The Apple iPhone 5 was the biggest news coming out of today's event in San Francisco, CA, but Apple did reveal that iOS 6 will soon be available for the new iPad and iPad 2.
The Microsoft Surface tablet has drawn huge amounts of attention, but those who are interested in buying one will only be able to get one at a Microsoft store.
Our sister site NotebookReview has a hands-on preview with HP's first dockable tablet based on Windows 8. Don't miss this video preview of the ENVY x2.
Samsung's next tabletphone sets a high bar for the other exhibitors at this week's IFA. We go hands-on with this upcoming tabletphone.
Lenovo has just announced the addition of three new Android-powered tablets to its IdeaTab line, unveiling the 7-inch A2107, the 9-inch A2109 and the 10.1-inch S2110 at the consumer electronics show IFA in Berlin.
After much anticipation Samsung finally introduced the successor to the popular Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Note II today. The announcement was made at the Samsung Unpacked Event held at IFA, in Berlin.
Using the IFA stage in Berlin as an ideal platform to announce a slew of new products, Samsung has just took the wraps off the Series 5 and Series 7 tablets, two Microsoft Windows 8-powered slates that can convert from a tablet to a notebook thanks to a detachable keyboard.
ASUS has revealed two old faces with new names today, as it reintroduces the ASUS Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT, formerly known as Tablet 810 and Tablet 600. The device duo will both run on Windows 8 and will offer an optional QWERTY keyboard dock.
The doors to the IFA tradeshow will soon open. This has become famous for the launches of important mobile devices, like the first Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note.
Just days away from its official unveiling, the Samsung Galaxy Note II has been withdrawn from its mystery veil, with a Korean newspaper claiming to know all the goodies Sammy's next-generation tablet-smartphone will offer.
Samsung is the obvious loser in its patent lawsuit with Apple, although Google and its Android OS, as well as tablets, may also be in the line of fire.
The ruling has been handed down in the monumental patent-infringement lawsuit between Apple and Samsung. For the most part the U.S. court ruled in Apple's favor, but not when it came to tablet design. UPDATED
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