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.
Reports of an Amazon-branded smartphone have been circulating for quite some time now.
Recent patent filings indicate that Amazon may be eyeing the creation of a dual-screen tablet.
A number of industry heavyweights debuted their latest tablet lineups this week at IFA 2012 in Berlin, including Asus, Samsung and Sony.
Asus is showcasing two slick Windows 8 tablets at IFA 2012 in Berlin: the Vivo Tab (x86) and Vivo Tab (ARM) RT.
Archos has finally debuted its long-awaited Android-powered Gen10 XS tablet lineup.
Google's indigenously designed Nexus 7 tablet is all the rage for devs - much like Mountain View's Android OS which allows the community to code a never-ending stream of hacks, mods and tweaks.
Perhaps one of Google Android's top features is the operating system's open nature, which allows the developer community to code a never-ending stream of mods, hacks and tweaks.
Rumors of a $200 Microsoft Surface Tablet have likely prompted a number of corporate bigwigs - from Apple to PC OEMs - to experience unpleasant chest pains in recent days.
Despite reservations from industry heavyweights such as Acer, HP, and Toshiba, Microsoft is moving ahead with its indigenously designed Windows 8 Surface tablet.
Rumors began circulating last month that Sony was prepping a slick new Android-powered tablet with a September launch date in mind.
With Samsung and Apple slugging it out over whether their tablet PCs look identical or not, Irish engineers have developed something decidedly different.
Redmond seems quite intent on ignoring vendor concerns over its upcoming Surface tablet.
Archos has been doing a very good job keeping hard specs for its hyped G10 XS tablet out of the limelight.
Ematic has rolled out a new Android tablet that makes Amazon's Kindle Fire look insanely expensive. Yes, the eGlide 4 is a seven-inch tablet that runs Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
If you're in the market for a reasonably priced Android tablet with a large screen, you may want to check out the 97 Carbon manufactured by Archos.