tablets

Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact: Snapdragon 801, all-day battery life

On the heels of its smartphone counterparts comes the Xperia Z3 tablet, an Android offering bringing with it all the trimmings and Sony's promise that it's the "world's slimmest and lightest compact tablet". As with the Z3 smartphones, the tablet counterpart comes with PlayStation 4 Remote Play, the same waterproof/dustproof construction, and a just-the-right-size 8-inch Full HD TRILUMINOS display with Live Color LED tech.

VIA creates Viega tablet made for tough environments

The Android tablet market isn’t actually an ideal marketplace for immediate profit, what with all the major players putting out ginormous numbers of different kinds of tablet devices. VIA, a technology company known for making chips for computer motherboards, isn’t the first place you’d look for a top-of-the-line tablet – but what they have is the VIA Viega, a tablet designed specifically for tough and rugged work environments.

Intel tablet and smartphone platform plans for 2014 leaked

Intel has made promises and predictions regarding more mobile-friendly versions of its chips but has also been called out for its snail-paced progress on delivering on those promises. Intel might finally be laying out all its cards next year as a leaked roadmap reveals the company's rollout of mobile chips for 2014 and beyond.

Lenovo Q1 earnings are in, mobile sales beat PC

Lenovo has just posted its first quarter earning and the numbers are quite telling. Not only did it beat profit forecasts, it has also given more evidence of a declining PC business as smartphones and tablets become more ubiquitous and user friendly.

Android tablets take 67% of market share in Q2 2013

Android has steadily risen to become the king of the hill of tablet devices, a position once solely enjoyed by Apple's iPad line. A recent study done by Strategy Analytics revealed that Android tablets have eaten away at Apple's pie of the tablet market, getting a solid foothold of 67 percent in the second quarter of 2013. Apple declines to 28 percent while Microsoft falls a 4.5 percent.
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