SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The story of the personal computer industry in the second half of 2010 could well be called "The Tale of the Tablet."
Samsung announced yesterday that users of its Internet-connected television and Galaxy Tab will be able to access their TWC subscription on both devices.
T-Mobile and LG Mobile Phones announced the upcoming availability of the Honeycomb-powered T-Mobile G-Slate, a new tablet device.
Samsung said a Wi-Fi only version of its Galaxy Tab would be coming, and now it's here. Sort of. In Las Vegas.
You may be one of the one in five Americans aged 18 to 34 who plan to buy one in the next six months.
Television manufacturer Vizio today announced that it's getting into the smartphone and tablet markets...
Microsoft could makes its presence felt in the tablet market with the unveiling of a bevy of new slate unveilings at this year's Consumer Electronics Show...
Andy Rubin played a little game of show and tell at yesterday's D: Dive into Mobile conference, which is put on by The Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital blog.
The tablet market is shaping up like a race between the rabbit (Apple) and the turtle (everyone else). Apple has such an incredibly long lead on the rest of the pack, except for maybe Samsung...
After spending some time with the Sprint version of the Galaxy Tab, I have to say that the comparisons are warranted. The Tab is by far the closest thing on the market to the iPad.
Verizon Wireless announced availability of Apple's iPad. Verizon Wireless will offer three bundles, all featuring an iPad Wi-Fi model and a Verizon MiFi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot
PayPal has launched a new mobile payments service that allows users to buy goods through a two-click checkout.
HP today rolled out the Slate 500 tablet PC, which it says is designed specifically for business, enterprise and vertical customers.
Verizon Wireless has finally gained a foothold in the iOS space with the launch of the Wi-Fi only version of Apple's iPad in retail stores later this month.
Investors were hoping for a sign from Intel that the bottom didn't fall out of the consumer personal computer market in the third quarter.
Apple's iPad will hit its third big box store in the United States on Friday, when the tablet becomes available at Walmart's home entertainment department.
RIM took the lid off its rumored tablet device at its developer conference today with the release of the BlackBerry Playbook.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion may unveil details of a new tablet computer aimed at competing with Apple's iPad as early as today.
Dell is working on a 7-inch tablet that runs Google's Android operating software.
The rumor mill was spinning this morning with reports that Research In Motion (RIM) could launch a tablet as early as next week.
AT&T has joined the prepaid mobile broadband fray with the launch of a pay-as-you-go data service that includes daily, weekly and monthly pricing.
Samsung talked up the Galaxy's Tab's ability to run websites using Adobe's Flash during a press event in New York last night, complete with an Adobe executive on hand to show a demo.
At first glance, the iPad looked like a heavy, overgrown iPod Touch. After just a few months of use, however, this iPad skeptic realized that it's so much more...
Best Buy is expanding sales of the Apple iPad to more than a thousand retail stores in the United States beginning Sept. 26.