The companies say the tablet will launch on AT&T's HSPA+ network in the fall. The device features a 7-inch display and is designed for business users.
Cisco Systems plans to offer an Android-based tablet PC to its business customers with integrated video conferencing and other communications tools built in.
Cisco says it is at work on larger and smaller versions of its business-centric Cius tablet, which are expected next year.
Company launches an app store and development environment for companies to write, test and manage apps for its Android tablet, Cius.
Cisco Systems sees big opportunity for its new tablet PC that focuses exclusively on business users.
Cisco Systems continues to focus on developing collaborative solutions for the workplace with the acquisition of software maker Versly.
The South Korea-based company announces a tablet using Google's open-source operating system but offers no further details.
A partnership between the two companies sees SkyCross wireless antennas showing up in 4G tablets and other devices tapping into Verizon Wireless's 4G LTE network.
Analysts aren't looking for a big gain. The networking giant is basically holding the fort, and amid economic concerns, another cut in the outlook can't be ruled out.
CES 2010 had us rolling in tablets. So far, the iPad pretty much stands alone. So, what happened to all those shiny slates, and by the time they get here, will it already be too late?