LG is reportedly planning a tablet with a detachable keyboard that functions as a tablet and laptop, which could be the company’s answer to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3.
iPad sales are dwindling in 2014, and tablets in general seem to need some sort of push in order to combat stagnating sales. What will it take to make people buy more?
Qualcomm’s newly announced Snapdragon 810 Mobile Development Platform smartphone and tablet feature some of the best mobile technology currently available.
At its Slush 2014 conference in Finland, Nokia just introduced the N1, a brand new tablet running Android!
Amazon’s latest deal of the day is offering a 32GB Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ tablet for only $259, including shipping.
New contracts for “advanced devices” will be subject to a modified ETF structure that sees, among other things, a $0 deduction for the first 7 months.
Google has decided to end its Google Wallet API for digital products come March 2, 2015. Merchants and customers alike will need to find alternatives.
Having trouble with your Nexus? Lamenting some lag on Lollipop? Tell Google about it via the native feedback option available in Android 5.0!
Google has given its ambitious Project Tango an official product page on its Play Store, though pricing and availability are both non-existent.
Nvidia has confirmed that Android Lollipop will arrive for its Shield Tablet on November 18th, along with its GRID streaming service and Dabbler 2.0 art studio.