The 26th Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain was bigger, brasher and tackled everything from new Android tablets to mobile device management (MDM) solutions and operating systems. Here is the TabTimes scrapbook from the event.
The battle between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for the U.S. presidency is reportedly going right down to the wire. So with the election set to be decided tomorrow, here are 5 iPad apps to stay up to date.
Cloud storage, syncing, and document collaboration is here to stay, and it's simpler than ever. These tablet-friendly services can let you access your important business files from anywhere, and the prices and features offer options for everyone from fledgeling startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Kickstarter's only been around since 2008, but the "crowd funding" platform has already made a big splash with several products for iPads. Check out the future of iPad accessories with these awesome Kickstarter projects funding now.
On the inside, the iPad is little more than a couple of giant batteries connected to a screen. But even 10 hours of juice isn't always enough. These portable external batteries can help you get through long flights or marathon mobile work sessions.
Yahoo is jumping into the fray with it's slick new Axis browser for iOS, Android, Mac and PC. We took Axis for a spin on the new iPad—here are our first impressions while we tested the app for our full review coming next week.
The iPad makes a great interface for controlling your music, but the onboard speakers fall flat. Boost your listening experience with one of these amazing AirPlay speakers, and enjoy your music as it was meant to be heard—and without wires.
The trend of dual-screen TV viewing is coming, so to make sure you get the most out of your tablet while watching TV, TabTimes looks at the eight best iPad apps to use while watching your favorite programs.
From established classics to innovative upstart apps, TabTimes selects the finest iPad apps for creating, modifying, and/or presenting your deck. Boardroom execs, salespeople, and even teachers are all welcome here.
Journalists are increasingly looking for ways to be more efficient and more reliable in researching, reporting, and filing stories. TabTimes looked at the 12 most important tablet apps for the profession.
Over 140,000 attendees invaded Las Vegas for this week’s Consumer Electronics Show to the delight of cab drivers throughout sin city. Mobile products were the star of the show with new tablets leading the way. Check out our photo gallery of whacky promotions, famous people and exhibits.
With well over 100 tablets of all shapes, sizes, purposes, and operating systems, CES 2012 was more tablet-oriented than even TabTimes expected. In an effort to boil things down a bit for the more professionally-inclined, we're picking six tablets as the best and most newsworthy from the show.
This whitepaper profiles the Panasonic Toughpad, and how its unique and durable features, combined with mobile business solutions, are allowing field workers in rugged conditions to get more done: view it now.
In the world of rugged mobile devices, words like MIL-STD and IP ratings are frequently used without explanation. This whitepaper will help you navigate the terms and acronyms so you can make informed decisions: view it now.