Asus has finally finalizes the latest update for the LTE version of its Transformer Pad tablet.
There has been a huge surge of DIY mini PCs hitting the market lately.
Asus's unique Transformer Pad Infinity tablet is now getting the latest Android update.
Google's $200 Nexus 7 may have taken the Android tablet market by storm, but Mountain View clearly isn't finished yet.
Asus is showcasing two slick Windows 8 tablets at IFA 2012 in Berlin: the Vivo Tab (x86) and Vivo Tab (ARM) RT.
Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation Mobile cross-platform gaming service will go live this fall in 9 countries, including Japan, the United States and Canada.
Asus has become the first manufacturer to announce tablets that will be updated from their current version of Android to Jelly Bean.
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.
Google's biggest event of the year happens this week, and you know what that means.
Industry buzz is building for the upcoming Nexus 7, as rumors claim Mountain View's indigenously designed tablet will make an appeareance at Google's I/O conference at the end of June - and possibly hit virtual store shelves in July.
Rumors have been swirling around for months now about Mountain View designing its very own Google-branded tablet.
Of all the new gear being shown off at Computex 2012 in Taiwan today, I think the sweetest device we've seen so far is the Asus Transformer AiO.
A database of tablet performance is giving us insight into the oft-rumored Google tablet.
The retailer that needed to prove its relevance in a changing landscape may have done just that.
Asus's Eee Pad Slider is joining the rare but growing group of tablets slated for an Android 4.0 upgrade.
Have you been holding out for a new mid-range Android tablet with long battery life and sweet specs?
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.
The Internet has been abuzz lately with reports about Google's upcoming tablet.
It seems increasingly likely that when Google actively helps create an Android tablet, it will specifically target the Kindle Fire.
Mountain View is reportedly partnering with Asus to manufacture a 7-inch Google-branded tablet that could hit store shelves by May 2012.