Most Popular CTIA Articles
Samsung must have put the Galaxy Tab 8.9 on Nutrisystem, because the prototype the company showed off at CTIA is a thin tablet - a very thin tablet. TabletPCReview spent[...]
It seemed that in the age of the iPad, there was no longer room for pen-powered tablets, sans a handful of Windows 7 convertibles and slates. HTC is hoping to[...]
Samsung has sent out an email teasing a Honeycomb tablet for the CTIA tradeshow on March 22. The teaser, which asks, "What's Your Tab Life?" also features the numbers "78910,"[...]
The previously-revealed Acer Iconia tablet is getting a 4G boost thanks to AT&T, the wireless carrier announced at CTIA this week.
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Tab 8.9 at CTIA in Orlando this morning, providing details about the latest addition to its tablet family.
What's Intel doing at CTIA when most smartphones and tablets feature ARM chips? TabletPCReview decided to pay the processor maker a visit. Find out what we learned and why your[...]
There will be tablets at the upcoming CTIA wireless tradeshow, and according to CTIA VP Rob Mesirow, a "significant" new tablet will be unveiled. What will it be?
Though not confirmed by Samsung, we are extremely confident an 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab will debut at CTIA 2011, more so now that Samsung has released a teaser image on its[...]
Despite a dearth of new device announcements, there were plenty next-generation tablets and unique devices on display at CTIA 2012 in New Orleans. TabletPCReview hunted them all down for valuable[...]
It seemed like HTC had quietly ditched the Flyer moniker, which had been all over the tablet at the Mobile World Congress, for the U.S. market. However it turns out[...]
Sprint has something big lined up for CTIA, but aside from a teaser promising Sprint will pull "back the curtain with the latest wireless innovation" at the wireless tradeshow, details[...]
Sprint has just finished unveiling the HTC EVO View 7-inch Android tablet, releasing full product details and a ton of information on the device during a CTIA showcase event.
News of the Amazon Kindle Fire has burned less than a week, and tablet makers are already feeling the heat and lowering prices in response to the $200 Amazon tablet.[...]
The BlackBerry PlayBook from Research in Motion has found a home, and it will be at over 20,000 retail outlets across the US and Canada.
Tablets hogged the spotlight at both CES and Mobile World Congress; can the product steal the show at CTIA as well? Well, if early leaks and rumors pan out, there[...]
CTIA kicks off Tuesday in New Orleans, and if any major tech company has a tablet launch planned for the wireless industry tradeshow, it's the best kept secret in technology.
There's been no official confirmation yet, but rumor has it that the LG G-Slate will be released by T-Mobile on April 20.
Details have emerged regarding the specifications of an upcoming FireFox OS tablet, which is expected to be released in the near future.