Toshiba gave the world a first look at its next tablet running Windows 8 Pro. The WT310 is going to have an unusually large display, a stylus, and an SSD.
WeatherBug has revamped its Android weather app to offer the same new safety and alert features as those recently added on the iOS side.
The two new mobile versions let users play 'Angry Birds' with Facebook friends on either iOS or Android devices. The apps also sync with the original PC game.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the Apple iPad is its lack of a memory card slot or a USB slot. The Kingston MobileLife Wireless is a new accessory that lets these tablets access the contents of a range of removable memory types. Video Demo Available
Smaller versions of the Microsoft Surface Windows tablets are going to be unveiled in late June, according to an unconfirmed report.
Adobe is working on a mobile iOS Lightroom app that will allow users to edit RAW photos from a tablet. Get more details from DigitalCameraReview.
Amazon has updated Kindle for iOS with new features aimed at making it easier for visually impaired people to access ebooks.
With Mothers' Day, Fathers' Day, and Graduation Season coming up, you might be looking for a gift for someone in your family. Let me suggest a tablet.
In the first three months of this year, Apple sold 19.5 million tablets. Of these, 64% were the new iPad mini.
Many Android users have long taken advantage of the benefits of Google Now, the search giant?s personal assistant app. There's now a version for the iPad, and TechnologyGuide says it's worth trying out.
HP recently introduced its first tablet running Google's Android. Some of the details of a follow-up model with a larger display have leaked out.
The Google Nexus 10 will be followed by an even larger version later this year, if an unconfirmed report is correct.
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