Windows 8 tablets with Intel's Bay Trail processor are going to offer performance and battery life that will drastically reduce demand for Windows RT.» Read Article
Microsoft is close to introducing an 8-inch version of the Surface tablet, according to an unconfirmed report. This may be the low-price model many are hoping for.
While neither BlackBerry or Nokia have actually announced plans to bring out a tablet, executives from both of these smartphone companies have hinted that it's a possibility.
For a limited time, Dell has significantly dropped the price of the XPS 10. This tablet runs Microsoft Windows RT and includes a 10.1-inch display.
Microsoft has made it official: the update formerly known as "Windows Blue" will be named Windows 8.1. A preview of this will be introduced late next month.
Those looking for a tablet running Windows 8 for a low price should go to DealFisher, which has the Acer Iconia W510 for only $325.
Google is making a change that gives users of some of its services more flexibility. This will result in many having more storage capacity for their favorites.
Curious what others are doing with their tablets? A survey has found the most popular uses for these devices, as well as the features that almost never get used.
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.
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