Anyone that owns an Android tablet and happens to be a fan of Hearthstone will be pleased to know that a tablet version is expected to be released in December, along with a new expansion pack for the popular online trading card game.
Microsoft has unveiled a new and improved Office suite for Android and is accepting sign-ups to test drive a preview build for tablets.
HTC CFO Chang Chia-lin has revealed that the company plans to launch its own-brand of tablets in 2015, but it won’t be entering the budget market.
Big price tags create big expectations, and the Nexus 9 in particular has a high bar to reach. With all this said, here’s our in-depth Nexus 9 review.
More financial results are in, and Samsung has clung to the #2 spot in an increasingly saturated tablet market thanks to its menagerie of Tabs and Notes.
We take a look at some of the best affordable Android tablets currently priced at under $199! If you’re looking for a good budget-friendly gift for a loved one, or just want to treat yourself, you’ve come to the right place.
According to sources in Taiwan’s supply chain, Sony is preparing to enter the ultra-size tablet market early next year with a 12-inch tablet.
Nexus 9 is now up for pre-order on Amazon, but it will be a few weeks before the device lands on your doorstep. Just to torment you, here’s another hands-on video with the HTC-made tablet.
Apple and Google both announced new high-end tablets within just a day of each other. We teardown the specs to see which is best, the Nexus 9, iPad Mini 3, or Air 2.
The new Google Nexus 9 offers up high-end hardware in a compact tablet. We look at how it stacks up against the best tablets on the market right now?