Popular tablet news Articles for 2010
Will 'tis be the season for tablets? Rumors are swirling of a holiday tablet rush, particularly at Best Buy, where Best Buy Mobile president Shawn Score claimed tablets will be[...]
Not all tablets and eReaders are fit for the classroom. Academics demand specific device specs, including screens large enough to properly display eTextbooks, note taking functionality and enough power to[...]
When will the Lenovo U1 hybrid laptop be released? Why the move from a Linux-based OS to Google Android? These are some of the questions we asked Lenovo in an[...]
Rumors are swirling that HP is readying a tablet/eReader device called the Zeen, outfitted with Android 2.1 plus the ability to print out eBooks on HP printers. Some of what's[...]
For tablet computer enthusiasts who believe the Apple iPad is not a true tablet, Liquidware enables them to put their money where their mouth is with a DIY tablet kit.
Toshiba's first tablet running Google's Android OS is going to be released in the next couple of months, according to an unconfirmed report. This is likely a version of a[...]
The big tablet news was news that wasn't, actually. On Monday, Steve Ballmer officially unveiled Windows Phone 7 with no mention of tablets. It seems Microsoft is sticking by Windows[...]
What kind of Black Friday deals can you expect for tablets? At least two are confirmed, and they involve the major players in the tablet game. Read on to find[...]
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[...]
With the December holidays unfolding and the dawn of 2011 just a few weeks away, news abounded this week about the iPad, NOOKColor and other existing tablets and devices, along[...]
How much money would you be willing to shell out for a tablet PC with a 10.4-inch XVGA (1024 x 768) LCD touchscreen display, single-cell lithium ion battery and internal[...]
For Web access in a pinch, free wireless hotspots are popping up fast at restaurants, parks, stores, hotels, airports, and a wide assortment of other public places. Read on to[...]
The tablet market was relatively calm this week as we await the unveiling of the next generation of Windows and Android tablets, not to mention the iPad, which is due[...]
Greetings from Taiwan and the Computex Taipei pre-show press event. Computex is held in early June and is one of the largest consumer technology expos in the world, rivaling CES[...]
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.
The reemerging tablet market is full of rumors, speculation and news bits that we may have missed. That's why each weekend, we round them all up for the Tablet News[...]
The Sierra Wireless Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot allows you to create your own personal hotspot wherever you are, connecting with up to five devices at once. Sprint currently offers the[...]
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[...]
Can readers plow through a book faster if it's on an iPad or Kindle? And, do readers prefer the iPad or eBook reader to the printed book? A survey by[...]
Best Buy CTO Robert Stephens took to Twitter and revealed a RocketFish-branded tablet, tweeting two photos of the device he referred to as a proto, short for prototype.