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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.
Tom's Hardware is looking for a handful of editors to take our smartphone, tablet, and mobile technology coverage to the next level.
Leaving BlackBerry was his choice, the company says.
Chinese chipset maker MediaTek has announced a new SoC for smartphones and tablets that promises to take the company into new markets. The octo-core MT6595 features big.LITTLE ARM Cortex-A17, PowerVR Rogue...
This Asus tablet supports a Wacom stylus.
Asus is working on a "Gamebox."
Here's another tale from the unnamed supply chain makers.
Now is a good time to purchase the Razer Edge and Razer Edge Pro.
Here's another company producing a satellite-based hotspot.
Samsung showed us to the biggest Galaxy Note we'd ever seen.
Here's a way to stay connected when traveling outside your wireless carrier's network.
Now that's a deal! Is this a trick?
Looks like Lenovo is having a few issues getting the pricing settled.
Toshiba's whacky field tests continue.
Nvidia has released a new version of its TegraZone app for Android.
A big screen and a price tag to match.
Lenovo has yet to comment on the gap in pricing that materialized between the product's announcement and its launch three weeks later.
Samsung is making patent deals left and right.
Samsung is prepping the Galaxy Note Pro for launch.
Microsoft sold a lot of consoles and Surface tablets in the last quarter.
Get it while it's hot!
Sharp is launching a tablet and smartphone packed with its IGZO displays.
More insider talk in the supply chain.
Sony is taking away the Xperia Z Ultra's radio and selling it as a tablet.
Intel unveils newest generation of educational devices.
Mozilla currently working prototype is an Infocus nFocus New Tab F1 tablet.
Here's a new "lite" version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab3 7-inch tablet.