The Time Warner app on Android will receive a hefty update on May 14 that will include access to over 4000 TV shows, improvements on the TV guide, and better compatibility across devices.
PhoneArena report that HTC is working on two new Windows enabled tablets. What makes them "special" is that they come with Windows RT Blue (ARM) instead of the regular x86 Windows 8 on board.
According to Asus CEO, Jerry Shen, the company will be releasing 7 inch Windows 8 tablets this year. Shen believes that the tablets, which will sell for around $300, will be able to compete with higher priced Windows 8 slates on the market right now.
There's some great news for B&N Nook HD and HD+ owners, Google is officially rolling out Play Store access for these otherwise app-deprived e-Reader cum tablet hybrids.
Acer'a latest Android powered tablet, the Iconia A1 has launched for a mouth watering price of $169.
For a brief period, you could find an 8.1 inch Windows 8 powered tablet made by Acer at Amazon.com before it was taken down quickly off the online retailer's website.
Wacom has announced the Cintiq 22HD Touch, the upgraded multi-touch version of its previous 21.5-inch pen tablet incarnation.
Months after the release of Windows RT (for ARM tablets), we take a look at what has come of Microsoft's slightly less loved platform.
Samsung's newly introduced Galaxy Tab 3 (7.0) doesn't bring that much to the table if you give it a quick glance. Packing almost the same generic dual Cortex-A9 cores inside, you don't really expect the big performance gains that the new Tab 3 7.0 actually delivers.
We take a look at Samsung's tablet roadmap for the year 2013.
It doesn't come as a big surprise that Nokia is preparing a Windows based tablet. How does it compare against current market offerings like Microsoft's own Surface RT?
ASUS has released the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean update for it's Transformer Pad 300 (3G model).
Apple will release the iPhone 5S and a new, low-cost iPhone in early September, according to analysts at Citigroup.
The new keyboard layout allows users to type faster, without straining their thumbs, and is ideal for touchscreen typing. The old QWERTY is possible to give its place to KALQ, at least where smartphones and tablets are concerned.
Making its debut during Mobile World Congress 2013 alongside the Padfone Infinity, the Asus Fonepad (7" tablet with 3G and Voice Calling capabilities) will start selling in Singapore this weekend at all three major telcos.
Lenovo has launched the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC in the US, allowing up to four people to use the 27-inch display for multimedia and games.
Samsung has just introduced a gargantuan smartphone being called the Galaxy Mega. This model comes in a 5.8 or 6.3” display and is a direct response to consumers demanding larger and sharper looking displays, but is this just a passing fad?
Whether or not the Microsoft Surface will be a success is still open to debate, but there is a growing feeling that the Redmond company is going to bring a smaller version of the Surface to market at some point this year.
With a 6.3-inch screen, it is seriously the biggest smartphone around, and a genuine representative of the “phablet” family. As it seems, Samsung won’t hesitate to test any screen-size.
Microsoft knows that in order to stay competitive they will need to focus their shift away from the desktop PC. As part of that plan, the software giant plans on developing a new line of 7-inch Surface tablets.