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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.
Throughout this year, there have been intermittent but persistent rumors that Nokia is developing a tablet. According to the most recent unconfirmed report, the debut of this is going to[...]
Even those who love their tablet should consider whether they could make it better by adding an external keyboard.
Nokia is reportedly developing its first Windows 8-powered tablet.
According to insiders, Nokia is looking to take a stab at the Microsoft Windows 8 tablet market by releasing their own later on this year.
Nokia, a company best known for its smartphones, has produced the Lumia 2520, a full-size, high-end tablet created for the consumer market. It runs Windows RT 8.1, the version of[...]
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.
For months, there has been speculation about Nokia creating its own tablet. Today, a Nokia official announced that the company is in fact developing a tablet.
Nokia may once again extend its reach beyond phones, as the company's CEO has made it clear that a tablet is a real possibility.
A day after it launched from Verizon, the Nokia Lumia 2520 has debuted from a second U.S. telecom, AT&T. This full-size Windows RT tablet supports the carriers' LTE networks.
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[...]
Nokia chairman Jorma Ollila recently said that the company will eventually launch a range of tablets and hybrid smart mobile devices.
Nokia is reportedly re-starting its project that will result in the smartphone company introducing a tablet running Windows RT.
Nokia is allegedly getting close to introducing its first tablet. Many of the details of this model, code-named Sirius, have leaked out.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 is going to see its U.S. debut next week, with an LTE-enabled version of this Windows RT 8.1 tablet launching on Nov. 22. Video
Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, says that his company is seriously considering releasing a tablet, although he stopped short of making any announcements.
Verizon has just become the first U.S. telecom to offer the Nokia Lumia 2520, a Windows RT tablet aimed at prosumers. Naturally, this version includes 4G LTE.
While neither BlackBerry or Nokia have actually announced plans to bring out a tablet, executives from both of these smartphone companies have hinted that it's a possibility.
Microsoft has finished the initial development of Windows 8.1 and has released it to the companies that will be producing tablets, laptops, and desktops running it.
Microsoft is going to acquire the Devices and Services division of Nokia, which means Microsoft is going into the smartphone business in a big way. But Nokia was also rumored[...]