When Apple launched its first iPad Pro last fall, I was skeptical of the jumbo-sized device.
Apple has often touted the millions of consumers who have switched from Windows PCs to Macs and from Android devices to iPhones.
Tablets may never again be the consumer sensation they once were, but they are finding new life among professionals.
As it struggles to match the success of its big-screen iPhones, Apple is now contending that small can be beautiful, too.
Chinese electronics giant Huawei on Sunday unveiled its first personal computer, a convertible tablet aimed at the premium business market that will compete with Apple's iPad Pro and the Microsoft Surface.
Facebook has redesigned its popular Messenger app so several people can use it on the same smartphone or tablet without relinquishing their privacy.
The global market for tablet computers ended 2015 with a whimper, as the once sizzling market showed further signs of cooling, a market tracker said Monday.
Every time a new iPad is introduced, I have the same conversation with myself.
Apple had an app-y holiday season.
Plenty of people do all their Facebooking, YouTubing, Web surfing and whatnot on mobile devices. But not everyone. Lots of us still rely on personal computers for plenty of tasks. Take writers, for instance, for whom a physical ...