Despite what you think about iOS 7 you can’t deny the impact that it has had in the Apple universe since its original unveiling. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that it’s still in beta. Well, the good news is that now it’s in beta 2. Prepare your iPads.
Completely ignored during the “Premiere” event last week, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 slates are back on our radar, as they have finally been scheduled for US launches. All three new Android-based tablets will see daylight in America on July 7, with pricing set to start at a predictable $199.
Say hello to the Toshiba REGZA AT703, the world’s first Tegra 4 based smart device (tablet) to go on sale.
Panasonic expands its enterprise-grade tablet line with the introduction of the new 7-inch ToughPad JT-B1. Like the rest of the Tough series devices, the Android powered slate offers reliable shock, dust and water resistance and will be available this August.
The Federal Aviation Administration a.k.a FAA is expected to make a significant change in rules which will allow passengers to use iPads, e-readers and other personal electronic devices during takeoff, landing and taxiing.
Lenovo has introduced its new 10-inch Windows 8 tablet with 64 GB storage, is powered by an Intel Atom dual-core SoC.
Although Samsung (re) introduced the world to the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active and Zoom during yesterday’s Premiere event, the show’s spotlight was primarily on new ATIV family members. The ATIV Q Windows 8/Android hybrid was the center of attention, but the ATIV Tab 3 is not to be ignored either.
Microsoft has been working hard to clear their inventory of Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets. The Redmond giants announced that the attendees of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) will be able to get the Surface RT and Surface Pro at unbelievable prices.
Windows RT may go down the webOS path. Oops…
AT&T cellular subscribers looking forward owning Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 won’t have to wait much longer as the device has hit the FCC and will be available soon.
Apple’s second-gen iPad Mini may not have a Retina display according to analyst.
In a new contract bagged by Apple, the Cupertino company will provide iPads to schools in the Los Angeles district, with the estimated value of goods being $30 million. Image courtesy: flickeringbrad
Who’s ready for a new round of juicy rumors starring probably the hottest smartphone manufacturer in all China, Xiaomi? Well, ready or not, here it comes – there reportedly is a tablet in the works over in Beijing, supposedly called Mi Pad.
The Surface experiment failed, there’s no question about it anymore, but what remains to be seen is whether Microsoft will look to ditch the tablet market early or give it a second try. At the moment, the latter seems more likely, as second-gen Surface slates are reportedly in the works.
Some recently released benchmarks of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 series products are proving that once again there’s something to look forward to if you’re planning on buying a new tablet late this year and early next year.
First iOS 7 screenshots running on Apple’s iPad tablet shows off the new UI on the larger display, but also reveals something we previously didn’t know about.
Toshiba’s first generation of Excite tablets has been much better received than the Thrive line, so instead of the company once again starting from scratch, the Excite family has been refreshed a couple of weeks ago with three new models – Excite Pure, Pro and Write.
Looks like someone is desperate to clear their inventory. Microsoft, in a special offer valid only to students, is selling their Surface RT tablets (Windows 8 on ARM) for an amazingly low price of just $199. In an effort to push Surface tablets to classrooms (or rather, clear their inventory), Microsoft is selling their Surface
As PC and console gamers have known for quite some time, XCOM is a pretty good game. In just a few days iOS gamers (that’s a thing right?) could be singing the same praises.
Leaked images of the upcoming Apple iPad 5 tablet cases hint at an iPad Mini like design, with a thinner body and bezels on board. Image credit: US Daily Voice