It’s no secret that Dell hasn’t had the best of luck in the wide world of Android. Their first Android device, the Streak 5, has already been discontinued (and picked up by the government), leaving behind a rather lackluster legacy. The next device to get the axe is the me-too tablet, the Streak ... Read More »
Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year in the United States, has come and gone, leaving many victors and losers in its aftermath. Waffle maker riots may have been the hot topic of the weekend, but now that things have calmed down, manufacturers and retailers are starting to talk turkey.
While they won’t ... Read More »
HTC is undoubtedly thinking about 2012. This year was great, but next year shows more potential with quad-core processors, Ice Cream Sandwich and even better technology on the horizon. Companies will have to step up their game, especially with Windows 8 tablets entering the arena.
The tablet market is not exactly the ... Read More »
Most Tweeted This Week
ASUS has done an outstanding job giving us updates for the Transformer. There’s no doubt they’re keeping their customers happy with great hardware/software, affordable prices and timely updates. What else can we ask for, right?
Technology is evolving and so are games. GameStop knows that gaming has migrated out of consoles and is now very mobile. While these devices are not as powerful as consoles, they are making headway. Without a doubt, mobile gaming has gained immense popularity, even defeating the purpose gaming consoles for many.
GameStop has ... Read More »
The Android platform is fun, but it’s nowhere near as full-featured and complex as Windows. At the same time, Android tablets are more convenient for on-the-go tasks. Wouldn’t it be great to bring Android’s mobile software to the Windows platform? Well, that’s exactly what Blustacks wants to do.
Bluestacks app player for Windows is currently ... Read More »
The announcement of the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich was not the only major event that took place in Hong Kong. In fact, Google’s Andy Rubin had a chance to talk at AsiaD, covering topics like Android, its future, the competition and tablets.
Of course, the launch of Ice ... Read More »
Dell Inc.’s founder and CEO Michael Dell has announced that the company is betting the farm on Microsoft’s Windows 8 for its future tablets in hopes of dethroning Apple’s iPad2. Mr. Dell stated that the market for Android devices has not developed as they had hoped.
Though I think Mr. Dell is correct when it ... Read More »
In a new report from eDataSource, “a leading provider of online competitive intelligence,” it’s been estimated that Amazon has sold more than 95,000 Kindle Fires on the first day of pre-order sales alone.
By using an inbox scanning technique, eDataSource was able to scour some 800,000 inboxes the day Kindle Fire pre-orders went live to ... Read More »
In keeping with today’s trend of tablet related news, T-Mobile has used Twitter to announce that the carrier will indeed be carrying the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
No details on exactly which model will grace Magenta’s shelves have been released. It’s very possible that T-Mobile will release a 4G enabled Tab, but a WiFi-only ... Read More »