With extensive lab testing for toughness, a super-legible screen and some impressive specs, Dell's Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet looks like the device to beat for a touch-based system that can withstand the elements.
Samsung has announced two new tablets, and the larger model is thinner and lighter than the Apple iPad Air 2. The Galaxy Tab S2 tablets are 5.6mm thick, and come with either a 9.7-inch or an 8.0-inch screen.
Tablets might be great for many things, but typing isn't one of them. Instead of just suggesting people buy one of its Surface devices, Microsoft is looking to market a new, universal Bluetooth keyboard that's under $100.
Deciding you want a tablet is one thing, but figuring out how to pick a tablet is another. Check out our guide to choosing the type of tablet you want, the operating system, the features, and recommendations for which tablets might be suited for you.
Websites including CDW, MacMall, and PC Connection are selling a $549 version of the Surface 3 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. If you aren’t interested in paying $599 for the edition with 128GB of storage and 4GB of RAM, this may be perfect for you.
Samsung is rumored to have two new tablets ready for launch in June. The Galaxy Tab S2 tablets would follow last year's flagship Galaxy Tab S models, but with different size displays, and altered resolutions. Here's what we think we know about them so far.
Microsoft has started selling the Surface 3 in multiple companies, starting at $499 in the United States. The company has also announced a trade-in program for old Surface RT and Surface 2 tablets that can earn up to $150.
What’s better than a wireless, portable keyboard that works with Windows, Android and iOS devices? A foldable version of that keyboard, plus a few tweaks. The Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard is the new and improved version of the company’s Universal…
Flipkart, a close competitor to Amazon in India, has announced a challenger to the Kindle Fire tablet. It's called the Digiflip Pro and the device significantly undercuts the price of Amazon's slate, and comes with various special offers too.
Google is reportedly developing a new 7-inch tablet with advanced 3D imaging capabilities, a device similar to the Project Tango phone it announced in February. A prototype of the tablet could be unveiled ahead of its annual I/O developer bash in June.
The company, which earlier gave voice customers 1GB of free tablet data usage per month until the end of 2014, is now selling tablets that come with 200 MB of free data for as long as the device works.
UK network EE has launched the Eagle, its first own-brand tablet to offer a 4G LTE connection. The device is based on the Huawei MediaPad M1, and follows the launch of EE's first, low cost 4G smartphone.
HTC has taken to Twitter to tease us all about a forthcoming new device. It hasn't given much away, saying only the new product will be very curvy. Will it be another phone, a smartwatch, or something completely different?
There's been plenty of talk about Microsoft entering the mid-size tablet market with a smaller version of its Surface tablet, and with the apparent appearance of the device on Amazon, it seems a launch could be just around the corner.
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new security system that continuously tracks how you swipe and tap on your mobile devices to keep thieves from using your smartphone or tablet.
Lenovo has unveiled a bunch of new tablets aimed at the budget market. The A-series collection, which comprises four devices ranging in size from 7 to 10.1 inches, is set to hit stores in the next couple of months.
The iPad 2 looks like it's finally on its way out. A new report said the aging tablet is expected to be replaced by the iPad 4 today, with Apple stores already having taken delivery of the machine. A new 8GB iPhone 5C could be on its way, too.