What appears to be HP's first Windows 8 tablet has made an appearance in what is allegedly and internal HP presentation slide. It's only a render of what the device might look like, but it gives us a good idea as to what to expect from HP's first Windows 8 tablet, which will be using
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, has dismissed the idea of developing a laptop/tablet hybrid, claiming it would compromise both products.
Some interesting details about Nvidia's upcoming Tegra 3 products turned up in our inbox the other day and it looks like the company is planning on giving Tegra 3 yet another speed boost before its upcoming Wayne SoCs arrive. Speaking of which, the first handset implementation of Wayne should be known as AP40, but it
On the recently held IFA Global Press Conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Maarten de Vries and Wiebo Vaartjes gave talks on the way Philips brand is going to evolve in the future.
Nvidia aims to deliver the graphics power behind gaming consoles like Microsoft's Xbox 360 to mobile devices by the year 2014, which could mark a further shift to mobile gaming.
Apple is defending itself against accusations of deception by arguing that the 3G networks in Australia are similar to 4G networks in the United States.
Microsoft and Intel are hoping that a slew of Windows 8 tablets will storm the industry and lower iPad's market share from 70 percent to under 50 percent within a year's time.
If you had your eyes set on ASUS' Transformer Prime but find the price point to be a wee bit too hefty, you might wish to pounce on the slightly lower spec'd Transformer TF300 which is supposedly becoming available from as early as April 22nd according to a fresh pre-order listing appearing over at Amazon.
At the Linley Group Tech Mobile Conference 2012 which was recently held in the heart of Silicon Valley (San Jose), Amit Rohatgi from MIPS Technologies Inc. spoke about the penetration MIPS is bringing to the crowded Android tablet space with quite impressive figures.
Apple and Samsung will enter talks aimed at settling their differences over a wide-ranging legal dispute in the smartphone and tablet industries that has clogged the courts of many countries.
Apple is rumoured to be working on an iPad Mini tablet for release later this year.
Eee Pad Transformer Prime owners rejoice. ASUS Singapore has announced that it will offer the external GPS extension kit for their Android tablet, for free.
The key specifications for Intel's own powered Windows 8 tablets were disclosed at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijing toward the end of last week that give us a pretty good overall idea of what's on the cards.
Point of View (POV) has just added a new tablet to its lineup dubbed the ProTab 2 IPS. It's a 9.7-inch model with a 4:3 1024×768 capacitive touch screen. Dimensions of the tablet are a reasonable 242x189x9mm given the use of an aluminum outer shell.
Apple's dominance in the tablet market is set to continue until at least 2016, according to a report by Gartner, but Android's phenomenal growth will also close the gap and threaten the company's lead in subsequent years.
The US government is suing Apple and a number of major publishers over the alleged fixing of ebook prices in order to stamp out competition.
Tablet makers are looking to bring their new product with quad-core processor and Android 4.0 ICS to market. And Toshiba has announced that it will be launching three Android tablet devices, Excite 7.7, Excite 10 and Excite 13, in May and June.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga was unveiled at CES 2012 earlier this year, which is designed as a multimode notebook PC with four intuitive usage modes – laptop, tablet, stand and tent. While pricing and availability details were not announced then, it seems that Lenovo UK has recently revealed the price to be £1,200 (approximately US$1,900).
We're not sure how much of a success Intel's Classmate netbooks have been for Intel's partners, but now Intel has decided that it's time to expand its line of student friendly devices with the introduction of the Studybook tablet. The new device is a 7-inch tablet that can run either Android or Windows on what
The PlayBook OS 2.0 was launched not too long ago, which enables BlackBerry PlayBook owners to download and install Android apps onto their tablet. But with unofficial Android apps made available for PlayBook, Research in Motion is planning to deter such piracy.