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If Intel wants to stop its revenue slide, it needs to get its chips used in more Android tablets, as sales of Windows-based tablets are anemic.
The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't incorporated into the iOS. Not all Android users can be as sanguine, however.
The only real drawback to LTE-enabled tablets is they cost more than WiFi-only ones. T-Mobile is going to erase this difference for its subscribers.
Lenovo recently unveiled three additions to its lineup of A-series Android tablets. The company has now revealed U.S. pricing for these models, which are going to focus mainly on providing enjoyable media experiences for their users.
Qualcomm is throwing down the gauntlet with its next generation of Snapdragon 800 series SoC's, advanced 64-bit processors that will power future cutting-edge tablets and phones.
Our latest list of top trending tablets, based on reader popularity. Find out which models are most interesting to our readers.
A decision by the FCC will enable makers of WiFi hotspots to produce better products that will offer faster connections in public wireless networks.
Samsung has just unveiled three tablets in the Galaxy Tab 4 line: a 10.1-inch model, an 8.0-inch one, and a 7.0-inch version.
According to new research by a market-analysis firm, Apple, Amazon and Samsung are the top three tablet brands in the United States, but will these companies keep enjoying huge annual increases in shipments? Maybe not.
2014 is gearing up to be the year of the 64-bit mobile processor, but what does that mean for the average tablet and smartphone user? Read on to find out.
It appears that one of Samsung's next tablets have taken an important step toward release: the FCC has approved a device that is probably the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.5.
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