Dell has been a big player in the PC world for years. After a few unsuccessful attempts at the mobile market, it pulled out to go back to what it was best at. Now Dell’s back in the Android game with the affordable Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets. The Venue 7 includes a 7-inch 1280×800 ... Read More »
Lately the rumor mill has been churning with reports about two new Samsung tablets, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5, which will reportedly feature 2560×1600 AMOLED displays. Now a new report claims that those aren’t the only high-res Android tablets Samsung’s got cooking in its kitchen.
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Today’s news will probably come as little surprise to anyone that’s paid attention to the smartphone market over the last several years, as the tablet market has largely played out in a similar fashion. According to a recently-released Gartner study, Android’s tablet market share overtook iOS’s in 2013, despite the feeling that some people were ... Read More »
Of all the time periods in history, this century is one of the best to live in. The technological advances in the past 100 years have changed the world in huge ways. Even since the new millennium began, we’ve seen major strides in portable technology. Laptops, smartphones, cameras, tablets. They’ve all grown much smaller and ... Read More »
During its press conference at CES today, Samsung revealed a new line-up of tablets for 2014. In fact, there are two new lines this year, the NotePRO and TabPRO lines, which each feature different tablets. Without further ado, let’s just jump right into it.
Starting with the smallest of the bunch, we have ... Read More »
Heads up, spec hounds: Samsung today announced that it has created what it says is the industry’s first 8Gb low power double data rate 4 mobile memory. The chip is made using a 20-nanometer class process technology, and Samsung says that it can support a data transfer per pin rate of 3200Mbps. Overall Samsung says ... Read More »
Remember how a month or so back, I wrote that article complaining about the fact that there was no new Nexus 10 yet? In the time since, not much has changed. There’s still no new Nexus 10 and judging by the rumors, it doesn’t ... Read More »
The latest video from ASUS, titled “Green or Blue? One or Two?” shows the Statue of Liberty holding up two fingers with one hand and holding a blue tablet in the other. She then takes out another tablet, and everything is turning from blue to green and black. It’s not very subtle, but it may ... Read More »
Own an Android-powered tablet? If so, you should now have a much easier time finding applications that are optimized for big screen. Google has announced that, starting today, a “Designed for tablets” section will be the default view for tablet users perusing the Play Store’s top lists. The list will include apps that follow Google’s ... Read More »