By Sarah White | Thursday, April 17, 2014
The Lenovo Thinkpad 8 and Dell Venue 8 Pro appear to be very similar 8-inch Windows tablets, but when pitted against each other, which one comes out on top?
If Intel wants to stop its revenue slide, it needs to get its chips used in more Android tablets, as sales of Windows-based tablets are anemic.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't incorporated into the iOS. Not all Android users can be as sanguine, however.
The first major update for Windows 8.1 is available to download, and it comes with a number of user interface (UI) improvements that tablet users should be aware of.
Apple offers the new iPad Air for $500, while the older iPad 4 is available for $100 less. Is the newer model worth the extra money? Find out in this comparision.
Everyone running Windows 8.1 should install a major update released today, even though this doesn't bring major new features for tablet users.
Lightroom mobile, which has just been added to Adobe's Creative Cloud family, allows users to access and edit images on an Apple iPad using failiar tools. Details are available from DigitalCameraReview.
Qualcomm is throwing down the gauntlet with its next generation of Snapdragon 800 series SoC's, advanced 64-bit processors that will power future cutting-edge tablets and phones.
Sharkk's keyboard cover for the iPad Air sets itself apart with a design that lets users easily flip between landscape and portrait orientations.
Looking for an extra reason to get a mid-size Windows tablet? How about a free version of Office that you can use on any computer?
Sony's newly-announced Digital Paper will allows users to make notes directly on its large, e-paper screen using a handy stylus which will function as a pen, highlighter, and eraser.
Both the Asus VivoTab Note 8 and Surface Pro 2 have pressure-sensitive Wacom stylus pens. So, do you need the $900 Pro 2, or is the $330 VivoTab Note 8 good enough?
The iPad and Android dominate the battle for tablet marketshare, while Windows is barely a blip. Microsoft is doing everything it can to change that, however, even giving Windows away to companies that make a certain type of device.
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