The rumors have been swirling since the first Google Nexus 7 was announced and as we get closer to (or not) the official announcement of a smaller iPad, Cult of Mac is reporting on a leak detailing the full lineup of 7.8-inch iPad Minis including their relative pricing structure. Spoiler alert: Things are gonna get […]
Discover the sweet spot in the tablet world with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. Dive into the hardware details, sleek design, and comfortable handling that set it apart from its counterparts. From the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor to the impressive battery life, explore what makes this 8.9-inch tablet a compelling choice.
T-Mobile SpringBoard: $200 Budget Tablet with Cameras! Fire Tablets beware, Huawei’s 7-inch beast arrives with dual-core power, front & rear cameras, and more.
BlackBerry PlayBook Price Drop: Compete with Kindle Fire? Discover the features, flaws & future of RIM’s tablet in the budget war!
New Kindle Fire unveiled! But wait, it’s not an iPad wannabe. This budget tablet is all about reading & RSS, perfect for casual users who don’t need (or want) the bells & whistles. Ditch the price tag comparisons & discover who the Kindle Fire truly shines for!
HP axes WebOS devices, shakes up PC biz! TouchPad flops, future of WebOS uncertain. HP eyes new directions: patent wars & restructuring.
Apple’s “smoking gun” against Samsung? Not so fast! Misleading photo sparks controversy in tablet patent war. Dig deeper for the real story.
Galaxy Tab owners rejoice! Gingerbread arrives on Sprint, bringing goodies & bug fixes. Update your tablet now & enjoy the sweet taste of Android 2.3!
HP’s TouchPad gets an app discovery weapon: “Pivot” curates apps for your lifestyle! Can it help webOS compete with iPad & Android?
Microsoft showcases the future of Windows with the upcoming Windows 8. This new version is tailored not only for tablets but desktops and multiple architectures as well. The interface exhibits a touchscreen-centric layout with multi-tasking capabilities, going beyond the traditional Windows’ look. Underneath the new UI, functionality of Windows 7 is maintained for familiar usage. Nevertheless, Microsoft’s bold changes may frustrate users, as they balance providing innovative tech with maintaining functionality for a wide range of consumers.
Google Earth now lets you explore 3D textured buildings! Fly through cities like New York or Tokyo and experience them in a whole new way. While the load times can be slow and the controls feel different from Google Maps, it’s a fun and free addition to the app.