The latest Android distribution statistics are out and they are promising. The number of devices running Jelly Bean is up by 8.5 percent from February and older versions are rapidly losing share.
The percentage of Android devices running version 4.0 has more than doubled in the past couple months, but that number still isn't even 2%.
Toshiba will begin shipping its newest tablet, the Excite LE, next week.
The newest version of Samsung's formidable Android tablet brand will be hitting stores on March 1.
There's a new way to keep tabs on your money if you have a Honeycomb device.
Archos has debuted a $200 Honeycomb (3.2) tablet for those interested in buying a current-gen Android device for the new year without breaking the bank.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is definitely one tricked-out Android tablet that is likely to give Apple’s iPad a run for its money.
A couple of leaked photos of a purportedly new Motorola tablet have tipped up for all you mobile voyeurs.
Toshiba has rolled out an uber-thin Android tablet at IFA 2011 that measures only 25.7cm (10.1") and weighs in at 558g.
Samsung is showcasing its next-gen, 7-inch Galaxy Tab at IFA 2011 in Berlin.
It is almost funny to watch Apple's competitors fall all over themselves as they attempt to replicate the iPad experience.
If the FCC's latest filings are anything to go by, HTC's next tablet will be/ called the Puccini.
Google is prepping a Honeycomb update that is expected to fix screen resize issues on various Android tablets.
One of the biggest complaints about Windows is that vendors often feel Microsoft doesn't provide enough room to differentiate.
Numerous industry analysts, journalists and devs have described Google's tablet-optimized Honeycomb OS as "half-baked" or "unpolished."
Many journalists and analysts have questioned if there is a viable tablet market aside from Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Microsoft is reportedly mulling over the possibility of launching its very own Windows 8 tablet.
It seems as if the Asus EEE Pad Transformer is little more than a ghost in Android's Honeycomb machine.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang isn't all that pleased with the first generation of Android Honeycomb tablets.
Google is rolling out the first major update to its tablet-specific operating system.