Some of the top high-tech items this holiday season are tablets but which one should you choose? Well, it really depends on who you are buying it for.
Google is betting consumers will pay slightly more for a sleeker, more powerful version of its Nexus 7 tablet as the Internet company escalates its rivalry with Apple and Amazon.com in technology’s key battleground — the mobile computing market.
Apple says it will sell an iPad with more memory than the current models available.
Surprise! Apple not only introduced a smaller iPad today — the iPad Mini — but also unveiled a fourth-generation iPad that looks the same as the iPad 3 (aka the “new iPad”). The difference? The fourth-generation model has upgraded components, including an A6X processor, which, according to Apple, doubles CPU and graphics performance.
It looks like the iPhone 5 wasn’t Apple’s last big debut in 2012.
Apple Inc. has sent out invites for an event next Tuesday, where it’s expected to announce the release of a smaller iPad.
If you’ve been holding out on buying a new ultrabook or just upgrading your desktop, here’s a list of all the Windows 8 PCs that will be available at launch. Don’t miss the hands-on previews!
Barnes & Noble is rolling out two new versions of its Nook tablet with sleek new hardware and a sharper high-definition screen. The bookseller’s move heightens the already intense tablet wars heading into the holiday season.
Amazon plans to double down on the 7-inch tablet market with two new Kindle Fire models, CNET has learned.
Consumers aiming to buy Amazon’s current Kindle Fire are out of luck, but a new model may be just around the corner.