Teachers have been given the chance to to be behind a desk with the latest gadgets in hand - at a technology conference designed especially for them.
Microsoft has plans for new touchscreen devices and a Windows 8 revamp as revenue rise has unexpectedly beaten analysts' forecasts.
A new entrant in the ultra-low-cost tablet market is also a global brand name at the high end. That could make all the difference.
Computer manufacturer Acer Inc has confirmed that it would offer a new mini-tablet for as little as $99 in several emerging markets.
A sales war could determine whether Apple, Google or Amazon will dominate the fastest-growing area of personal computing.
Smartphones and tablets powered by Google's Android software are eating into Apple's turf by feeding appetites for innovation and low prices.
The tablet has revolutionised the way its enthusiastic users work, live and play.
Deloitte says people who use smartphones, tablets and portable media players are due to become a force in the competitive 2012 electronics market.
Amazon.com took the wraps off its long-awaited "Kindle Fire" on Wednesday, tacking on a mass market-friendly $199 price tag.
The surest sign the post-PC era is here is the announcement by the world's top personal computer maker that it is taking steps to exit the business.
Intel has said computer makers Lenovo, Asustek and Acer will launch its new lightweight notebook PCs -- known as Ultrabooks -- at the end of May.
Sony, a laggard in the tablet market, unveiled its first tablet computers in an attempt to grab second place in the market from Apple's iPad.
The rapid growth of smartphones and tablets is making the internet the destination of choice for consumers looking for news.
The overall growth in PC sales will be cut dramatically over the next two years as people in the US and Europe choose tablets.
Sales of tablets and smartphones will outnumber computers this year as consumers begin using a wider variety of devices to access the internet.
After much anticipation, Apple's Steve Jobs revealed the "iPad" tablet with a lower-than-expected price, placing a big bet on a new breed of gadgets.
Apple's latest product is the eagerly awaited 'tablet' electronic reader. But no one knows exactly what it will do. So what might we expect?
Apple shares reached their all-time high on Thursday as excitement builds over the expected release of its tablet computer.
Bill Gates may have beaten Steve Jobs to combining computer power and paper notebook convenience in a single lightweight device.