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+.
There is good news for those looking for a small, inexpensive tablet running Windows: Asus is planning just such a device.
HTC has been trying to break into the tablet business for years, and is reportedly going to give the upcoming version of Windows RT a try.
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.
Acer has recently announced tablets running Windows 8 and Android. The company won't be introducing anything with Windows RT until there's a new version of this operating system, however.
High-level Microsoft executives promised that their company will release Windows Blue later this year, tooling the update to respond to customer feedback about both Windows 8 and Windows RT. Get all the details from NotebookReview.
Intel unveiled its new Silvermont microarchitecture today. This will use the company's 22nm Tri-Gate SoC process, and will deliver three-times greater peak performance or the same performance at one-fifth less power than the current-generation Intel Atom processor core.
Amazon has accidentally revealed all the details of what is likely to be the first Windows 8 tablet with a mid-size display, the Acer Iconia W3.
Looking for a small and light alternative for a mouse? You should try the Genius Ring Mouse 2.
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