While not much has been said of Research in Motion's Blackberry OS-based iPad killer since it was first announced a few months ago, recent speculation does show it has one thing going for it: an affordable price.
The Washington Post has become the latest newspaper to make its way to Apple's digital tablet platform, offering the entire content available in the daily paper for no cost at all. At least for now.
US mobile data traffic is rocketing, according to analyst Chetan Sharma, who says it will hit one exabyte - a billion gigabytes - by the end of the year.
Apple's wildly successful iPad has been embraced by consumers all over the world. But is the sleek and sexy tablet ready to take on corporate America?
As the most critical iPad rival to date and a very important device for Samsung, the Galaxy Tab needs to sell well if it is to stand on its own when all is said and done. If it sells a million units in the next two months, that might do it, and that's exactly what Samsung is forecasting.
Apple's seemingly unstoppable iPad is continuing to voraciously cannibalize the declining netbook market.
There's an Android-powered iPad competitor that you're now able to buy cheaper than ever...and it's not at a place you'd expect.
If you've poured dozens of hours into games like Starcraft, you may have thought you were just honing your pointless video game skills. But in reality, you were years ahead of the government in realizing the best way to manage time and resources during war.
The hardest part about being in college is the struggle to make ends meet while living on a student budget.
You might think that with the Nook, iPad, and Kobo biting at its heels, sales of the Kindle would have gone way down compared to when it was the only player in the market. But that's not the case.
After the original JooJoo tablet turned into what could only be described as a failed disaster, the company behind the device is growing some thick skin and trying again - this time with Android powering the device.
The majority of the PC tech world has fallen into a dystopian stupor. Monolithic corporations are now led by aging CEOs who seek solace in the comfort of profit and ego, rather than innovation.
How much would you pay to access all your Twitter content in an interactive virtual environment? Would you even want to?
After it seemingly shelved plans for a Windows-based tablet device, HP has now re-confirmed the Slate 500, a more functional device than the iPad aimed at a business consumer crowd.
It's an often-asked question - yes, of course the iPad is a wonderful device, but is it actually any use? And now figures from Nielsen appear to show that many owners can't think of a thing to do with it.
Fresh on the heels of a class-action lawsuit being filed against it, social games publisher Zynga has launched an iPad version of its mega hit Farmville.
Verizon is trying to stand up for Samsung and the company's Galaxy Tab tablet, which wants to compete against Apple's iPad but may have a hard time due to a high launch price.
OS X Lion, which ships next summer, is expected to offer users a sleeker, more iPad like experience.
We recently saw no less than a half dozen tablet announcements, and it seems as if everyone is going have one.
Apple's popular iPad currently dominates the relatively nascent tablet market. But could the industry eventually reclassify the powerful device as a full-fledged PC?