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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.
Here's another iPhone rumor to chew on.
People don't buy Windows, they buy a Windows PC, Ballmer says.
Acer is launching a new Android tablet next month.
Here are several new tablets from Acer.
This tablet will supposedly have Kinect-like motion detection.
MSI is revealing a number of goods during CES, including new motherboards.
This mobile printer could fit in your pocket.
LG's wearable tech is slated to be revealed at MWC 2014.
This model has the Pentium N3510.
Acer's 8-inch sequel tablet finally arrives.
Amazon was taking tech "calls" from the Mayday button on Christmas.
Nvidia is rolling out its biggest update yet for the Tegra Note 7.
A new Acer CEO takes the helm next week.
Samsung's latest bundle of joy?
HP has finally launched its new Windows 8.1 tablet.
Microsoft is a devices and services company after all.
This controller is optimized for the Galaxy line of devices, but should work with other Android phones and tablets.
Here's Gigabyte's version of the Tegra Note 7.
DataWind is taking on the UK's budget tablet market.
You don't have to break the bank to get Amazon's Kindle HDX.
Users may be able to switch off the tiled interface.
ARM is pushing for console-like graphics in the mobile arena.
We won't see this tablet in North America until February.
This compact drive has two connectors.
The Galaxy Note 3 may soon get a younger brother.
Google is now selling a Google Play Edition model of LG's G Pad 8.3 tablet.