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How To Clean Your Tablet’s Screen

Fingerprints on the display are an inevitable part of using a tablet. Here’s how to clean the screen… and, just as important, how not to.

HTC Flyer Review

The HTC Flyer is a different kind of tablet. Instead of sporting Honeycomb and the same specs as the rest of the current Android lineup, HTC instead released a 7-inch[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 vs. HTC Nexus 9

Those in the market for an Android tablet with a large screen but not a large price might be trying to decide between either Samsung’s recently released Galaxy Tab A[...]

How To Sell Used Tablets for Cash

With the holidays behind us, those who upgraded to a new tablet now have an old one that they might like to turn into cash to pay off credit card[...]

Samsung, HTC, and Dell Tablets Get Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Upgrades

Several popular tablets have received upgrades to Android 5.0.2 recently. Many of these devices are getting their first taste of the Lollipop version of this operating system.

HTC Nexus 9 Review

The Nexus 9 has a number of firsts: it's one of the first devices of any type with Android 5.0 Lollipop, it's HTC's first tablet in years, and it's the[...]

HTC Shift Review

After spending a week with the HTC Shift we really got a chance to see what it can do. This tiny tablet is quite the power house. I had no[...]

Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Tablets Review

There are significant changes in the newest version of Google's mobile operating system, and we highlight the most important ones to tablet users in this review.

HTC Flyer First Look

The HTC Flyer won't debut for a while, but TabletPCReview was able to get its very own Flyer well ahead of schedule, and we've given it a good once over.[...]

HTC EVO View 4G Review

The HTC EVO View 4G is a 7-inch Android tablet that is the first to support Sprint's 4G WiMAX network. Outside of the 4G, it's the second device to sport[...]

HTC Announces Flyer Android Tablet with Stylus Support

Finally, HTC has entered the tablet market at Mobile World Congress with the HTC Flyer Android tablet, which combines what HTC calls "natural touch and pen interaction" with Google Android[...]

HTC EVO View 4G Hands On

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[...]

HTC Flyer Hands On

Even though Mobile World Congress 2011 is nearing its end, HTC made a splash, as the EVO maker launched its first tablet, an Android-powered device dubbed "Flyer". Sporting an N-trig[...]

Google Android N for Tablets Preview: Split-Screen Multitasking (Finally!) & More

UPDATED: Google has released a third beta of Android N, the upcoming version of its tablet operating system, and we've put it to the test.

Will Quantum Dot LEDs Show Up in Tablets or Phones?

Quantum dot LEDs look better than traditional LCDs, and are cheaper than OLEs. Any chance we'll soon see them in tablets?

HTC Shift First Look Review

We finally got our hands on the HTC Shift. This tiny tablet is quite the power house. I had no problems surfing the Internet with it or navigating through applications.[...]

Acer Iconia A500 and HTC Flyer On Sale at Best Buy

Two new Wi-Fi only Android tablets are coming to Best Buy, as sales of the Acer Iconia A500 have already begun, and the HTC Flyer is extremely close behind.

Rumor Round Up: HTC Working on Android Tablet, RIM Files SurfBook Application

Further rumors regarding an HTC Android tablet surfaced this week, including possible specs. Also, BlackBerry maker RIM filed an application for the term "SurfBook" with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

Samsung Heads to IFA with New Galaxy Tab and a Mystery Device

The biggest consumer electronics trade show in Europe, IFA, will open its doors in Berlin on September 2. Samsung is expected to lead with a new Galaxy Tab and the[...]

USB Type-C Will Eventually Make Charging Your Tablet Simpler and Faster

Over the long term USB Type-C is going to make life easier for everyone. It’s probably going to be a bit of a hassle in the short term, however.