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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.
Is the Galaxy S III's launch nearly upon us?
The father of the internet sees the end of the road for Google.
Market research firm NPD In-Stat believes that Apple will become the top-seller of mobile processors due to the success of its iPhone and iPad devices.
Apple fanboys will get a taste of enhanced Baldur's Gate love this summer too via the iPad.
Samsung is expected to heat up the smartphone and tablet market with its in-house Exynos 4412 SoC.
As much as we praise modern touch screens and the user model they enable today, we also know that their applications areas are very limited and only work in scenarios in which their latency does not matter...
An Apple a day? Not at Microsoft.
If you can't take the heat ... call AppleCare.
Everyone's going to be tweeting, checking in and streaming, but will London be able to cope?
Actually playing World of Warcraft on the iPhone or similar devices is not out of the question, says Blizzard.
Apple's third-generation iPad hit the market last week, and we're impressed. Sporting a new 9.7" Retina display, the iPad 3 sports the most gorgeous display that we've seen on a tablet. Join us for the first...
The race to Windows 8 on tablets continues.
Look away if the sight of tech guts makes you squeamish.
The PC version of Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances has gone open beta.
The design and development of ARM processors could receive a boost with a new ARM core simulator that was announced by Fujitsu.
The first of many unboxings and benchmarking to boot.
Nokia may be launching a Windows on ARM tablet when the OS launches later this year.
Wrapp announces first expansion outside of Sweden.
The 16GB 4G LTE iPad might cost you $649, but how much does it cost Apple?
Quickly increasing iPad and iPhone sales will cause Apple's spending on gadget displays to almost double this year.
Medfield beats the Galaxy Nexus in Vellamo but loses out to Google's flagship phone in BrowserMark.
A patent filed by Google indicates that the company is working on a motion-control system that takes advantage of front-facing cameras in smartphones and tablets.
Asus and Google may intro the rumored Nexus tablet as early as May.
Overwolf and Intel are working together to make every PC game playable on Intel-powered Windows 8 tablets.
Microsoft is reportedly working with OnLive to clear up any possible licensing violations that may be occuring with using OnLive Desktop.
Apple threw up a comparison chart during the iPad keynote, and didn't bother to provide hard facts.