Google is making a change that gives users of some of its services more flexibility. This will result in many having more storage capacity for their favorites.
Liquavista, a company that makes low-lower color screens, has just been purchased by Amazon, a move that is widely expected to lead to a Kindle ebook reader with a color screen.
Google's annual developer conference kicks off on Wednesday with a three-hour keynote address. Here's everything tablet users should be looking forward too.
Remember the Motorola Xoom? Back in early 2011, it was the very first tablet with Android 3.0. Despite its age, Verizon and Motorola haven't given up on it, and are about to release an operating system upgrade.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 debuted last month, and this is apparently soon going to be followed by the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, which is likely to be a less-expensive version of this Android tablet.
Beginning this week, ABC will begin offering live-streaming on its iOS app to cable and satellite subscribers. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
Bekin has a keyboard case that literally turns Apple's tablet into a laptop. Is this accessory right for your iPad? Read this review to find out.
Curious what others are doing with their tablets? A survey has found the most popular uses for these devices, as well as the features that almost never get used.
Windows 8 tablets with Intel's Bay Trail processor are going to offer performance and battery life that will drastically reduce demand for Windows RT.
The streaming video service Hulu is owned by a trio of companies, but it might be bought out. A number of companies are considering making bids.
Apple has emerged victorious from a lawsuit centering on the name of its eReader app.
The original Google Nexus 7 was announced at Google I/O last year, and the wraps are expected to come off a follow-up model in just a few days at this company's developer conference. Expect upgraded features, but not an upgraded price.
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