News and Articles About Tablets
Taking steps toward a completely paperless cockpit, Delta is swapping out its pilots' flight bags for Microsoft Surface 2 tablets.
Business travelers are one step closer to being able to use their electronic devices during all stages of flight, including takeoff and landing.
Perhaps the coolest new feature is 'Mayday,' a new customer service tools for users who need a little help on the fly.
Faster, better battery life, improved kickstand: Microsoft's second-generation tablets seek to win over the increasingly on-the-go consumer.
Chili's is furnishing restaurants with tabletop tablets, hoping to drive sales and speed up the payment process.
Who says bigger is better? These mini versions of tablets cost less and can fit in one hand.
By substituting gestures for buttons, Opera's 'Coast' ditches the bulky interface to make tablet browsing a full-screen experience.
It's not called 'Mega' for nothing. This device is a big smartphone to behold.
A look at the rise of Google's mobile operating system.
A look at the tablet's less well-known features and capabilities that you might find useful.
A research project from tech giant Samsung could provide new ways to interact with mobile devices.
AT&T and T-Mobile roll out new plans to encourage customers to upgrade their smartphones and tablets more frequently.
The tech giant has redesigned its popular mobile app for navigation.
The book seller says sales of its color tablets are down more than 30 percent.
A new coalition presses Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and others to make devices unusable if stolen.
More companies are offering point-of-sale systems that work on mobile touch-screen devices.
At the D: All Things Digital conference, Cook hinted at future Apple products and spoke on issues such as acquisitions and taxes.
A look at four types of devices that are pushing the boundaries of mobile capabilities.
The former Apple evangelist on why he loves Google, plus a look at the gadgets he swears by.
Security becomes a significant issue when employees strip their mobile devices of certain programmed limitations.
If you're looking for an app or stylus to digitally capture handwritten notes and drawings, we've found several options.
Small businesses are starting to replace employee PCs with tablets and smartphones â and they're saving time and money, while helping employees be more customer-responsive.
Mobile is changing the entire TV experience and businesses should be poised to take advantage.
From enormous tablets and TVs to a refrigerator loaded with apps, a look at the tech that's driving our business and personal lives.
With cyber criminals targeting mobile users more than ever, keep security top-of-mind this holiday season.