Barnes & Noble has decided to officially cut the price of its Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight.
Acer isn't the biggest name in Android tablets, but it is getting one of the first tablet updates to the latest Google firmware.
This 7-inch B70 Android tablet has a sweet $99 price point.
Barnes & Noble wants your holiday tablet-buying dollars.
Want to fly the friendly skies? You should think twice about Horizon Air.
Are you an Android enthusiast who just can't stop coveting the high-resolution retina display on Apple's iPad?
The 80's were all about video games for me, especially after my dad brought home an Atari 2600 for Christmas.
ViewSonic is offering up some details on its new 22-inch (21.5-inch viewable image size) Android-powered VSD220 Smart Display.
Amazon lets you skip the ads on its new lineup of Kindle Fire HD tablets for $15.
Toys R Us has joined the trend of retail companies creating their own tablet hardware.
The tech market is awash with small and cheap Android-powered devices capable of functioning as full-fledged media centers.
Recent industry reports indicate that Cupertino is prepping a new set-top box along with an Apple-branded HDTV.
The Kobo brand, perhaps best known as the one that was tied to the now-defunct retailer Borders, is looking to grab some new attention for the holiday season.
Samsung doesn't offer its Galaxy Note tablet-phone on Verizon, so the carrier has turned to LG.
The JXD S602 handheld gaming device runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) and is priced at a sweet $66.
Most smartphone users are painfully aware of the battery power it takes to run a big and bright LCD screen.
HP announced three new Windows 8 devices earlier today at IFA 2012 in Berlin, including the Envy X2 hybrid PC which combines a detachable screen and keyboard dock for the best of the tablet and ultraportable worlds.
A number of industry heavyweights debuted their latest tablet lineups this week at IFA 2012 in Berlin, including Asus, Samsung and Sony.
After selling millions and millions of units, Amazon no longer has any more Kindle Fire tablets to sell.
Toshiba and Sony are both getting in the game of consumer-level 4K TV sets.