Popular tablet news Articles for 2011
The Huawei S7 Slim tablet is a seven-inch Android 2.2 tablet and a single-core Snapdragon processor. It slots somewhere between the budget and big-name tablets on the tablet shelf. Find[...]
A recent survey on tablets in the enterprise has produced some surprising statistics. TabletPCReview spoke with one of the men behind the survey to gain some perspective on business and[...]
The previously-revealed Acer Iconia tablet is getting a 4G boost thanks to AT&T, the wireless carrier announced at CTIA this week.
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Tab 8.9 at CTIA in Orlando this morning, providing details about the latest addition to its tablet family.
Lenovo revealed the next generation of its ThinkPad line today, unveiling the ThinkPad X220 convertible tablet PC and X220 laptop.
Ricoh has developed a new enterprise-focused tablet that fills its own unique niche, and thusly creates a new term and class of eProduct. The Ricoh eQuill will be available this[...]
The Acer Iconia-6120 -- a dual-touchscreen "touchbook," as the manufacturer calls it -- is now available for pre-order and listed at a price point of $1,199.99.
Coming out of CES, things are starting to pick up with more news about the Notion Ink Adam tablet, iPad 2 rumors, and predictions about Google's dominance in the tablet[...]
For those of you who are still interested in a first generation iPad, the time to act is now. Corporate-owned Verizon retail stores are now unloading the last of their[...]
News has just come out about two anticipated, very different tablets from Fujitsu. Both will feature keyboards; however one will be a Windows 7 slider powered by an Intel Oak[...]
The biggest little stories from the industry today include Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 spec leaks, bad news from Acer, and six new HP TouchPad trademark filings.
The Mobile Word Congress is heating up, as Research In Motion announced two new 4G connection options for its anticipated BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. In addition to an already revealed WiMax[...]
Rumors regarding the release of an Amazon tablet gained credence after reports detailing the device leaked from component makers.
The most significant news this week was Google CEO Eric Schmidt passing the torch to Larry Page, but there's also news about the Toshiba Honeycomb tablet, HTC, Notion Ink Adam,[...]
Research in Motion (RIM) has officially confirmed that the BlackBerry PlayBook, which will run the BlackBerry Tablet OS, will be able to run certain Android apps, forming an intriguing alliance[...]
Contrary to previous reports, Archos has decided to release its two Gen 9 tablets prior to this year's IFA, with a slated release timeframe of June 2011.
Google has tried its hand at branding its own hardware in the past with smartphones, but now it seems that it may be turning its focus towards tablets.
2011, the year of the tablet, might see a market that is completely oversaturated with devices according to one analyst. Fred Hickey, of "The High-Tech Strategist" newsletter, feels that essentially[...]
Prior to today, nobody really knew (or at least remembered) that a Vizio tablet was in the works. However a recent leak from one of Wal-Mart's internal computer systems indicates[...]
Nvidia has no intention of stopping with its dual-core Tegra 2 chipset -- by the end of 2011, the company will have released two more additions to its Tegra family,[...]