The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 has just been officially announced. The price for this upcoming tablet has not yet been revealed, but given its feature set it's likely to be a mid-range model.
Details about the third-generation Galaxy Note phablet continue to surface. The 6-inch display on this model means it will really skirt the line between tablet and smartphone. More details are available from Brighthand.
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.
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.
There are surprisingly good tablets available at under $300. These can make a great gift for the Mom, Dad, or graduate in your life.
Facebook Home isn't avalable for tablets yet, but TechnologyGuide says don't be waiting eagerly.
Adobe Systems Incorporated has released a new set of data relating to online video and ad consumption at a conference held by the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas this week, and the results are impressive for mobile video.
The Samsung Galaxy Note will be hitting U.S. markets this week on Thursday, April 11, with a retail price of $400.
The Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National tees off April 11. Here's how you can catch the entire 2013 Masters Golf Tournament online and with apps. TechnologyGuide has all the details.
Large numbers of consumers are switching to tablets as their main computer, according to market-research firm Gartner. And the analysts say this isn't a temporary blip, but a long-term trend.
Details of an upcoming Android tablet from Samsung have leaved out. This will reportedly be the third model in the Galaxy Tab series, although the name is allegedly getting tweaked a bit.
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