By Jamison Cush | Wednesday, December 11, 2013
The Microsoft Surface Pro 2 may be a tablet, but it has powerful notebook specs and a high notebook price. Its combination of power and mobility is unmatched in the market. So, it has to be the ultimate tablet device, right?
The LG G Pad 8.3 has been on the market a while, but Google has now introduced an alternate version that runs an unmodified version of Android 4.4 (KitKat).
Enterprise mobility has taken many shapes and sizes in 2013, and it will continue to evolve through 2014. SearchConsumerization has predictions from five experts on what to expect.
While a laptop can't be converted into a tablet, the ZAGGkeys Folio Keyboard can turn your Apple iPad Air into an ultraportable notebook computer.
The first incremental update to KitKat, Android 4.4.1, has been making its way to Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 devices. Now, though, it looks like Android 4.4.1 is about to be replaced by another update, 4.4.2. UPDATED
Mobility and the cloud can make it easier for workers to stay connected from the road, and to be more productive on business trips. SearchConsumerization has suggestions for apps that help you make the most of your precious time.
Microsoft is going to hold a massive sale on the Dell Venue 8 Pro this Monday, but the deal will only be for the earliest of early birds.
This week, regulatory agencies in the U.S. and Europe have signed off on Microsoft's plan to buy Nokia. The deal is now expected to close next year.
Our memories aren't perfect; that's why we forget passwords. In this guide, NotebookReview show you how to reset a Windows 8 or 8.1 password for both local and Microsoft accounts.
Apple and Foxconn have developed a number of prototypes of 12.9-inch iPad models, and will release two tablets in this size next year, if an unconfirmed report is correct.
BlackBerry wants you to know (again) that it isn't dead, and it's launched a more crossplatform-oriented version of BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) to prove this.
Our latest list of top trending tablets, based on reader popularity. Find out which models are most interesting to our readers.
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