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Pentagon Testing Tablet Access to Secret Classified Documents, Via Pilot Program

The Pentagon has come up with a pilot program, that involves tablet access to secret classified documents. They're using 8 inch slates for this...

Fresh Report Confirms Facebook is Indeed Working on Tablet Focused on...

Last week we learned that Facebook was working on a huge smart speaker with a virtual assistant and a huge 15 inch touchscreen. Fresh...

iPad Sales Shine in Apple Q3 Revenue Announcement: 28% Growth and...

It appears that those new iPads are paying off, as Apple has had quite a solid quarter in this product segment. The Cupertino firm...

Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Review: One Tablet Replacement We Finally Like...

I've seen many tablet makers quoting the high interest in phablets as one of the reasons why the tablet biz is dying and has...

Dell Canvas 27 Inch Touchscreen Work Tablet Now Up for Sale

The Dell Canvas 27 inch "tablet" may be too much for the average graphical designer looking for a drawing slate. It's actually a bit...

Microsoft Premieres 3 New TV Commercials for the Surface Laptop (Video)

Microsoft unveiled earlier today 3 new commercials for the Surface Laptop, that highlight how pleasant it is to the touch and how powerful it...

Tesla’s Infotainment Tablet is Basically Huge, but It’s Just the Start...

Those of you who watched Tesla's big launch event for the Model 3 recently may have noticed a pretty impressive tablet upfront, within the...

Kanex GoPlay Sidekick is a Portable Joystick That Works Great with...

People prefer to snap joysticks onto their iPhones nowadays and also gain some battery life. However, others prefer to use a separated gaming joystick,...

Acer Switch 3 Review: Pretty Looking, Does the Work (Video)

Acer Switch 3 recently debuted in USA, priced at $449 and we had the chance to also review it in the early days of...

Linux-on-Windows Ready for Fall Release, When It’ll Exit Beta

Wait, there's such a thing as "Linux on Windows" and I'm only finding out about it now? Interestingly, it seems that there's an option...