The latest version of Apple's iPad is due to launch in China on July 20.
If you're a fan of Android devices, you are probably somewhat familiar with the Nexus Q - which was unveiled by Mountain View at Google I/O 2012 just a few weeks ago.
Honestly, I'm not sure what to make of this gigantic 21.5-inch full HD resolution Android tablet designed by the Japanese-based Kouziro.
Fujitsu has debuted two Windows 8 ready machines that should appeal to those looking to snap up a next-gen portable tablet or notebook.
Amazon has done quite well with its 7-inch, $200 Kindle Fire tablet, and is reportedly prepping at least three new Fire devices for launch later this fall.
Don't expect to see Onlive connectivity in any Sony-made Google TV device.
E.S.R. Labs recently showcased the Android Transporter Pi, which allows you to use an HDTV as an external display for Android devices - without plugging an HDMI cable into a smartphone or tablet.
Rumors that Apple is planning to launch a smaller iPad tablet aptly dubbed the "iPad Mini" have been circulating for months, if not years.
Sony's electronics division seems to be willing to cozy up with a rival to its gaming division.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi mainboard is an interesting device that has won accolades from geeks and tech enthusiasts.
Gamestop will add Google's newly announced tablet to its nascent roster of Android devices.
Hollywood studios typically use a 2.35:1 aspect ratio for most major movies. What does that mean for you?
If you're in the market for an Android tablet, Asus has a new device launching in the US next month starting at a cool $499.
If you're in the market for a new set-top box that supports Google's TV operating system, you might be interested in Sony's new platform currently up for pre-order in both the United States and UK.
Google's biggest event of the year happens this week, and you know what that means.
Microsoft has never really seriously pursued the PC hardware side of things, instead teaming with large manufacturers for computers and smartphones.
A new report is making the rounds concerning Apple's long-awaited HDTV.
If you enjoy computers and bare-bones hardware, odds are you've been keeping an eye on the tiny and cheap Raspberry Pi board.
When Microsoft pulled the wraps off its Surface tablet earlier this week, I suspected a number of PC manufacturers were going to be both surprised and upset.
If you're a fan of cheap and bare-bones computing, you probably have been coveting the petite and ultra low-priced Raspberry Pi.