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There is no shortage of tablet options on the market, and consumers have their choice of size. Which size tablet most appeals to you?
Numerous owners of Microsoft's Surface Pro 2 tablet said that their devices had received the long-awaited firmware update meant to fix problems introduced by a faulty December update
AT&T, making sure that auto makers don't get all the credit for the smart cars of the future, called attention to AT&T's wireless network that will connect cars to powerful apps, content and data on distant servers.
Microsoft support representatives have told Surface Pro 2 owners that a firmware update will be issued Jan. 14 to remedy multiple problems that cropped up after they installed a similar update a month ago.
Lower average selling prices for millions of new smartphones and tablets will help keep the global market for technology in 2014 at 1% below the levels of last year, according to the Consumer Electronics Association.
Large smartphones with 5-in. or larger displays -- often called phablets -- are eating into sales of smaller tablets with screens in the 7-in. range.
Google has been selling its Nexus series of smartphones and tablets for nearly four years. While the devices aren't big sellers, they are still challenging other Android makers.
Three and a half years after the launch of the original Apple iPad, with so many tablets choices available, the personal devices have had to constantly boost their quality and features to stand out from the crowd. With so many great options, what tablet tops your wish list this holiday season?
Apple today sprung the Retina iPad Mini on customers, kicking off online sales of the smaller tablet that it introduced last month.
T-Mobile on Wednesday announced it will give away 200 MB of tablet data per month over its 4G LTE network to customers who sign up for a Mobile Internet account.
T-Mobile's "Un-carrier" initiative to shake up the wireless industry continues Wednesday with a press event via Twitter related in some way to how tablets are sold and serviced.
Nokia's launch today of its first Windows tablet, the Lumia 2520 running Windows RT 8.1, left observers wondering what would happen to the new tablet once Microsoft finalizes its $7.2 billion purchase of Nokia, probably next year.
While the iPod, iPhone and MacBook catapulted Apple into the ranks of the Fortune 50, sales have leveled off somewhat and for the company to continue being a cash-generating machine, it will need new technologies -- a key one being an industry-changing flat-screen TV.
Tablets shipments will soar ahead by 53% in 2013 as desktop and laptop shipments decline by 11%, research firm Gartner forecast on Monday.
Disney announced a new touch-screen technology prototype that offers users tactile sensations that mimic real surfaces.
Dell introduced four new low-cost tablets on Wednesday that run on Intel processors, shutting out ARM-based processors from its launch.
A new survey shows that only 8.7% of tablet buyers want to use the tablet as a replacement for their laptops.
Microsoft's second-generation Surface tablets didn't dazzle analysts on Monday, even with improved processor speeds, better cameras and longer battery life.
The jarring combination of Microsoft's radical reinvention of Windows with old-style hardware caused the average satisfaction score of PC makers to slip in the last year, a pollster said.
Early adopters who want to get their hands on the latest Samsung smartwatch and phablet will have to plunk down some major coin based on what U.S. carriers announced today they will be charging for bundled deals.