Have you been holding out for a new mid-range Android tablet with long battery life and sweet specs?
The iPad is certainly a very capable tablet and with the right apps, you may not need to carry around a heavier notebook.
Step aside, Kindle Fire. There's a new affordable Android tablet that's come to play.
IKEA is typically thought of as reasonably priced furniture outlet where one can buy a variety of household items including desks, bookcases, tables and chairs.
Asus has comfirmed that the official ship date for its new quad core Transformer Pad 300 tablet is April 22. The Android-based tablet - which is being positioned as a laptop replacement - will support 4G LTE connectivity.
In an effort to break into the impulse-buy market, the iPad is about to get a little brother.
Google is reportedly preparing to the enter the tablet market with its indigenously designed Nexus, as CEO Larry Page confirms he remains "quite focused" on reaching the lower end of the tablet space.
After the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet became the new e-readers du jour, B&N wants to go back to a device based on user-friendly reading.
After gaining a lot of controversy, RIM says it will not disable Android app side-loading for the Playbook tablet.
Toshiba believes when it comes to tablets, bigger is definitely better.
It's quite possible that in the near future, "iPad" will be a generic term that can refer to any tablet.
Lenovo has posted a video on YouTube showcasing its new IdeaTab S2109.
The Internet has been abuzz lately with reports about Google's upcoming tablet.
An industry analyst believes Apple's long-awaited television will launch in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Samsung's newest Galaxy Tab tablets will be delayed in the UK, but for good reason.
If you have a new iPad and frequent Facebook, you'll probably want to download the new Facebook app because it's been updated specifically for you.
Back in 2007, Sony launched the world's first OLED TV, which was rather costly and ultimately pulled from the market due to poor sales.
Here is one of the most impressive stats about the new iPad.
Tivo, the DVR company that refuses to die, is apparently unleashing another model.
The allure of high-speed mobile data on the new iPad is great, but is it feasible with today's restrictive data plans?