IFA 2018 has pulled out a trainload of computers from many manufacturers, but Lenovo's got its own spin and twist that only Yoga can provide.
Among those factors, Face ID is included, the headphone jack goes away and old accessories won't work with this new iPad anymore.
What does Google want to achieve with the arrival of Fuchsia OS five years from now? Nothing publicly, as it is denying any such plans.
When it comes to looks, it may be a familiar look coming to Samsung's flagship Android tablet this year, though with a curvier S Pen.
We have all the information you need on the latest Qualcomm-running Always Connected PC, plus where you can get a nifty discount on it.
One is specifically designed for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro with all the trimmings while the other is a more versatile and more durable folio set.
One could even argue why Google thought to bring back a page that has not had its contents updated since 2015. After all, there were more reasons to keep it out of sight than there were to keep it.
Just as expected, worldwide tablet shipments are down again after a surprisingly solid holiday quarter, looking at yet another big drop in Q2 2018.
A good, modern iPad that doesn't take Apple Pencil input costs just $250. Best Buy follows up a trade-in discount with a more decent flat discount.
The Pixel C is no Pixelbook. That's because the Chromebook got the Google Assistant before the Android tablet did. Funny that happened.
The cheaper Fire tablets now can take in Alexa requests just by your asking them with your voice. Plug it in and they can even be asleep when you're poking them!
Apple is touting this as the most affordable iPad yet with the option for users to grab hold of the Apple Pencil (for $99) and take their experience by the reins.
Several popular Amazon items are 20 percent off or more today, March 22. Why? Amazon loves to keep that reputation up with its customers.
Perhaps the one thing your phone didn't need was another way to text and call people. But maybe that's where your tablet and Alexa can kick in.
And they will drop very hard. According to one research firm, tablet shipments for the first quarter of 2018 will drop to lows not recorded before.
"iPhone_Modern" was the term used inside firmware to talk about what would become the iPhone X. So, we know that there's a new iPad or two coming this year. What's new?
The premium Android tablet of 2015 that was rumored to have been the start to a revamp of Chrome OS is now off the first-party retail outlet.
The base model runs for $799 while the glitziest costs $1,999. This discount should cover the costs of shipping and duties.
Meanwhile, the Surface Pro (2017) is getting adopted at a nice clip while the Surface Laptop is just starting to creak through the floorboards.
It's already hard enough to procure OLED smartphone displays. But at least we know that at least one new iPad Pro is coming our way next year.
Q2 2017 tablet sales were down 3.4 percent year over year globally, despite big gains reported by three of the world's top five vendors.
T-Mobile no longer gives new tablet owners a free 200MB allotment of 4G LTE data, because, well, you don't need that anymore, do you?
Make this four years plus of losses for Apple. What for? The number of tablets shipped in a quarter. It still has a heady lead against number two Samsung.