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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.
You can pre-purchase Sony's water-resistant tablet.
Could this be Google's last tablet?
Microsoft may be targeting the Tegra Note and Galaxy Note tablets.
Google's Verify Apps feature now keeps a watchful eye on all installed apps.
Lenovo is launching three new Android tablets next month.
Qualcomm's new Snapdragon chips should appear in devices in the first half of 2015.
Snapdragon 801, the recently-announced update to the Snapdragon 800, shares some of the same SKUs as Snapdragon 800. So, how do you tell the difference? We break down the family and introduce you to the first...
Nvidia had several gadgets to fondle during GTC 2014.
Intel gets serious with mobile gaming and embraces OpenGL ES 3.1 support -- and more -- on Bay Trail.
Here's an interesting adapter.
We look to the future of smart watches.
What's the difference between the iPad 2 and the iPad with Retina Display?
The 4G LTE version of Microsoft's Surface has finally arrived.
The dual-boot machine that almost was.
Google's due for a new small tablet refresh this year, and all signs point to a Nexus 8.
We take a look at four companies developing haptic technology.
The LTE version of the Surface 2 tablet should be here soon.
We attended a Sony Canada event last week and had the opportunity to go hands-on with the company's new Snapdragon 801-powered, waterproof, dust-resistant Xperia Z2 Tablet - the followup to last generation's...
Everything we've heard about the iPad Pro.
Samsung's largest tablet is also its priciest.
The OUYA platform is more than an Android console.
This tablet provides the sensation of smooth and rough using vibrations.
Sony's best efforts yet culminate in its Xperia Z2 series.
Barnes & Noble has no plans to back out of the tablet race.
Huawei complimented its ultra thin MediaPad X1 with an 8-inch MediaPad that looks very familiar...
Huawei's latest tablet can also be used as a phone.