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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.
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.
The company reveals why it's so fascinated with Android.
Microsoft has pulled the plug on the Surface Mini project. Meanwhile, a new Apple iPad Mini looms on the horizon.
The Shield Tablet advances both mobile media consumption and gaming by combining the best features of the Tegra Note 7 and Shield handheld gaming device into a compelling mini tablet and wireless controller.
Lenovo has pulled out of the 8-inch Windows tablet race.
The Ultimate is coming.
Say hi to Nvidia's Shield Tablet.
Windows tablets under 9 inches will be cheap in price later this year.
Something is in the works, and Nvidia refuses to spill the beans...for now.
VIA has a new ruggedized tablet.
Oppo's N1 sports a unique pivoting camera, a large-format display, and two different operating system options. Are those features enough to make up for an older hardware platform and dicey software optimization...
LG has officially launched two new tablets.
Dell's two Android-based Venue tablets are now selling in the United States.
Sony has a new PlayStation-certified tablet.
Today's review of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) includes the LTE-capable and Wi-Fi-only tablets, allowing us to compare Samsung's own Exynos 5 Octa platform to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800. Can either...
This new tablet is now available here in the United States.
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