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.
Asus has released a "teaser" video giving a glimpse of some of the products it intends to reveal at Computex next month. One of these is a tablet with a stylus. With Video
Although Wi-Fi-only tablets are the most popular now, use of models with built-in 4G LTE will expand rapidly in the next five years, according to Strategy Analytics.
Google has just announced that it is going to allow companies to create channels that they charge a subscription fee to view. This will put YouTube in competition with services like Netflis and Hulu+.
Through an app update, Google Earth for Android now includes Street View, 3D driving and walking directions and other new features.
Comics aren't just on paper any more. Marvel offers a subscription service that gives unlimited access to over 13,000 issues of its classic and newer titles. An Android app that gives access to this service has just been released.
Microsoft is reportedly trying to purchase the digital ecosystem of Nook Media LLC for $1 billion. This news comes as Barnes & Noble is allegedly going to cease production of the Nook line of Android tablets. TechnologyGuide has more information.
Samsung's latest tablet is the Galaxy Note 8.0. Watch this video from TabletPCReview showing off the features of this hot new model.
The recently-released HP Slate 7 has been listed as "Out of Stock" on HP website for the past few days. But it is now, once again, available to order.
LG released several tablets in the past few years, but none of these have done well. Nevertheless, a report coming out of Korea indicates that the company is considering giving it another go.
We've seen more innovation from PC manufacturers in the last year than in the last ten combined - and it's all thanks to mobile. Learn more from DesktopReview.
The U.S. release of the Sony Xperia Tablet Z is now scheduled to happen in a few weeks. This will bring this high-end Android model to the U.S. on schedule.
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