Early adopters of the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet have discovered that Adobe Photoshop doesn't fully support the stylus that comes with this tablet. That might change soon.
Reports are coming in the Google has started to send out a new version of the Android OS to its Nexus tablets. This appears to be just a "bug fix" update, however.
Imagine being connected to the Internet at all times and not having to pay a wireless carrier to do so? Well, that's what the FCC is looking to do, following a report that the organization wants to create a nationwide Wi-Fi network for public spaces.
Apple will be just as accepted in the enterprise as Microsoft by 2014, if a recent study by tech research company Gartner is to be believed. TechnologyGuide has more information.
Windows Emulator WINE is coming to Google's Android operating system. The app will allow users to run Windows-based applications on their tablets and smartphones.
Although the iPad mini is selling well, there's one area where this tablet has drawn criticism: the low-resolution screen. However, there is growing evidence that the second-generation version is going to have a much higher-res one.
Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia, says that his company is seriously considering releasing a tablet, although he stopped short of making any announcements.
The iPad was unveiled Jan. 2010, and was pronounced dead on arrival. Instead, this device went on to create today's flourishing tablet market.
Apple is doubling the capacity of the largest iPad. A version with 128GB of storage is going to hit the market in a few days.
Apple is reportedly going to tweak its tablet offerings, possible adding a 128GB version of the iPad 4.
Sony's next high-end tablet has just stopped being a rumor -- the Xperia Tablet Z has been officially unveiled in its maker's home country.
The head of Samsung's mobile division just outed the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, a tablet that's set be introduced next month.
more than 100 focused websites providing quick access to a deep store of
news, advice and analysis about the technologies, products and processes crucial
to the jobs of IT pros.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright 2000 - 2013, TechTarget | Read our Privacy Statement