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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.
Amazon is bringing the Kindle Fire to the UK.
HumanToolz Mobile Stand claims to be the most versatile iPad stand yet.
It's hard to believe it is just about pricing.
Nvidia responds to Amazon's claims that the dual-core OMAP4470 is faster than the quad-core Tegra 3 chip.
Apple may face some trouble if it tries to launch the iPhone 5 in China. Why? Because someone has already built it.
Amazon's new tablets are ad-supported with no option for ad-free.
Nokia demos the "first working Windows Phone 8 products" in New York City.
Getac creates the world's most rugged tablet for extreme work environments.
Digital artists can now capture line weights and angles on iPad drawings thanks to this Bluetooth stylus.
Amazon revealed two Kindle Fire HD tablets, the Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, and various new services including a 4G LTE package. Nope, no Amazon phone today.
Microsoft has chosen MACH to bring carrier billing to Skype.
Lenovo is expanding into the third-largest PC market with the acquisition of CCE.
Less than a year after it entered the tablet space, Amazon is preparing an entry into the smartphone market.
Motorola improves its Droid RAZR line with bigger screens and better batteries.
Do you want a tablet for the road that's also able to run your favorite Windows-based applications? Consider Lenovo's X230T tablet PC. With a built-in keyboard, this convertible PC enables tablet convenience...
A source has stepped forward prior to Amazon's press event to reveal next-generation Nook Tablet details.
It looks like Orange's QuickTap mobile payments service isn't going anywhere, despite the fact that the carrier's parent company just signed a five-year deal with MasterCard.
Now you can watch content on your mobile device without a network connection.
Looks like UK supermarket chain Tesco is keen to get into the ebook business.
Something PIG is coming...
McAfee has detected a 1.5 million sample increase in malware since Q1 2012. Scary.
This Android phone comes with a 5-inch screen and a Rubberdium pen for tablet-like applications.
Better watch where you're going!
It's never too late for leaked photos.
Just in time for the holiday rush.
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