A German court has dismissed two separate lawsuits brought by rivals Apple and Samsung against each other, marking a stalemate in both companies' efforts to ban opposing devices in the largest European economy.
More miniature iPad talk is continuing to churn its way through the rumour mill with the latest word being that it'll run a screen size of 7.85-inches with the same 1024 x 768 resolution seen on the first couple gen iPads.
The next version of Apple's iPad is expected to launch on 7 March at a scheduled event organised by the Cupertino, California-based company.
Adobe has launched Photoshop Touch for the iPad 2, offering the core features of its popular Photoship image editing software, along with custom-built creative and sharing capabilities just for tablet computers.
The ASUS Padfone, first announced and displayed at COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011, is the unconventional marriage of an Android smartphone and tablet. We take an exclusive first look at the latest iteration of the design which should hit retail stores in April…
Many companies vie to be the first to come up with a breakthrough product, be it the largest, slimmest or equipped with the latest feature etc. At Mobile World Congress 2012 this week, Huawei has just announced their MediaPad 10 FHD, which claims to be the world's first 10-inch tablet with quad-core processor.
Proview Electronics has filed a lawsuit against Apple in California over the alleged infringement of its iPad trademark, bringing the bitter dispute that has been raging in China to US soil.
The "Sony Tablet" S and P were unveiled together last year, but it was the "Sony Tablet" S that was first to be launched in Singapore on October 2011. Good news is, the "Sony Tablet" P with dual 5.5-inch TFT screens has been announced and it is available from today.
The BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 operating system was recently announced on 21 February, promising new features and enhanced tablet experience for users. If you own the PlayBook, it will prompt that there's an update available if you have not updated to the new OS. VR-Zone was treated to a demo at Research in Motion Singapore's office to check
Barnes & Noble has launched a $199 8GB Nook Tablet to compete with Amazon's popular Kindle Fire tablet.
During the Mobile World Congress next week we should see several handsets launch based on Qualcomm's new Snapdragon S4 SoC, previously known under the name of Krait. Just ahead of the show benchmarks of the new chip have been published that gives us a good insight as to what to expect from this year's Qualcomm
Unlike the Android tablets on the market, the Spark tablet uses KDE Plasma Active, a version of Linux which claims to be suitable for use with small displays.
Mobile in Style, established by Kingsoft Office Software Corporation in Hong Kong, has a new 7-inch eden TAB Android tablet which is scheduled to retail in Japan this Saturday, 25 February.
Archos has just extended its low-cost Arnova tablet line with a new 8-inch sized model dubbed the Arnova 8b G2. For the most part the tablet appears to be much like the existing Arnova 8 G2 which has been on the market for a few months, only the new 8b model has a different looking
A Chinese blog site has supposedly gotten hold of various leaked photos of Apple's iPad 3 ahead of its own unveiling early next month. These unconfirmed photos closely match the iPad 2's outer design, while the source is reporting that the third-gen iPad will boast a quad-core Apple A6 processor and 4G.
We've already seen Intel's first Medfield Atom SoC, the Z2460 which was announced at IDF back in October; however, this chip was designed specifically for Smartphones. Details of what should be Intel's second Medfield chip has now come to light and it should be known as the Atom Z2610 and it looks like Intel will
In the not-so-distant future, we may see more Bluetooth-enabled sports and fitness sensor products and training computers that can be operated via our smartphone or tablet devices. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group is inviting members to help drive the technology’s use and growth in the sports and fitness markets.
Acer US has just confirmed in a Tweet that not only will its Iconia Tab A500 be getting an Android 4.0 update in April, but the company is also going to provide Iconia A100 users with some Ice Cream Sandwich goodness while they're at it (presumably at the same time).
By now it's pretty clear that LTE is the next generation of mobile wireless connectivity technology for smartphones and tablets, but so far there has been a shortage of SoCs with integrated LTE support and apparently Renesas Electronics thinks it's found a good entry point into what is a very competitive market. In all fairness,
Proview Technology has admitted that it will be difficult to impose a ban on shipments of Apple's iPad tablet due to the popularity of the device in the country.