Last week we reported that PC vendors - including Hewlett Packard (HP) - were up in arms over Microsoft's recent decision to enter the lucrative tablet market with its indigenously designed Surface device.
Google's $199 Nexus 7 Android Jelly Bean tablet may boast some pretty sweet specs indeed. At this juncture, however, Mountain View is probably more focused on user experience - rather than expensive hardware.
Google’s $200 Nexus 7 may be one sweet looking and affordable tablet, yet it probably has very little chance of claiming significant market share from Apple’s wildly popular iPad.
Google unveiled its long-awaited indigenously designed Nexus 7 tablet at I/O 2012 today in San Francisco, California.
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.
When Microsoft pulled the wraps off its Surface tablet earlier this week, I suspected a number of PC manufacturers were going to be both surprised and upset.
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.
Microsoft's Surface tablet is one sleek looking device. But can it take on Apple's wildly popular iPad and the plethora of Android tablets already on the market?
Microsoft and Apple have one of the longest-running and fiercest rivalries in the modern technology industry.
Ferrari, Bugatti, Lamborghini - all are high-end vehicles commanding equally high prices.
Rumors have been swirling around for months now about Mountain View designing its very own Google-branded tablet.
Intel is certainly no stranger to making wild claims for its own products and against the competition.
I still prefer to work with a traditional PC, even though I do own an Apple iPad.
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.
Acer is showcasing two upcoming Windows 8 tablets at Computex 2012 in Taiwan: the Iconia W510 and W700.
Computex 2012 kicks off today in Taiwan, and MSI is showcasing a number of new tablets and notebooks, including the 11.6-inch Slider S20 Ultrabook.
Lenovo has debuted an uber-slim entertainment tablet that measures just 1/3 of an inch thin and weighs in at 1.27 pounds.
Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 OS will be targeted at mobile devices as well as traditional PCs. As such, a number of industry heavyweights are prepping a wide variety of tablets in various form factors, including Dell.
If you're a fan of Android gaming and have been in the market for a new tablet, you may want to check out the Android 4.0 WikiPad.
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.