Kupa's UltraNote - which launches in November - is one tricked out Windows 8 tablet.
One of the primary differences between low-cost Android tablets designed in China and Apple's flagship iPad is the resolution capabilities of the display.
Acer has introduced a Windows 8-powered tablet PC dubbed the Iconia W510.
AMD has officially debuted its Z-60 (Hondo) Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), an x86 chip designed specifically for small form factor PCs and tablets as thin as 10mm.
A recent survey indicates that BYOD users are concerned about their employers' ability to access personal information from mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets.
This slick seven-inch Android tablet boasts an integrated 40 lumen mini projector.
Sony has suspended sales of its Android-based Experia Tablet S, after discovering a manufacturing flaw.
Google's popular Android Nexus 7 tablet is currently available in two iterations: 8 GB for $200 and 16GB for $250.
Google's Nexus 7 is currently one of the most popular Android tablets on the market.
Acer's Iconia W700 Windows 8-powered tablet will cost between $800-$1,000 - depending on options.
HP has rolled out a Windows 8-powered tablet targeted specifically at business users with enterprise grade features functionality and support.
Google's $200 Nexus 7 may have taken the Android tablet market by storm, but Mountain View clearly isn't finished yet.
How to transform your Android smartphone into a PS3 Netflix remote.
This 7-inch B70 Android tablet has a sweet $99 price point.
Will Lenovo's tablet succeed at a rather hefty $800?
NTT DoCoMo has launched what appears to be the lightest Android tablet ever made.
Few things anger technophiles as much as devices that are locked down and don't allow users to customize or mod their hardware.
Are you an Android enthusiast who just can't stop coveting the high-resolution retina display on Apple's iPad?
A startup known as NexCrea is working on a concept Android smartphone that can be used as a handset, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
Amazon lets you skip the ads on its new lineup of Kindle Fire HD tablets for $15.