CES 2011 is definitely the year of the tablet, as more and more companies announce their entry into the lucrative space.
Toshiba is showcasing a next-gen Tegra 2-powered tablet at CES 2011.
AOC will be showcasing a Rockchip-powered Android tablet this week at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
Microsoft is struggling to claw a place for itself in the competitive smartphone market which is currently dominated by Apple (iOS) and Google (Android). But will Redmond have an easier time breaking into the lucrative tablet world?
Hewlett Packard (HP) is reportedly preparing to challenge Apple’s dominance of the tablet market with a next-gen PalmPad.
Motorola has released a short teaser video ahead of CES 2011 to hype its next-gen tablet.
Microsoft may be preparing to demo a Windows 8-powered tablet next month along with other mobile devices at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
Intel is reshuffling its mobile division in what could be a Sisyphean effort to challenge ARM's dominance in the lucrative marketplace.
When it comes to the "next big thing," it seems like the only product consistently mentioned is the tablet.
NEC is showcasing its Cloud Communicator tablet at GSM 2010 in Hong Kong.
Indian school-children are testing a solar-powered tablet PC being developed by Rice University and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
Lockheed Martin has developed a battle-hardened, ruggedized tablet computer for use in tactical military vehicles.
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?
AMD CEO Dirk Meyer has acknowledged that Apple's wildly popular iPad is cannibalizing sales of netbooks, notebooks and laptops.
Apple’s wildly popular iPad currently dominates the tablet space. But is the device poised to reshape the rapidly evolving mobile PC market?
LG is officially abandoning plans to launch a tablet powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo). However, the company remains committed to Android and is currently talking with Google about utilizing future iterations of the popular operating system for next-gen tablet devices.
Would you be willing to replace your last-gen laptop with a sleek, Android-powered tablet?
RIM's long-awaited tablet could be launched as early as next week, at the company's developer conference in San Francisco.
Pegatron Technology has apparently clinched a lucrative deal to manufacture an Android-based tablet for HTC.
Epic is reportedly poised to officially port its Unreal Engine to Google's Android mobile operating system.