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A True Transformer: Asus Announces a Laptop-Tablet That Runs Android and Windows

When one operating system just won't cut it, there's always this device that runs two and you can switch between them.

Tim Bucher Wants to Build a 'Master Database of Your Life Memories'

The serial entrepreneur who has worked for Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Michael Dell has a new startup, and it's about to come out of stealth mode.

Business Travelers: Are You Part of the Digital Elite? (Infographic)

This infographic explains how, thanks to technology, travelers expect a more personalized experience, one that starts at booking.

Mobile Carriers Say No to Proposed 'Kill Switch' to Deter Smartphone Theft

A trade group representing companies including Verizon and AT&T has rejected the feature that would make mobile devices unusable if stolen.

Apple Gives New iPad Mini a Stealth Release

You may not know it, but Apple's latest tablet is now available for purchase. Good luck getting one in time for Christmas.

These Airlines Now Allow Personal Electronic Devices

US Airways and United are the latest to expand the use of personal electronic devices in flight. Check out what other airlines are no longer asking passengers to shut down before take off.

10 Easy Steps to Track, Lock and Wipe Data From Your Android Devices

If your Android-powered phone or tablet is lost or stolen, follow these steps to set up the Android Device Manager now.

As Tablet Wars Heat Up, Apple's New iPads Get Serious Upgrades

Apple's new line of iPads are responding to some key challenges that have emerged as the tablet market has become more crowded.

The Key Ingredients to a Winning Mobile Content-Marketing Strategy

What you should consider when developing marketing content for customers on tablets and smartphones.

Delta to Replace Flight Bags With Microsoft Surface 2 Tablets

Taking steps toward a completely paperless cockpit, Delta is swapping out its pilots' flight bags for Microsoft Surface 2 tablets.

Panel to FAA: Electronic Devices OK During All Stages of Flight

Business travelers are one step closer to being able to use their electronic devices during all stages of flight, including takeoff and landing.

A Trio of New Kindle Fire Tablets Come Packed With Features for Business and Play

Perhaps the coolest new feature is 'Mayday,' a new customer service tools for users who need a little help on the fly.

Microsoft Adds Battery Life, Business-Friendly Features to New Surface Tablets

Faster, better battery life, improved kickstand: Microsoft's second-generation tablets seek to win over the increasingly on-the-go consumer.

Tablets Soon to Become Tabletop Mainstays at Chili's

Chili's is furnishing restaurants with tabletop tablets, hoping to drive sales and speed up the payment process.

4 Mini-Tablets That Make a Big Impact

Who says bigger is better? These mini versions of tablets cost less and can fit in one hand.

New Tablet-Specific Web Browser Is Built on Swipe Navigation

By substituting gestures for buttons, Opera's 'Coast' ditches the bulky interface to make tablet browsing a full-screen experience.

For Phablet Fans, Samsung to Release 6.3-Inch 'Galaxy Mega' in U.S.

It's not called 'Mega' for nothing. This device is a big smartphone to behold.

How Android Grew to Be More Popular Than the iPhone

A look at the rise of Google's mobile operating system.

14 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Your iPad

A look at the tablet's less well-known features and capabilities that you might find useful.

This Tablet Is So Hands-Free You Can Control It With Your Brain

A research project from tech giant Samsung could provide new ways to interact with mobile devices.

Commitment Phobe? Wireless Carriers Let Customers Upgrade Mobile Devices After One Year

AT&T and T-Mobile roll out new plans to encourage customers to upgrade their smartphones and tablets more frequently.

Google Releases New Maps App for Smartphones and Tablets

The tech giant has redesigned its popular mobile app for navigation.

Tablet Wars: Barnes & Noble to Stop Manufacturing the Nook

The book seller says sales of its color tablets are down more than 30 percent.

Lawmakers Push for 'Kill Switch' to Deter Smartphone Theft

A new coalition presses Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and others to make devices unusable if stolen.

iPad, Tablet Point-of-Sale Systems Gain Popularity

More companies are offering point-of-sale systems that work on mobile touch-screen devices.

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