Some days it really seems like Google's wildly popular Android operating system is popping up everywhere and anywhere.
Microsoft is reportedly testing an indigenously designed Windows 8 smartphone with a number of Asian hardware suppliers.
Lenovo's A2107 probably won't win any performance accolades, but is very reasonably priced at approximately $150, with similar Android devices weighing in at around $199.
The Archos 80 Cobalt boasts a slightly larger screen than the budget Android tablet norm at 8-inches, but its retail price will ultimately help determine the fate of the device.
I'm sure I'm not the only gamer out there who is super stoked about the upcoming Wikipad, an Android-powered mobile gaming console.
Acer says it does not want to be a guinea pig.
Boxee TV is slated to make its premiere appearance at Wal-Mart stores across the country tomorrow for $99.
The hype surrounding Microsoft Windows 8 has been centered primarily around tablets and laptop hybrids.
Google's recently announced LG Nexus 4 Android smartphone features a SlimPort that supports tethered display sharing.
Google's Nexus 7 tablet is truly the definition of success.
Interested in dual booting your Nook Tablet with Android Jelly Bean?
Livescribe has been around for quite a while, offering a lineup of slick pens to convert your hand-written notes to digital format via a cable and PC - a scenario which seems rather outdated in 2012.
The iPad Mini is yet another winner for Apple.
The Nexus 10 may have been outed by none other that Google's senior VP.
The more expensive version of Apple's iPad Mini that comes with high-speed mobile data will be available on November 23.
As expected, consumers have flocked to get their hands on the cheapest new iPad model to date.
HP's Open webOS has certainly been making the rounds in recent weeks.
If you have $20,000 to blow, you can now get the most advanced consumer TV on the market.
The Android tablet market is awash with a plethora of devices, with most boasting similar hardware and software specs.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD tablet may still have a locked bootloader, but that hasn't stopped modders from rooting the popular device - even if full custom software installations are still blocked.