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Samsung did more than just add inches with its new Galaxy Note 10.1. It packed in an updated Memo app with formula support as well as two high-end Adobe apps.[...]
Mobile World Congress 2012 featured quad-core tablets from Huawei, ASUS and Toshiba, and two sizes of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. TabletPCReview was able to test them all out for this[...]
No one can accuse ASUS of being boring. Its PadFone is an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink device that serves as a smartphone, tablet and netbook, complete with stylus that doubles as a phone[...]
That Samsung would unveil the Galaxy Note 10.1 at Mobile World Congress was a given, especially after signage promoting the large-screen Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 tablet was on display[...]
There are more smartphones rumored to debut at this Mobile World Congress than at any other in recent memory, which means tablets may play second fiddle in Barcelona. That doesn't[...]
Samsung announced the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 a few weeks ago, and now it will bring a 10.1-inch version to the market as well.
ASUS used its time at Mobile World Congress to not only reintroduce the ASUS PadFone, but also completely rebrand its Transformer series of Android tablets with keyboard docks.
Huawei is poised to make a big splash in the tablet market with its latest Android tablet, announced at Mobile World Congress 2012.
Microsoft released the consumer preview version of its highly-anticipated Windows 8 operating system today, which plays host to a number of tablet-friendly design features, especially within its Metro UI.
Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google's VP of engineering for mobile, suggested at Mobile World Congress on Monday that the next version of Android OS could be coming some time this fall.
Today, ZTE announced four Android-powered tablets to be released by the end of 2012: the PF 100, the T98, the V96, and the V9S.
Earlier today at the Mobile World Conference, Adobe released the first application from its Adobe Touch Apps suite: Photoshop Touch.