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?
Some pundits have maligned the Dell Streak by dubbing the recently launched device an "oversized" smartphone. But Jenn K. Lee of StreakSmart - who linked a Bluetooth keyboard with the device in just seconds - has proven otherwise.
Apple has managed to sell three million shiny iPads in just 80 days - or one tablet every three seconds.
Nokia is reportedly prepping an ARM-powered tablet PC for a fourth quarter launch.
A software modder known as DarkDavy has successfully loaded Microsoft Windows 7 onto the Linux-based JooJoo web tablet.
No, the PC isn't dead. However, rumors of its imminent demise have apparently been greatly exaggerated.
Research in Motion is said to be planning new products, including a touch-screen smartphone and a tablet device, in a push to see off the iPhone 4 and iPad.
A group of raunchy San Francisco artists are demanding that Steve Jobs allow porn on his puritanical iPad.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty has predicted that tablets will outsell netbooks by 2012.
Apple has managed to claim a respectable 22% share of the eBook market due to the success of its popular iPad tablet.
Samsung has released an official picture of its upcoming, 7-inch Galaxy-class tablet.
Computex 2010 - Intel has announced "ambitious" plans to increase its share in the ARM-dominated tablet market with an Atom-based SoC platform codenamed "Oak Trail."
Does Google's wildly popular Android mobile OS pose a clear and present danger to Microsoft Windows?
Asus has debuted a sleek Windows 7-based tablet with a 10 hour battery life at Computex 2010.
Apple has managed to sell over two million iPads since launching its over-hyped tablet in the US on April 3.
Motorola - which has been buoyed by the success of its popular Droid smartphone - appears to be putting the final touches on an Android-based tablet.
Marvell and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) have teamed up to design a new family of low cost ($75), next-gen tablets that will be capable of operating on just a single watt of power.
Has the recent tablet craze sentenced the humble netbook to an untimely death?