Archos has introduced a new Android-powered tablet designed specifically for gamers.
Asus is showcasing two slick Windows 8 tablets at IFA 2012 in Berlin: the Vivo Tab (x86) and Vivo Tab (ARM) RT.
New Android mini-PCs powered by the AllWinner A10 ARM A8 chipset are hitting the market on an almost daily basis.
There is still hope for the future of Google TV.
It is not believed that Apple will reveal the iPad mini next month.
An Instagram-connected digital photo cube appears to be the next Ouya on Kickstarter.
Android enthusiasts looking for a low-cost, set-top box capable of streaming full HD video are likely eyeing several popular devices currently on the market.
Apple envisions an experience where TV is always on your time, is connected to social networks, and can migrate between different devices.
In a world where even Amazon is turning focus away from black-and-white ereaders, Sony has decided to step back into the market.
Acer's Iconia Tab may be one of the first tablets to get a Jelly Bean upgrade.
Barnes & Noble is cutting the prices of its Nook and Nook Tablet devices.
Apple needs to tread lightly if it wants to enter this new market.
Rumors began circulating last month that Sony was prepping a slick new Android-powered tablet with a September launch date in mind.
The $75 Z902 Mini Android PC is almost ready for the masses as it hits pre-order. You'd better jump on this one fast, as the price tag expected to jump to $89 once the device actually starts shipping.
Steve Jobs would have been on board with the rumors we are all hearing about a new 7-inch iPad.
I'm really quite a fan of all the cheap and uber-mini Android PCs flooding the market. While the little PCs may not be high-quality gaming systems, they do make for perfectly reasonable media streaming platforms.
Archos has been doing a very good job keeping hard specs for its hyped G10 XS tablet out of the limelight.
Research in Motion will launch its 4G LTE-powered tablet on August 9.
If you're in the market for a reasonably priced Android tablet with a large screen, you may want to check out the 97 Carbon manufactured by Archos.
Sony is reportedly planning to build on its increasingly strong "Xperia" brand in its next foray into the tablet market.