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It's first order of business: an Android-powered tablet for developers to help make 3D model rendering a commodity.
Amazon.com also introduced Fire OS 4 "Sangria," the next generation of software and services tuned for Fire devices
Here's what happens when companies get desperate for attention.
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute is bringing 4K TV content to second screens using tablets almost like magnifying glasses to zoom in on the picture.
The annual IFA trade show in Berlin was home to a slew of big-name gadget reveals. Here's a rundown of the devices you need to know about.
Acer has refreshed its 8-inch Windows Iconia Tab tablet with a slightly more powerful processor, while pushing the price down further. Meanwhile, its Android lines have been upgraded.
Not to complain too much, but it's getting tricky to keep track of all these promotions.
The company published, then quickly pulled, a product image on its Facebook page.
Samsung and Barnes & Noble announced the co-branded tablet back in June. Now that it's here, take a closer look at its features.
Two months after first announcing the plans, Barnes & Noble and Samsung will show off a new Nook tablet on Wednesday, August 20.
The tablets will allow coaches and players to analyze plays during the game and make adjustments along the way.
The selection is limited, but the price is right with FreedomPop's new tablet service offering. Just be sure to read the fine print.
Nvidia's next Shield device is a lot more practical than the first, and is the first Android tablet aimed squarely at gamers.
Lenovo pulls 8-inch Windows 8 tablets, redirects ThinkPad 8 stocks to developing countries, where there's more interest
The game Civilization Revolution is back on iOS with a sequel. Other apps let you compare wines, get shopping deals, and better organize your photos.