Today’s tablets sport a variety of different hardware architectures and can come equipped with Windows, Android, or iOS. How are you supposed to know which combination is best? We get the latest tablets in our lab and test their speed, battery life, display quality, and usability for you.
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When it comes to mobility, ARM-based SoCs dominate. Join us as we take a look at where the flagship processors from Qualcomm, Apple, Nvidia, and Samsung land in the competitive landscape.
Archos has revealed its lineup of new devices weeks before IFA 2014.
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The Microsoft Store is selling Surface 2 with a $100 discount.
Microsoft is rumored to be lopping off the Desktop portion of Windows RT, leaving only a touch-heavy Metro interface. But why bother?
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 arriving in UK two months after first unveiling.
Samsung has launched a new 7-inch NOOK tablet.
Nvidia was at Gamescon to show off the streaming and big screen capabilities of its latest Tegra-based device, the Shield Tablet.
Get ready for some Type-C action.
Here's a good way to accept payments from clients.
We check out OnLive on the WikiPad 7.
There's a new Windows 8.1 3-in-1 hybrid coming to town.
The Department of Defense has granted BlackBerry's Secure Work space the STIG.
Surface Pro 3 prices range from $799 to $1,949.
The Snapdragon brand is synonymous with performance. It creates anxiety that competing SoCs feel deep down in their silicon substrate. But can Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 805 maintain its dominance in the...
Market disruption is the name of the game.
This vulnerability allows malware to appear as a legitimate app.
The Wi-Fi version of the Shield Tablet is shipping for $299.
There's a rumor that a Surface 3 tablet will arrive in October.
Verizon is enforcing its Network Optimization policy on "unlimited" 4G LTE customers.
Verizon is asking for $359.99 with a new two-year contract.