Sony Xperia Tablet Z Teardown: Painstakingly Packed Parts

From what we've seen of the Xperia Tablet Z, it is a skinny little wonder, if not exactly the best Android tablet out there. Where it is the best though, is size, and its guts are packed nice and tight into that svelte frame. Now, we are getting to see that construction thanks to a teardown by, oddly enough, Sony… » 3/22/13 9:23am 3/22/13 9:23am

Best Buy Is Making Its Own Cheap Android Tablet for Some Reason

After the Kindle Fire proved that people wanted cheaper tablets, everybody started making them. Google made the Nexus 7, Apple is coming out with an iPad mini and now Best Buy wants to make its own cheap Android tablet: the Insignia Flex. The only difference is that Best Buy's cheap tablet isn't small. It's a full… » 10/16/12 7:50pm 10/16/12 7:50pm

B&N Will Give Nook Tablet Owners More Freedom Over Their Storage Space

Nook Tablet owners have been frustrated that the devices only leaves you 1GB for your personal files while reserving 12GB for downloaded content. Beginning March 12th, you'll be able to take your 16GB Nook Tablet into your local Barnes & Noble store, and the staff will help you repartition it to your liking. » 2/22/12 5:06pm 2/22/12 5:06pm

The Pantech Element Android Tablet Only Matters Because It's Waterproof

The Pantech Element is a sorta nice, cheapo 4G LTE Android tablet for AT&T that has a 1.5GHz dual core processor and blazing fast download speeds (100Mbps! Yah! Sure! Only if you're inside a tower). It only costs $250 but requires a scar inducing 2-year contract (why!) but that's not the reason I care for it. The only… » 1/09/12 2:03pm 1/09/12 2:03pm

You're Going to Need a Fat Wallet for Toshiba's Super Thin Tablet

Toshiba's Excite X10 Tablet is only .3 inches thin and 1.18 lbs. heavy but comes with a heavy price tag: $530 for the 16GB version and $600 for the 32GB version. While not dissimilar in pricing strategy with the iPad, it still costs $130 more than the Sony Tablet S and other just as capable Android tablets. It seems… » 1/08/12 10:07pm 1/08/12 10:07pm

No One Uses Android Tablets (Or No One Has Android Tablets to Use)

There's something like 8,142* different Android Tablets on sale right now yet it seems like no one is really using them. I mean, I've yet to see one in public! But that's an inexact method of testing. More exact? How the iPad usage obliterates Android tablets in web traffic. According to Comscore, iPads made up for… » 10/11/11 9:48am 10/11/11 9:48am