SanDisk has debuted a new category of embedded solid state drives (SSDs) that are smaller than a postage stamp.
HTC is reportedly prepping a sexy tablet powered by Google's long-awaited Chrome operating system.
Hey now! Axon Logic is touting an $800 tablet slate. Yes, that does seem a tad expensive, right? But what if you could run OS X on it?
Asustek is prepping a sleek, Android-powered tablet that is expected to cost less than $400.
Is that a Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) chipset inside your Android tablet?
Dell has confirmed that its long-awaited Streak tablet will be available for US priority pre-sale on August 12, with general availability following just a day later.
A talented Taiwanese designer by the name of Hank Chen is developing a versatile and transformative mobile handset known as the Flex Display Phone.
For those of you who can't get enough of those Insignia TVs and Dynex DVD players that are put together with scraps of metal found in local landfills, Best Buy is apparently bringing its own tablet device to the market.
Motorola is reported to be developing a tablet specifically targeted at the television market.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer isn't all that impressed with Apple's so-called "magical" iPad.
The final countdown for the long-awaited launch of Dell’s Streak tablet has begun. The device - which hits the steamy streets sometime this summer - is expected to carry a $300 price tag contingent upon a 2 year service contract with AT&T.
Android lover Motorola is expected to be working on an iPad competitor that runs on Google's mobile operating system, but what's bigger news is that it could be one of the first devices to run the next-generation Android 3.0.
No one knows for certain what Microsoft plans on doing with its recently acquired ARM architectural license. However, there are a number of likely possibilities, including a new generation of processors designed for smartphones, tablets and even game consoles.
Hewlett Packard (HP) is denying that it definitively abandoned plans to launch a Windows 7 slate.
The company, which recently acquired Palm for $1.2 billion, insisted it was still "gauging" the market "promise" of a Windows 7 tablet computer.
Most likely because HP is now filling its time with Palm's WebOS platform, the company has set aside its plans to pursue a new tablet computer powered by Google's Android operating system.
The rumored Blackberry tablet appears to be real, and it will apparently have a 7-inch screen, 1 GHz processor, and a 3G data connection.
Many companies have speculated about creating a digital media tablet using Google's Android operating system, but LG could be one of the first to actually bring one to the retail market.
A slick Moorestown-powered tablet running MeeGo was recently showcased in Dalian City, China.
Cisco is targeting the lucrative corporate sector with the introduction of an Android-powered business tablet.
Do developers prefer working with Android's open ecosystem, or are they more interested in submitting programs to Apple's lucrative app store?