Rumor has it we’ll see it in May.
It does Windows and stacks up nicely against the iPad Air 2, though it’s still just a tablet.
Hail the rise of apps as shopping tools.
Are phablets really the best of both worlds?
Here’s a handy side-by-side comparison of the 6 and 6 Plus.
At $1.7B, it’s not just a flesh wound.
Microsoft announces a new 2-in-1 tablet/PC hybrid computer.
Apple may fund one imbroglio with Samsung after another, but the real target is Google … and Android.
Forget BYOD—the German luxury car brand plans to put its own dedicated mobile hardware in luxury sedans.
Google wants buyers to know that Apple’s iPad isn’t the only tablet with lots of apps.
When everybody else is trying to make games for iPads, maybe the best thing to do is something different.
Consumer tech to turn high school students into academic stars.
Today at a studio in San Francisco, Google unveiled a new version of its Android Nexus 7 tablet and Chromecast, a cheap Web-to-TV connector.
Turns out that people use tablets for different things, in different ways and in different places than they use their smartphones. And those differences are starting to add up for app developers, marketers and device makers.
Intel would like to sell lots of its $300 Core processors and lots of $50 Atom chips. Too bad they may collide in the increasingly crucial low end of the PC market.
Focusing consumer attention on e-books via an acquisition of the Nook digital library could be a good way for Microsoft to buy time while it straightens out its app problem.
Microsoft’s current business is doing great, at least in its most recent earnings report. Read between the lines, though, and the future for Windows appears to be darkening.
Microsoft is reportedly planning a smaller 7-inch Surface tablet. But doing so may strip out much of what makes a Surface a Surface.
IDC reported Wednesday afternoon that the PC market reported the worst quarter ever since it began tracking it in 1994. Disaster.
Two hundred million IT workers want Windows tablets, a report for Forrester claimed Monday, quite a bit more than the 900,000 Surface RT tablets that IDC estimated have already been sold into the channel.