Head to Brighthand to get their first impressions of a phone that can turn into a tablet, the PadFone Infinity.
Apparently all that "Google Store" talk was nothing but hot air. Learn more from TechnologyGuide.
NTT DoCoMo stole a bit of Sony's thunder last month by announcing a version of the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, but today was the official global announcment of this Adroid tablet at MWC.
There are people who want to tablet that can make phone calls, so they only have to carry around one device. The newly-announced Asus FonePad was created for this group.
Lenovo starts off MWC with a bang revealing three new Android tablets, the 7-inch A1000 and A3000, and 10-inch S6000. All three android devices are expected to hit shelves in Q2 of 2013.
HP will soon release its first tablet running Google Android. The device, unveiled at MWC today, will have a 7-inch display and a remarkably low price of $170.
The best-known awards in the movie industry will be presented tonight, and ABC has put out the official Oscars app.
Samsung has carried through with a promise it made earlier -- it has unveiled a new tablet in the Note series with an 8-inch screen.
The types of computers that people buy is changing. Sales of tablets are surging even as interest in more traditional computers wanes, according to a report from IDC.
Sony announced its new PS4 console earlier this week. Along with the new system will come a new way to play with the Sony PlayStation App that will turn mobile devices into a second screen.
The newly-released ScreenShare Browser Pro lets you surf the Web on your Android tablet via an Internet-connected phone. But how well does it work?
The combined sales of games in the iOS App Store and Google Play narrowly exceeded handheld games in consumer spending last quarter. Brighthand has more information.
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