Hammered by patent litigation, Motorola has removed some devices from its German online store so that it can “rework” them.
Samsung claims that the jury foreman who helped deliver Apple its $1.5 billion victory in court did not disclose key details from his past and in turn, wants a new trial.
They said they were going to do it. Now they’ve done it.
HP’s latest stab at business tablets isn’t afraid to accessorize.
Now is a horrible time for Intel to delay Windows 8 tablets with the latest processors — but that’s exactly what’s happening, according to Bloomberg.
How many tablet users are also reading non-digital newspapers and magazines? The answer will definitely surprise you.
Our closest look yet at Apple’s smaller tablet.
These tablets all run full PC applications. That’s because they all have Intel processors and Windows 8.
David Hwang of Acer shows off his company’s new convertible tablet-laptop today at Intel’s tablet event.
Research in Motion beat Wall Street expectations with the results of its fiscal second quarter of 2013 today, and investors have responded by shooting the company’s stock up 16 percent in after-hours trading.
Intel shows off the latest tablets with Intel microprocessors in them in advance of the Windows 8 launch
In its second incarnation, India’s $35 Aaakash tablet has finally achieved the potential to revolutionize education for millions.
At an event in San Francisco next week, Intel will show off the latest crop of Windows 8 devices running on its chips.
Still waiting for that new iPad mini? Or perhaps you couldn’t wait and decided to drop $199 on some 7-inch tablet?
How about a $50 Android tablet?
Poor Asus. Its upcoming Windows 8 tablets will cost $600 to $1,300, according to a leaked roadmap published by ZDNet (and republished above), which means that almost no one will buy them.
Tablets are growing at an unprecedented pace. The tablet market was born in April, 2010 with the launch of the iPad, and within 18 months, it had penetrated 11 percent of U.S. households. Check out this neat infographic on the meteoric rise of the tablet market.
Guest Post Pretty much every piece of electronics we use today is sourced and manufactured within 100 miles of Shenzhen, and Hua Qiang is the city’s electronics shopping district.
At Nintendo’s Wii U launch event in NYC this week, we spoke with Nintendo’s executive vice president of sales Scott Moffitt, the man responsible for getting us pumped about the Wii U.
Amazon’s slick new 7-inch Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD tablets are now available to purchase online. Will you be buying?
After many rumors and leaks, we thought Apple might launch its supposed “iPad mini” today alongside the iPhone 5. But today’s event was crowded with the new iPhone, updated iPods, and a new version of iTunes. So when can we expect the iPad mini?
In a move clearly meant to deflect attention from Apple’s iPhone 5 announcement today, Google has revealed that Android has reached a new milestone of 500 million activated devices.
Alleged photos of Apple’s new iPad mini have hit the web a day before Apple’s next big press conference, thanks to French site Nowhereelse.fr.
Guest Post The high definition screens, faster processors, and enhanced Wi-Fi capabilities of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablets are making big news. But these tablets won’t catalyze the revolution that is waiting to happen. The magic will happen when the price-per-unit drops below $100 on its way towards $50.
Even though it sounded like Amazon’s plans for a larger tablet were on the back-burner leading up to today’s event, the company surprised us by announcing the Kindle Fire HD, an 8.9-inch tablet with a bevy of drool-worthy features.
Amazon today lifted the veil on the newest additions to its lineup of tablet devices and e-readers. Clearly, in an attempt to convince consumers ahead of the holiday shopping season that its hardware can be both cheap and sexy.
Editor’s Pick With Windows 8, Windows Phone will finally have the support it needs to differentiate itself from iOS and Android.
Amazon will make a number of hardware and software announcements Thursday all with the same goal in mind: to convince consumers and the media that its Kindle Fire tablet is only cheap in price.
If you had your heart set on a larger version of Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet, you’ll have to sit tight for a bit long. Instead of taking on the iPad directly with a 10-inch tablet, Amazon is currently planning to announce two 7-inch Kindle Fire models at its media event next week, CNet reports.
Amazon has sold out of the Kindle Fire a week before its set to announce a new one. How’s that for inventory management?
The Windows 7 laptops are upgradeable to Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system (coming Oct. 26), and they’re targeted at consumers who want affordable thin and light computers.
Say what you will about Windows 8, but it sure is getting PC manufacturers to bring out their innovation guns. Take HP, which is today announcing three new Windows 8 Ultrabooks — one of which could be its answer to Microsoft’s Surface tablet.
Both slates should go on sale Oct. 26 along with Microsoft’s official retail launch of Windows 8.
The company is positioning Watson as a smarter successor to Siri, Apple’s popular (but often ditzy) iPhone virtual assistant.
Apple’s victory in court sends Samsung’s stock down 7 percent, its greatest one-day decline in four years.
Samsung appears to be close to releasing a hybrid laptop-tablet running Windows 8, according to a recently released video teaser from the South Korean tech giant.
HP’s loss is expected to be a whopping $9 billion.
Editor’s Pick While its theoretically an impressive device, the Note 10.1 is a good example of why cramming in too much hardware and features without a cohesive direction can lead to disaster.