Apparently, Microsoft is ready to enter the mini-tablet market. The Wall Street Journal reported that Microsoft is planning on developing a new 7-inch Surface tablet, expected to go into mass production later this year. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.com.
Featuring a 10.1-inch LCD touchscreen and NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M LE graphics, the Razer Edge Pro tablet brings advanced, on-the-go gaming with powerful hardware and little compromise. Want to see it in action? Check out our video review.
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.
While a large majority of companies have already deployed software for the Apple iPad, there's also strong interest in the Android-based tablets as well as the Microsoft Surface.
The forthcoming Windows Blue upgrade to Windows 8 will officially be called Windows 8.1. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
HTC is going to release a tablet running Windows 8 later this year, according to an unconfirmed report. This will be the company's first tablet in years.
Windows 8 is good - but some of us can't get past the lack of a Start button. DesktopReview has a list of programs that'll let you get it back.
How about a portable 802.11n access point/router you can hold in your hand? NotebookReview has a review.
Microsoft has reduced the required screen resolution for a Windows-based tablets, a move which might be in preparation for 7- or 8-inch models running this operating system.
An unconfirmed report coming out of Asia indicates that Windows RT is going to be brought to an end later this year. Whether that means a name change or dropping the whole product is not clear.
In an effort to increase popularity and use of the Nook app for Windows 8, Barnes & Nobles is offering five free books and five free magazines to users of this OS. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
A high-level company executive went on the record today to say just a bit about an upcoming update to Windows 8. Recent unconfirmed reports have said much more, including that the look and feel is going to change a bit.
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