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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.
Google finally comments on the ruling that will see Apple awarded over a billion dollars in damages.
Apple's and Samsung' strong positions in the mobile applications markets is cemented via more market data.
Another Android mini-PC stick hits the market, this time with double the power.
Be hip, go retro tech.
Here's a good way to crash a party or camping trip with a portable AIO for your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Another new multiplayer online battle arena coming to... your smartphone?
While the latest tablets sport console quality graphics, next-generation smartphones will likely crank out Xbox 360-level visuals, claims Activision.
Apple's iTV HDTV may not happen for quite some time.
NASA is taking the cheap but effective route by launching 4-inch satellites using Android phones as the on-board computer. Brilliant.
Acer's upcoming Liquid Gallant Duo now up for pre-order.
It's one damaging victory in a string of legal cases between Apple and Samsung that's stretched across the globe.
The 64 GB model is now cheaper than the 32 GB.
A little more information on what we can expect from Nokia event taking place in less than two weeks' time.
Acer announces two budget-friendly Android smartphones.
It has been no secret that Dell is planning Windows RT devices, an entirely new product segment for the company.
Leaked photo shows Apple's next generation USB cable?
Verizon Wireless scored a dominant win in the most recent Wireless Network Quality Performance Study conducted by JD Power and Associates.
Could it be the Kindle Fire 2?
Nikon reveals the world's first Smarphamera?
ARCHOS is launching three new tablet before the end of 2012, the first of which is the 10.1-inch ARCHOS 101 XS slated for a North American release in November.
Everybody do the executive shuffle!
Sit tight, 4G is coming. You'll just have to wait a while.
Bringing us one step closer to owning our very own version of Tony Stark's Jarvis.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS are offering unlimited data plans, but the latter is a limited time-only deal.
Verizon needs all hands on deck at the end of September. What could that possibly be about?
Launching soon is a touchscreen-based notebook packed with Android "Ice Cream Sandwich," and a USB stick-sized mini PC featuring Android ICS as well.