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The Google Nexus 7 has arrived, and with it comes a new standard for consumption tablets: a low price point combined with high-end specs to offer the smoothest media experience[...]
This much we know. HP is readying a webOS-based tablet unofficially dubbed the PalmPad for release early next year. Things get very muddled, however, when the talk turns to HP's[...]
It's not a BlackPad, and it's certainly not a SurfBook. RIM has puts those BlackBerry tablet rumors to sleep by unveiling the PlayBook, a seven-inch tablet (1024 x 600) sporting[...]
The PDA market is dead, murdered by the smartphone. With the Eee Note, it seems Asus is betting that it can reemerge somewhere in the cracks between the eReader and[...]
The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab will finally make its way to American storefronts on November 11 -- at least the Verizon version. The Android tablet will begin selling for $600[...]
Samsung has high hopes for the Galaxy Note 10.1, considering the 5.3-inch version sold so well. Now they've redesigned that device to make it a top-of-the-line Android tablet.
In rolling out the new BlackBerry PlayBook this week, RIM co-CEO Michael Lazaridis dubbed the long-rumored device "the world's first professional tablet." And while the PlayBook sports a lengthy list[...]
RIM dominated tablet news this week with the unveiling of the long-rumored BlackBerry tablet, a device RIM describes as "enterprise ready," which they call the PlayBook. Let's take a look[...]
Samsung is the obvious loser in its patent lawsuit with Apple, although Google and its Android OS, as well as tablets, may also be in the line of fire. [...]
A spec sheet for the HP webOS tablet has leaked, revealing key details about the PalmPad, including its official unveiling at CES 2011.
With no major launches or announcement, rumors and leaks dominated the tablet news this week, including the reasons why RIM missed a Christmas launch for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, a[...]
Motorola is reportedly going to introduce its first tablet computer running Google's Android OS late this fall. At this point, details are scanty, but this device will supposedly have a[...]
HP recently filed a trademark for the term "PALMPAD" leading to speculation the company has revealed the name of their rumored webOS-powered tablet. Update: Sources now claim the PalmPad will[...]
Microsoft has shed some light about when and how Office 2013 will become available for RT devices, as well as some of the differences between the RT and x86/x64 versions.
Dell today announced the Streak, their 5-inch tablet/smartphone, will be available for order Friday and will cost $300 with a two-year AT&T contract, $550 without.
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Tab 8.9 at CTIA in Orlando this morning, providing details about the latest addition to its tablet family.
The specs of the BlackBerry PlayBook may have sounded good on paper, but they're proving to be too much for the battery to handle.
Finally, an HP exec goes on the record with some solid tablet news. HP VP Todd Bradley said during HP's Q3 earnings call that the company plans a Q1 release[...]
Don't hold your breath waiting for a Windows Phone 7 tablet, especially if Microsoft product manager Greg Sullivan is to be believed.
Sprint has plans to add more variety to its selection of 4G devices, as the company's president of business markets Paget Alves recently stated in an interview with Forbes that[...]