Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga shows just how good — and bad –the Windows 8 experience can be.
It’s a bit surprising to see what people are looking to buy on Cyber Monday. What it isn’t,is technology, at least not primarily.
Nintendo’s Wii U game console finally hit store shelves yesterday, and while reviewers mostly had positive things to say, it’s also pretty clear that the Wii U still needs some work.
How can an iPad that’s slower than its predecessors be fantastic? It’s all about size and convenience.
The amount of streaming video content viewed over tablet devices has increased dramatically over the last six months, according to the Ooyala’s Q3 Global Video Index report released today.
Google’s mobile operating system Android may be winning the smartphone wars, with over 75 percent market share, but Apple and Microsoft could be making more from Android than Google — up to 600 percent more next year.
Editor’s Pick Cartoonist Scott Adams raises two questions: Is no-one buying Microsoft’s Surface tablets? And is Microsoft on a long slide toward irrelevance?
Microsoft may be the first company to build a true gaming tablet.
According to a just-released study from London-based ABI Research, iPhone had only 29 percent of app downloads in the second quarter of 2012, compared to 47 percent for Android.
Of all the silliness in Apple and Samsung’s international legal spats, the drama surrounding a court-ordered apology that Apple had to make on its U.K. site ranks among the most shameless.
Editor’s Pick After Microsoft pitched the Surface as the perfect no-compromise device of the future, we found that it was anything but.
With the latest round of Nexus devices, including the first 10-inch Nexus tablet, polish seems to be the goal.
Enthusiasm for today’s iPad mini launch appears to be more tempered than the iPhone 5 and many other Apple product launches.
Google and Asus are putting up some impressive Nexus 7 sales numbers, but the imminent launch of the iPad mini will make them tough to maintain.
There’s nothing too shocking about the first wave of iPad mini reviews, which hit the web last night.
Smart move or elitist gaffe? Time will tell, but for now, Microsoft is skipping the smaller, cheaper tablet trend.
After many rumors, Google and Samsung have finally debuted the Nexus 10 tablet, one of the nicest looking 10-inch Android tablets ever and yet another potential competitor for the iPad.
Apparently, people like to have fun, and they buy digital devices to assist them in that noble quest. But they use those devices differently … and therein lies the story.
A new gadget, a new naughty teardown from the repair gurus at iFixit.
Editor’s Pick Windows 8 represents the future of Microsoft and the PC itself. Now that it’s ready for purchase, we take a hard look at the OS to help you decide whether you should buy it.
HP has a lot of products, but not as much splash and media attention as Apple.
Well, we warned you to sell your iPad before today’s massive Apple event. And did you? Apparently not, according to gadget re-seller Gazelle.
Apple claims that the iPad mini is the best 7-inch tablet in the world. Are they right? We take a look at it versus the competition.
There’s a lot of tech news to watch this week, but the company I’ll be keeping my eyes on is Microsoft.
Today, Apple finally pulled back the curtain on the iPad Mini: a smaller tablet (naturally) for better one-handed use. Apple’s marketing head Phil Schiller described it as “thinner than a pencil” and “as light as a pad of paper.”
Now parents can control exactly what their kids see on the Kindle Fire HD — and for how long.
Apple is announcing new tablets and more tomorrow. Microsoft is debuting Windows 8, Surface tablets, and maybe more on Friday. Now Google is getting into the game too, with a rumored Nexus-focused event on October 29 in New York.
Microsoft chairman and former CEO Bill Gates has joined the company’s marketing campaign to praise Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, and the Surface tablet, and he touts the benefits of all three in a new video.
When it comes to tablet engagement, it seems like smaller devices lead to big gains.
Have any questions about Microsoft Surface? You’re in luck!
Intel warned that Q4 is murky, but lots of new machines will debut in the quarter.
Apple just sent out invitations to a potential iPad Mini press event event on October 23, teasing “We’ve got a little more to show you.”
Microsoft plans to produce up to 5 million Surface tablets this year. But is the company being too ambitious?
Microsoft’s Surface RT pricing is directly competitive with Apple’s iPad.
Samsung has been steadily revealing details about its lineup of Windows 8 PCs and tablet hybrids, but tonight we finally have what appears to be the finalized lineup and prices of the new devices.
The iPad Mini’s potential launch date is no accident.
Research firm IHS iSuppli released a report today saying that the number of tablet shipments in 2012 will decline 1.2 percent. While this might not seem like a huge decline, it may mark the beginning fall of a technology that has entered so many of our homes.
Lenovo product president Peter Hortensius says Lenovo’s latest convertible tablets aren’t direct competitors to Microsoft’s surface tablet. Whether that’s true remains to be seen.
It’s taken a while, but Advanced Micro Devices is finally taking the wraps off Hondo, the code name for its processor chip for tablet computers. The new chips could give Intel a run for its money and offer choice to consumers in the coming Windows 8 launch.
Google is planning a 10-inch Nexus tablet that will have a higher pixel density than Apple’s iPad, Cnet reports.