Barnes & Noble's latest 7-inch tablet, the Nook HD, packs a high-resolution display—and the results are a visual delight.
Google bolsters its Nexus tablet series with lower prices, the addition of HSPA+ mobile broadband, and confirmation of a long-rumored 10-inch model.
What you gain, and what you sacrifice, by choosing an iPad mini over an Android tablet.
Asus' latest tablet is stylish and benefits from Microsoft Windows RT's strengths, but also trips up on some tablet basics.
We now know most of the specs of Microsoft's Surface with Windows RT. So how does Microsoft's flagship tablet stand up against its iPad and Android competition?
Amazon's baseline Kindle is a basic, inexpensive e-reader in a familiar package, but it lacks the software elegance of its competitors.
Tablets aren't one-size-fits-all. Depending on your tasks and needs, a smaller tablet may do more than just save you money—it may actually be a better choice for you.
The new Kindle Paperwhite is a dramatic update inside and out, one with fully redesigned software and an appealing built-in light that makes the Kindle more usable in any environment.
With an impressive high-resolution display, Barnes & Noble's new Nook HD hits the right marks.
HTC's pair of Windows Phone 8 devices have a refined design that makes them worthy of being a hero device for Microsoft's upcoming launch of the new OS.
Amazon's latest simplifies some aspects of using a tablet, but it falls short of the company's promise of being the best tablet at any price.
Basic pointers for what to look for in a tablet.
Amazon's second-generation Kindle Fire HD introduces the right mix of features, performance, and service integration to keep Amazon squarely in contention against Apple and full-bore Google Android tablets.
Amazon launched the Kindle Paperwhite and a lower-cost, spruced up $69 Kindle—and with these two models, the company redefines the e-reader market.