forward too.

Delta, Jet Blue First to Allow Travelers to Use Tablets During Takeoffs and Landings

The FAA has officially rescinded the rule preventing the use of electronic devices below 10,000 feet. Delta and Jet Blue have quickly moved to allow this on their planes.

Apple iPad Users Generate More In-Home Data Traffic than Any Other Computer

iPad users are on the Web a lot when they are at home. This tablet generates more traffic than any other computer, according to a study of in-home broadband data[...]

‘Mobile’ for Tablets and Smartphones Is Not the Same as ‘Mobile’ for Laptops

In a guest editorial for BrianMadden.com, Colin Steele writes that the way in which a laptop is mobile and the way in which a smartphone or tablet is mobile are[...]