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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.
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.
Gigabyte has a new slate with Bay Trail and Windows 8.1 inside.
HP now has a 6-inch and 7-inch "phablet" and they run Android instead of WebOS.
We're in laptop screen sizes now.
Living the dual life of an Android tablet and a Windows 8 machine.
Sorting Out Lenovo's CES Launch
Face to face with Huawei's latest Ascend Mate.
Asus has a new 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet using the latest Atom chip.
This hybrid will allow users to switch from Windows 8.1 to Android 4.1 with the press of a button.
A wireless library for your iPad.
So, a new Consumer Electronics Show is upon us, and with it a new set of revisions to Imagination Technologies' PowerVR Rogue GPU core - as made famous in last year's Apple A7 SoC.
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Nvidia gave us an early look at its Tegra K1 SoC at its headquarters in Santa Clara. By far the most noteworthy change is a shift from programmable vertex and pixel shaders to the company's Kepler architecture,...
Alongside the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, Lenovo today debuted a new ThinkPad tablet dubbed the ThinkPad 8.
Lenovo has introduced new MIIX 2 hybrids.
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.