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Wi-Fi is great, but if your tablet can connect to 4G cellular wireless networks you can have high-speed Internet access wherever you go. Here's what you need to know.
LG's first tablet in many months is on display at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, and we went hands-on with this mid-size Android model.
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.
After being out of the tablet market for years, LG has jumped back in with a mid-range device that offers very good features. Check out our full review to find[...]
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[...]
Microsoft revealed how the next version of Windows will change in response to complaints about its predecessor.
It's been a while since we've seen a tablet offering from LG, but it appears that the South Korean company has a Windows 8-based device in the works.
The Tab-Book LTE is a Windows 8 tablet PC. We got some hands-on time with it at MWC this week, and bring you a video.
The LTE version of LG's Windows 8 slider tablet, the Tab-Book, was strutting its spring-loaded stuff at MWC this week and we got a closer look.
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.
Phones are too small and tablets are too big, but Samsung and LG may soon have phones that transform into tablets thanks to a flexible display.
The LG G Pad 8.3 has been on the market a while, but Google has now introduced an alternate version that runs an unmodified version of Android 4.4 (KitKat).
Those considering the Google Nexus 7 might want to wait a bit, as rumors of its replacement are starting to circulate.
The number of tablets in use made by Apple, Samsung, and other top brands could exceed 285 million by the end of 2013, according to ABI Research.
Microsoft has decided to stop being cagy about the release date for Windows 8.1. The company has just revealed exactly when the updated version of its operating system for tablets[...]
LG Electronics announced today that they are putting tablets on the back burner in order to focus on the production of smaller devices such as smartphones.
LTE-enabled versions of Samsung's new super-size tablet and LG's latest mid-range model might launch from Verizon in just a few days.
LG has announced today that it has started mass production on what it calls the world's first flexible electronic paper display.
Unconfirmed reports that LG is considering getting back into the tablet business might bear fruit next month if the company really does introduce the rumored G Pad.
Google's line of tablets might be getting a new entry soon: a mid-size model made by LG.