J.D. Power has conducted its second annual survey of satisfaction among tablet owners. As happened last year, Apple topped the list.
The wait is over for HP's first Android-based tablet, the Slate 7. At just $170, this is among the most affordable tablets from a name-brand company on the market.
There's a new version of the Dell XPS 10 that adds built-in very high-speed wireless networking for easy Internet access on the go.
What could be so bad about a startup that two of the big four TV networks are threatening to go off the airwaves because of it?
No less a source than the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Samsung is prepping another 8-inch tablet for release early this summer.
People are buying tablets running Google's Android by the million, but the lack of tablet-optimized versions of applications that are available for the smartphones is a frequently-heard complaint. Google is working to change that.
With the release of an iOS edition of LEGO Batman: DC Superheroes, the Dark Avenger is heading to the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch in full LEGO goodness.
There are surprisingly good tablets available at under $300. These can make a great gift for the Mom, Dad, or graduate in your life.
The Microsoft Surface Pro went up for sale in February, but since then, this Windows 8 tablet has been available in just a handful of countries. That's going to change soon.
Tablet shipments worldwide set a new record in the first quarter of this year. Apple remains on top of the market, but Android and Windows are coming on strong.
Thanks to its easy portability, the iPad is a great tool for creating and delivering business presentations. Here are nine cool presentation apps for the iPad.
There has been tremendous speculation about when Apple will introduce its next tablet. There is official word from no less a luminary than Apple's CEO.
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