Google unveiled its latest tablet built with the Tegra X1 SoC: the Pixel C. This is also the first tablet completely designed and manufactured exclusively by Google.
Amazon has revealed its upcoming lineup of Fire tablets, which will come pre-loaded with the company's latest operating system, and priced to fit practically any budget.
Lenovo listened to feedback and addressed the issue affecting its previous generation of Yoga tablets.
MJ Technology LLC announced the availability of its anticipated Ubuntu tablet line, revealing the specifications of its products and offering them for preorder on its upcoming website.
Toshiba has revealed that the company will be launching two new convertibles and a 2-in-1 designed to take advantage of some of the technology built into Windows 10.
In July, Samsung announced global availability of its latest premium tablets, the 8-inch and 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2, and it today released information about U.S. and Canadian availability.
Helsinki-based Jolla has opened up pre-orders for its highly anticipated, crowd-funded tablet, with the secure Sailfish 2.0 OS and Intel Baytrail processor.
Today, we outline the strict testing procedures used to obtain accurate data and discuss each test that we perform on smartphones and tablets.
A certain group of batteries in some Nvidia Shield Tablets might make the device overheat, leading to a potential fire hazard.
AT&T is taking the first leap in the U.S. market by offering the 4G LTE version of Microsoft's Surface 3 tablet.
Tom's IT Pro compares Dell's Venue 11 Pro 5130 enterprise tablet against Lenovo’s ThinkPad 10 20C1 and HP’s ElitePad 1000 G2 business-class units.
We're done with the first day of Computex and there's already a lot of new products revealed. This is just the beginning.
Asus put a USB Type-C port on a tablet. Also, following relatively closely on the heels of Asus' ZenFone 2 launch, the company announced the cringeworthy-named ZenFone Selfie.
Customers can trade in their old Surface RT and Surface 2 tablets for credit towards a new Surface 3.
Dell's most expensive tablet to date is powered by an Intel Atom Z3580 and uses the Android Lollipop OS.