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.
Is this the TV Everywhere solution we’ve been waiting for?
You’d think that Samsung’s stylus-equipped Note lineup would translate well to tablets — but the disappointing Galaxy Note 10.1 showed that lackluster hardware can easily ruin a good idea.
Why open your own retail stores when you can partner up with the biggest electronics retailer in the U.S.?
As we near the Nexus 7′s first birthday, chatter is building about the tablet’s potential successor.
Microsoft has dropped the resolution requirement for Windows 8 on tablets to 1,024 by 768, opening up the possibility for less expensive 7-inch or 8-inch tablets running the fledgling operating system.
Guest Post This post covers the things you always wanted to know about BYOD but were too afraid to ask.
Add Intel Capital to the growing list of companies eager to work with Bluestacks.
It’s clear that tablets are making a huge impact in businesses, but who’s taking advantage of them first?
In fact, full-size iPad display shipments seem to have disappeared, dropping by an astounding 80 percent from December to January, even as Android tablet sales have grown.
Apple’s next-generation iPhone and iPad could appear surprisingly soon, says a report.
In 2013, we’ll download ten apps for every single woman, man, and child on planet Earth.
Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z, one of the sexiest Android tablets we’ve ever seen, will come to the United States this year at a base price of $500.
The number of ARM Mali licensees has now grown to 75.
After spending a year recovering from its TouchPad fiasco, HP is making a return to tablets with the Slate 7.
Samsung just can’t get enough of styluses.
After successfully bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, iPhone, and Android tablets, CloudOn is today announcing support for Android phones with version 4.0 of its app.
That’s bad news for traditional PC vendors.
You can sum up Forrester’s prognostications on 2013 trends for mobile in three little words.
After failing with Palm’s intriguing WebOS platform, HP is now looking to Android for a future tablet and smartphone. But at this point, will it really matter?
Microsoft’s new Surface Pro tablet PC is a steady improvement over the Surface RT, but the thing is extremely hard to repair.
It’s tough to be in IT these days. Everyone wants to Bring Their Own Device (or two), get the company to pay for it, and beg the front-line geeks for help when it goes on the fritz.
By the end of this current year, 1.4 billion smartphones will be in use. 798 million of them will run Android, 294 million will run Apple’s iOS, and 45 million will run Windows Phone.
For all of its failures as a pure tablet, the Surface Pro is a compelling offering as an ultraportable/tablet hybrid.
But in spite of its strong showing, it’s not all sweetness and light for Cupertino. Apple’s share is not growing — anymore — so much as Nokia’s is falling.
You may think Samsung is crazy for bringing back the stylus in the touchscreen smartphone age, but the surprisingly strong sales of its Galaxy Note smartphone line don’t lie.
Microsoft sold a paltry number of Surface tablets in the last quarter — somewhere between 680,000 and 750,000 units — the research firm IHS iSuppli estimates.
While the new BlackBerry smartphones were the stars of today’s launch event, the company isn’t forgetting about the PlayBook tablets already on the market.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos largely credited the strong earnings increase to ebooks, which he said is now a multi-billion dollar category for Amazon.
Samsung hasn’t yet officially confirmed the Galaxy Note 8.0, but the plethora of leaks online have pretty much blown the surprise.
Microsoft’s soon-to-be-released Windows 8-running Surface Pro may cost an internal organ plus a year’s servitude, but price relief — and other Windows tablets — sound like they’re coming soon.
Which is probably more shocking to cellular subscribers than anything else: a massive telecom actually did something pretty customer-friendly, even at the cost of some extra revenue.
Both grew spectacularly, with Samsung up 28.9 percent, and Apple up 13.6 percent, while HP and Dell dropped 12.7 and 13.4 percent, respectively.
The big question, however, is this: even if Apple has a stellar quarter, will it be enough to pull AAPL out of its stock market doldrums?
Apparently mobile is the next big thing. What a shock.
Following its impressive Xperia smartphone showing at CES earlier this month, Sony has revealed an Android tablet companion with some eye-popping hardware — the Xperia Tablet Z.
Starting Monday, lithium-ion batteries — the same kind used in your laptop — won’t be allowed in the cargo holds of some international flights.