The next-generation Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Nexus 7 successor both have received certification in Indonesia, further confirming that both devices should launch really soon, within the next two months if our calculations are correct.
Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, Tab 3 8.0 and Tab 3 10.1. Those are the names of the Samsung tablets released so far this year. And that’s not counting the Windows-powered ATIV Q and ATIV Tab 3, which have been announced recently but are yet to go on sale.
Ever wondered what it would be like to use a 7-inch sized mobile phone? We pick up the Asus FonePad and take it for test drive to see how it fares in the practicality department.
A new report spells that the iPad Mini 2 with a high-resolution Retina display may have been delayed until 2014, citing production and yield issues with the Retina panels.
It’s been a long time coming and at last it’s happening. Microsoft is ready to savagely slash Surface RT prices, bringing the tablet closer to its real value. Staples will likely be the first to put the discounts into effect, but chances are other retailers will follow suit soon enough.
Busy is just one way to describe Xiaomi, as the Chinese OEM is said to be working hard on at least two new phones, plus its first ever tablet. And while the launches of the Mi3, Red Rice and MiPad might still be a while, the trio sure knows how to keep us interested.
Have a smartphone? Have a laptop? Have a Playstation? Have an Xbox? If you have answered “yes’ to any of the questions and you are in Florida, you are now in possession of illegal items.
Some snaps of what is purportedly a Nokia prototype Windows RT tablet have surfaced.
Given how bad Windows 8-powered tablets are doing sales-wise and how little of an impact they’ve made in a market dominated by Apple, you’d think Microsoft would have more important things to do than try to give the (false) impression their slates are better than the iPads.
Seeing as Amazon unveiled the first Kindle Fire tab back in September 2011 and the fairly impressive trio of follow-ups one year later, it’s not exactly a stretch to assume we’re but a couple of months away from a few new exciting announcements.
The Google Nexus 7 gets a price cut, clears away doubts in everyone’s mind, next-generation Nexus tablet to hit us soon.
A new report has just landed citing that the Apple iPad 5 is all set to land in our hands this September. The same report also says that the iPad Mini 2 specifications haven’t been finalized yet, are still getting some changes under the hood.
After making great strides in the smartphone arena over the past year or so, Xiaomi is rumored to be gearing up for a debut in the tablet game. The company’s first tab effort could be called MiPad and see daylight in the fall for a modest starting price of $160.
It’s no longer a secret that Nvidia has lost a very important battle against the likes of Qualcomm, MediaTek or Samsung due mostly to the high cost of the new Tegra 4 platform, but the mobile processing war is not over.
Research company Juniper forecasts 160 billion mobile app downloads in the year 2017, double of what’s expected by research firms in this year, 2013.
New tech drastically reduces glare and reflections in direct sunlight, while killing harmful germs and bacteria.
Ubisoft has announced that their new Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame platformer title will soon launch for iOS and Android devices.
India will get yet another iteration of the mega-flop Akash tablet. With the counter at IV now, will the country finally have a decent tablet that actually helps with our productivity? Akash Tablet III
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Mozilla and its partners have indicated that they intend to compete in the smartphone space, but a recent report suggests that Firefox OS tablets are also a high priority.