Looks like tech is topping Christmas lists this year, and parents are only happy to indulge.
If you held off on a new tablet last year, now is the perfect time to upgrade.
Markets in everything, indeed.
A new report by research firm Canalys suggests we’ll be buying tablets by the boatload in 2017 — almost 400 million of them. And next year, tablet sales will make up a full 50 percent of all PC sales, when you define a PC as one of a tablet, desktop, or laptop.
While the Surface 2 doesn’t appear to be a huge hit for Microsoft, new data from Chitika Insights shows that it’s at least allowing the company to stay relevant in the tablet arena.
The explosion of internet connectivity is requiring more servers to serve the web to new devices.
While the Surface 2 was a huge improvement for Microsoft, it now faces some stiff competition from one of Microsoft’s closest allies.
The Surface 2 shows that Microsoft’s initial bet on hybrid computing devices is beginning to pay off.
Four days after its release, the iPad Air is selling at a much faster pace than Apple’s previous models. In fact, within two days of launch, the iPad Air had five times the usage that iPad 4 had after its own launch, and three times that of the iPad Mini.
As our gadgets get thinner, the notion of tearing one apart for a do-it-yourself repair seems close to madness.
Lenovo’s Yoga tablet may be the company’s most intriguing Android slate yet.
The world really doesn’t need an affordable tablet in ugly shades of orange and yellow — at least the adult world anyways.
T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” schtick continues to break new ground.
Almost no one’s seen it in person, handled, it, and played with it, but public reaction on Apple’s new iPad Air is massive and very positive. So, a bit surprisingly, is public sentiment around the new version of Apple’s OS X, Mavericks.
Apple’s new iPad Mini is here, and as expected it sports a high-resolution Retina Display.
In the U.S. and Canada, there is, essentially, only one tablet. Unless you count the various models of iPad.
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It’s a familiar picture for the gadget world: Tablets are on the way up, while traditional PCs are on the decline, according to the latest data from the research firm Gartner.
Peter Misek of Jefferies & Co says that Apple will be launching an iPad Mini at next week’s Apple Event in San Francisco, the “we still have a lot to cover” event.
Amazon’s tablets beats out more expensive Android tablets in touchscreen speed test.
At this point, there’s no doubt that Apple is working on a higher-resolution iPad Mini — the real mysteries are when it will be released and whether Apple will have enough units on hand to satisfy pent-up demand.
Looks like Apple’s new iPad 5 will come in at least one of the same colors as the new iPhone 5S: space gray. And it appears that the coming-soon updated iPad will be both lighter and smaller than the existing iPad 4.
Chinese site DoNews just revealed two photos of the potential iPad Mini 2 that tell us two things: It’s gold, and it also sports the iPhone 5S Touch ID sensor.
Samsung announced this morning that it has created the Samsung Solutions Exchange, a new ecosystem for enterprises that are adopting Android phones.
Amazon releases new tablets that offer higher quality, faster speed, and low prices.
Refinement. That’s what the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 are all about.
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HP introduces a bunch of new tablets.
Brooklyn-based Amplify envisions a future where children learn at their own pace, by playing games on Android tablets — and generating lots of data as they do.
Typically quiet Amazon has jumped to deny rumors that it’s working on a smartphone that would be offered to consumers for free.
Toshiba’s new laptops and tablets will be available in the $300 to $400 range.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear may not be the smartwatch that will make regular consumers give a damn about smartwatches, but it’s a notable evolutionary step for wearable computing.
A small shift in research firm IDC’s 2013 tablet projections speaks volumes about the mobile market.
Samsung and LG are planning to include a tool that would make stolen phones and tablets inoperable.
The iPad may have lost the tablet wars to an army of Android tabs, but it’s still first in people’s hearts. Second place, however, belongs to a somewhat unlikely candidate.
After making the Nexus 7 a huge success, Asus may bring that same magic to its larger Nexus sibling.
It’s one thing for a single research firm to call out Apple’s quickly falling tablet market share, but now another outfit is painting a similarly bleak picture for the iPad.
Terms like “couch potato” and “boob tube” are going to become obsolete someday soon, right up there with “cat’s pajamas” and “gum up the works.”
As much as I love the iPad Mini, its low-resolution display is aging terribly as just about every new phone and tablet sports high 1080p resolutions.
Who says Android tablets are dead?