There's a hot new virtual reality headset in town. At least that's what the booth decorations would have you believe. It's got head tracking! It's fully immersive! It's an Oculus Killer!
Do you like using work and productivity apps on your mobile device? Yeah, me neither, but Microsoft wants to change our minds with its new—free—apps for iPhone and for Android tablets.
Nvidia's Shield tablet was made for playing games. That's what it's best at. But it's also much more. In fact, it should probably be your next Android tablet no matter how much button-mashing you do.
Just a couple of months ago, Intel's new 4th generation processors helped laptops get a whole lot better. Now Intel's trying to work the same magic on mobile. Meet Bay Trail, a new flavor of chips designed specifically to make Windows 8 and Android tablets more awesome.
We've been hearing that Google will release a new version of the Nexus 7 in July for some time now and with Google hosting an event on July 24th, that's probably when we'll officially see the new Nexus 7. But if you can't wait a week, here's what the upcoming Nexus 7 will probably look like.
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…
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…
Intel's Classmate Convertibles have been a huge success: 7 million of these PCs are scattered across the globe in classrooms in more than 70 countries. Now Intel is introducing a new product to the Learning Series; a cheap, versatile, tough, education tablet.
Nearly a year and a half ago, I sat down with a representative from a prominent hardware manufacturer. CES was winding down, a show in which 80 tablets entered the world to a massive shrug. He walked me through his company's three or four offerings, which varied in price and size and finish and sheen.
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.
We've seen the Nook Tablet rooted before, but this has to be the easiest process out there. All you need is a 2GB SD card, a computer that runs Windows, and a Nook Tablet with tablet software version 1.4.1 or earlier.
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…
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…
Asus has been the target of criticism from some angry power users who are worried they won't be able to customize the brand new Transformer Prime as much as they want to. And rightly so!