Amazon on Thursday began shipping a large-screen, high-definition version of its popular Kindle Fire tablet computers ahead of schedule in a holiday season challenge to Apple iPads.
(AP)—When I first turned on Google's new tablet computer, I immediately thought of it as a mere conduit to Google services.
With impressive specs, the Nexus 10 seems like a special tablet, at least on paper. When put through a real-world test, Google's latest tablet performed well for the price but not enough to brag about to friends.
Apple's share of the market for tablet computers fell to 50 percent in the third quarter as the iPad faced more competition from Android devices such as Samsung's Galaxy tablets and Google's Nexus 7.
Its products may not, as one British judge put it, be as "cool" as bitter rival Apple's, but Samsung Electronics is speeding away from the iconic iPhone maker in the race for the global smartphone market.
British judges say Apple needs to apologize once more for falsely claiming that South Korea's Samsung copied its iPad, the latest embarrassing episode in the tech rivals' world-spanning patent battle.
Google on Monday unveiled a large-format tablet computer to compete against the original iPad as part of a revamped line of its Nexus devices, and touted a new music service for Europe.
(AP)—Apple Inc. is refusing to compete on price with its rivals in the tablet market—it's pricing its new, smaller iPad well above the competition.
Just weeks after its momentous launch of the iPhone 5, Apple is back with what is expected to be another hot gadget— a "mini" version of its market-leading iPad tablet.
Microsoft says its first tablet computer, the Surface, will start at $499 when it goes on sale Oct. 26.