CNET Senior Editor Rich Brown takes a look at Lenovo's new coffee table PC, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27.
Want to loan your tablet to a child or friend but don't want to provide access to all your data? Windows, Android, and even Amazon tablets make it easy. Apple's iPad has some catching up to do.
Do games sell hardware? Intel thinks a partnership with Hasbro could be the nudge some fence sitters needed.
TechCrunch speculates support for multiple users is limited to Android tablets because Nokia owns a patent for that technology. But the Finnish handset maker says it actually abandoned that patent application several years ago.
Choosing File Explorer's "Stop sharing" option doesn't prevent other administrator accounts from accessing your default folders for pictures, documents, videos, and music. Here's how to privatize your personal folders on a multiuser PC.
The facial and gesture recognition technology is perfectly suited for shared Android devices. Ice Cream Sandwich was a good start, but now we need more.
What does the iPad need next? Maybe nothing, and that's the biggest challenge of all.
With iOS 6 out the door, Apple gives its set-top box a minor software update that adds new features, including one aimed at multi-user households.
Want your kids or other people to use your tablet without full access, in the same way you can restrict them on a Mac or PC? Amazon beats other tablets by being the first to offer this in the new Kindle Fires.
Apple's iPad has always been a one-user device, but that might not last forever. A reply to an Apple developer hints that the company's cooking up a solution for multiple users using the same tablet.