Hyundai recently debuted a quad-core Android tablet. Boasting a 10-inch screen, the T10 can be thought of as the big brother to the T7 we discussed back in January.
Hyundai is bumping up the specs of its seven-inch T7S tablet.
Chinese tablet maker Onda recently showcased a slick $240 Android tablet that featured an iPad-like retina display.
Lenovo has unveiled an uber-thin ultrabook. Dubbed the T431s, the system features a revamped trackpad, an enhanced keyboard, and an arguably more aesthetic design than its predecessors.
A slick tablet has turned up from Chinese manufacturer Cube that offers an uber-high resolution (1920 x 1200) 10.1-inch display
It's been a while since we last discussed the txtr beagle eReader from Germany. As you may recall, we mentioned the little device back in October of 2012 when it first surfaced with a price of €10, working out to about $13 here in the US.
Chinese censors work very, very quickly, it seems, with a new report concluding that they're getting rid of unwanted posts on local Twitter clone Weibo almost immediately.
The White House has bowed to public opinion, and said that it too believes cellphone unlocking should be legal.
Just three weeks after announcing its plans to scrap its Pesto rendering engine and switch to WebKit, Opera's released a beta version of the Opera browser for Android that it showed off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month.
The Federal Communications Commission has let it be known that it plans to investigate the recent ban on cellphone unlocking.
The combination of a LCD and E-ink display means users of the device will have the best of both worlds - with one screen providing smooth video and graphics, while the other consumes little power and is ideal for reading.
Earlier this year, Mozilla debuted its first Firefox OS developer phones to showcase the nascent and rapidly evolving operating system.
EBay has pulled an auction for a pair of Google Glass specs, on the basis that it was a fake - but not before bidding reached nearly $17,000.
Asus pulled the wraps off of several new devices during Mobile World Congress 2013 this week in Barcelona, Spain.
For some people, a large-screen smartphone is a must.
Lenovo has rolled out a trio of Android Jelly Bean tablets at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. The devices range from the low-end to mid-range of the company's tablet lineup.
For a while, industry heavyweight HP was pushing tablets powered by the old webOS and newer Windows 8, with Google's popular Android operating system conspicuously absent from the mix.
General Motors says it's planning to introduce 4G LTE connectivity to its cars as early as next year, through a deal with AT&T.
Mozilla says it's got 18 carriers signed up for its Firefox smartphones, boosting the credibility of its new OS.
Coby currently offer a number of Android-powered tablets for sale, including the 7-inch MID7065 which we discussed several months ago.