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.
LG wants the world to see its new POLED tech, featured in the recently released G Watch R. This tech will allow for all kinds of new display possibilities.
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.