Source confirms that Intel has scored a big win for its mobile processor business.
We all know Microsoft likes to challenge its competitors head on, especially Google. Now Microsoft is taking a swing at Apple in a new 30-second ad that uses Siri's voice to make fun of the iPad.
New devices include a 20-inch all-in-one computer that you can use as a giant tabletop tablet.
Whitman takes a swing at Dell for "completely cratering" its earnings.
HP hasn't been participating in the explosive growth of mobile devices.
Just a few days before Google's I/O developer conference kicks off, Wired's Steven Levy has finally gotten Pichai to chat about Android's future.
Let me say that again: Apple is at single digit growth in a market growing at almost 40 percent.
This year, we'll buy more tablets than notebooks for the first time ever. But by 2017, we'll buy six times more tablets than laptops.
Acer is going off the rails and into the world of Star Trek with its Aspire R7 all-in-one computer.
Microsoft still isn't divulging official Surface numbers, but it looks like it's at least making a dent in the tablet market.
BlackBerry CEO Thosten Heins says the tablet will be dead in five years.
Samsung has announced its latest Galaxy Tab, though whether its a "new" device is in fact debatable.
While the iOS app store has well over 800,000 active apps and Google Play sports more than 600,000, the Amazon app store has only about 75,000.
That's a very good thing -- if you're an app developer.
If you needed further evidence that tablets are more than a mere computing fad, just look at the latest numbers from Strategy Analytics.
The first part of Tim Cook's answer was exactly what Wall Street wanted to hear. The second part, not so much.
iPad is still the king of the tablet browsing platforms. But the king is not quite as kingly as he used to be.
Confirming earlier rumors, departing Microsoft CFO Peter Klein said today on an earnings call that Microsoft is working with manufacturing partners on smaller versions of Windows 8 devices, which likely means 7- or 8-inch Windows 8 tablets.
Intel chief executive Paul Otellini said in a conference call that the outlook for the second half is good, but he's muted on cellphone chips.
Microsoft's next round of Surface slates may include a competitor to the iPad Mini and Kindle Fire.
PC shipments fell off the proverbial cliff in the first quarter of 2013, according to IDC, with their biggest drop ever in recorded history.