Popular Samsung Articles for 2014
The Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 is a full-size tablet at a mid-range price. It has unimpressive specifications at first glance but these are sufficient for a $350 device.
A highlight of Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 4 series is an attractive price-to-performance ratio, and this is especially true of the 7- and 8-inch models. Get an in-depth look at[...]
Sporting a spectacular screen, high-end specs and solid fundamentals, Samsung's latest answer to the iPad Air not only proves it's a contender, but that it can go toe-to-toe with any[...]
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S 10.5 costs almost twice as much as its Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 so it’s clearly the better model, but is it worth the extra money? Find[...]
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is one of the first mid-size tablets with a 1600 x 2560 display. It sports a beautiful OLED display, but is this more than[...]
Samsung has introduced a pair of tablets that appear quite similar but actually have significant differences. We bring you a comparison of the two so you can pick the one[...]
Samsung went big with the 12.2-inch version of the Galaxy Note. Is this stylus-driven tablet too much of a good thing? Read our review to find out.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook has the build and guts of a Galaxy Tab 4, but features a slight Nook software tweak. How does this $180 Android tablet compare[...]
Staples is holding a sale on several iOS, Android, and Windows tablets, lowering their prices by up to 20%.
Microsoft revealed how the next version of Windows will change in response to complaints about its predecessor.
The first tablet running Google's Chrome OS could be on the market soon, and it's possible this operating system will eventually supplant Android on large tablets.
Samsung's newest slate, the Galaxy Tab S, looks to be a catch-all for the mainstream. It'll be available in two sizes, both of which will have AMOLED screens.
Samsung's super-size Android tablet will include a new user interface, and is targeted at business users. We go hands-on with this upcoming device.
The wait for Samsung?s latest tablets is now over. Not only is the Galaxy Tab already for sale in three sizes, many retailers already offer some versions at discounted prices.
Samsung is taking a more-is-better approach to competing against Apple in the tablet market. The company has already released nine tablets this year, and that total is apparently about to[...]
2014 is gearing up to be the year of the 64-bit mobile processor, but what does that mean for the average tablet and smartphone user? Read on to find out.
Starting at 650 GBP, the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 will ship in the U.K. February 4. What does this mean for the U.S. price? UPDATED
The Galaxy NotePRO isn't the only mammoth tablet coming from Samsung. We go hands-on with the Galaxy TabPRO, which ditches the S Pen but keeps that giant, 12.2-inch display.
The only real drawback to LTE-enabled tablets is they cost more than WiFi-only ones. T-Mobile is going to erase this difference for its subscribers.
Hotspot 2.0 technology could allow tablets to act more like smartphones, connecting automatically to a huge array of Wi-Fi networks while on the go.