With rumors surfacing of $199 Nexus 7 tablet, its not surprising to hear that Amazon might be working on a new tablet of its own, the second generation version of the Kindle Fire.
WWDC 2012 is only a week or so away now and it is highly anticipated that we will finally see at least a beta of iOS 6. With that in mind, iMore created a wonderful piece talking about what features iOS 6 could possibly add, including what features it should borrow from existing platforms.
While iPad’s dominance isn’t much of a surprise, you might not know this- Apple’s original iPad actually was designed with two dock connectors, one for portrait and one for landscape.
There are several very unique camera attachments and accessories for the iPhone, like the MirrorCase. But what about the iPad? This week, at the National Association of Broadcasters conference, the Padcaster was announced as a unique way to turn your iPad into an on-the-go filming and editing device.
When it comes to office productivity software, Microsoft has been there since the beginning. When it comes to the mobile front though, the MS Office Suite doesn’t exist, instead relegating users to programs like OneNote or Google Docs. This is all about to change on the iPad front, according to The Daily.
Despite its best efforts, Dell never fared that well in the Android tablet market. Some could argue that their problems were with the hardware and the overall marketing strategies put into the product. No matter why they haven’t fared well really doesn’t matter much anymore, because it seems that Dell is finally bowing out of the Android tablet market by ending sales for the Streak 7.
We’re coming into an age where you can get books on almost any technological device you can own. From your computer to your phone, a book is just a click away. While many think this is a shame that regular paper books are being used less, there are actually many benefits to the fact that […]
Technology can do some pretty amazing things. Take cellphones, for example. We use them to check our email, communicate a message to our friends on Facebook, and record our workout sessions at the gym. But, did you know that you can use your smartphone as a wi-fi hotspot? Well, you can, and it might […]
Though the two popular OS, Mac and Windows, have been dominating from a long time. Even then, Google decided to take their chances and stepped in the OS realm with Chrome. As an operating system, Chrome is definitely a competitive one and that’s exactly why more and more laptop manufacturers are now unveiling their own […]
Whether it’s for professional use or for regular home use, a good laptop is definitely a must-have in today’s world. However, buying the right one can be a tough row to hoe sometimes. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here is a list of top 5 laptops of 2015 that you should consider buying. […]
HP recently made a smart move by unveiling its Elite x2 1011 G1 which is a two-piece hybrid device which you can use in both ways i.e. as a notebook and as a tablet. However, it feels much more like some old heavy notebook when you take it in your hands and start using it. […]
Are you the owner of a startup company? If you are, you might be facing a tough time running your business. To make your day to day office operations easier, you can consider downloading some useful apps on your Android smartphone. Here is a list of some of the best Android apps for business purpose:- […]
Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3 laptop-tablet hybrid is now available for pre-order.
One of the names in the running is Stephen Elop, formerly of Nokia, and it looks like he may already have many grand schemes in mind should he take over the head honcho role at Microsoft.
The newest generation of Google Chromebook laptops have arrived and they’re looking pretty spiffy. For this go-around, we find the HP Chromebook 11 with its 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display.
If you are looking to pick up the latest Samsung 10-incher, you’ll be happy to know that Sammy has now announced that the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition will go up for pre-order from select retailers starting tomorrow, with plans to ship by October 10th.
The rumored Surface Mini tablet from Microsoft might arrive with a 7.5” 1400×1050 display. Keep reading for more details!
The much larger Nokia Lumia 1520 is expected to be officially revealed to the world on September 26th, proudly showing off its much larger 6-inch 1080p display that would effectively put it in the same league as something like the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
The Surface 2 may be just around the corner, with rumors pointing to an announcement of the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 on September 23rd.
IFA 2013 is still a few days away, but Acer is apparently not willing to wait any longer to reveal some of its newest products. Over the weekend Acer unveiled it has a new smartphone, tablet and plenty of all-in-one computers on the way.
I’ll take a Nokia Lumia, super size that please! There have been plenty of 6-inch Lumia rumors going around for a while now, but thanks to Windows Phone Central, we might have the first real look at this monster of a handset.
This is not only an external battery pack for your smartphones and tablets, but this is a stackable battery pack for theoretically unlimited expandable capacity. Need to charge four iPads in succession on that extended camping trip? No problem.
Today Google has taken the wraps off the Chromecast dongle, which you can kind of think of it as sort of a ‘re-imagining’ of the old Nexus Q. Basically the device connects to an HDMI port on your TV and allows you to easily send over various media to the big-screen.
According to an HP Exec, the company is preparing a new smartphone entry once again – though no clear timetable on when to expect its arrival.
Can you imagine a desktop machine that forgoes the traditional desktop OS and instead makes use of the power of Android? Enter the HP Slate 21 AIO.
Samsung’s new ATIV Q is coming with both Android and Windows 8 operating systems.
The “Samsung Premiere 2013” event is scheduled to take place in London on June 20 and we’re expecting to see at least a few new additions to the GALAXY and ATIV lines from the company.
Intel is allegedly preparing to help push new convertible notebooks running on upcoming Haswell processors with the power of Android.
hile PC sales have been declining for a while, new IDC estimates show that for the first quarter of 2013, the market fell a whole 13.9 percent.
A new patent describes a convertible MacBook design with a touch-sensitive screen, with the guts of the PC still residing in the ‘base’ of the laptop.
So, you’ve decided to upgrade your computer to Windows 8 and now you’re finding that you really want to have a touchscreen to take advantage of all those gestures. There are plenty of laptops and tablets out there with touchscreens, but what about your desktop? Thankfully, there are touchscreen monitors too and they can be quite reasonably priced.
Ubuntu, Firefox OS and Tizen are all receiving quite a bit of attention, but how do they stand in terms of support and current tech demonstrations?
Despite the snowstorm, Microsoft managed to successfully launch their new tablet yesterday, which starts at $899 for the base 64GB model.
Considering the Microsoft Surface Pro? The first reviews are in from a variety of tech sites. What’s the verdict? Things certainly look pretty mixed.
Late last year, Microsoft introduced the Windows RT-based Microsoft Surface tablet. Would it be out of the realm of possibility for Microsoft to create an Ultrabook of their own? With a continued push by Microsoft’s hardware partners into convertible territory, some rumors suggest that an ultrabook convertible/hybrid could be the next obvious step. Designer Clemente Puertolas feels […]
The new Electronic Touch Pen allows you to digitally draw on Panasonic compatible TVs via Bluetooth.
When Apple finally unveiled the iPad Mini, few to none of us were surprised. That said, we were more than a little stunned to see Apple turn around and release a 4th generation iPad only about a half year after the release of the 3rd gen model. Despite some complaints, iPads are still selling strong. So was this aggressive and short cycle for the iPad a bad move for Apple? They don’t seem to think so, if rumors are to be believed.