Apple remains the leader with a 34.9 percent market share, followed by Samsung, Huawei, and Lenovo.
Over 80 per cent of its shipments were driven by specific commercial projects delivered to government, education and large enterprises.
Tech2 speaks to analysts as we try to demystify some trends in the tablet market.
Does Apple seriously believe that the iPad Pro is the "ultimate" PC replacement?
While upgraded iPhones and Apple TV are just in time, we aren’t sure if we could say the same about the monster sized iPad.
There is no improvement in the tablet shipments and the worldwide tablet market continues to decline.
An HTC executive has revealed that the company won't be working on a mini variant of its HTC One M9 flagship.
Figures released by International Data Corporation showed that the global tablet market continued to slump in the recently ended quarter.
Global sales of tablet computers will see only slim growth in 2015, in a further cooling of a segment that was red-hot two years ago, a market tracker said.
As phablets gain popularity, tablet shipments worldwide have dropped by 12% year-over-year to 67 million units in Q4 2014, which research firm Canalys has dubbed as the first ever decline after several quarters of sluggish demand.
The average annual spending of Indians on online purchases is expected to rise 67 percent to Rs. 10,000 next year, according to a study.
Apple is expected to take the wraps off its latest range of iPads on October 16. Here's what we're hoping the new iPads will offer.
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According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker, global PC shipments reached 89.8 million units in the fourth quarter...