Among the plethora of new devices unveiled during Samsung’s event in London today, the Samsung ATIV Q is certainly one of the most intriguing. Yes, there are a handful of people on the planet who would love to take pictures with a mirrorless DSLR running Android, but a laptop/tablet hybrid running Windows 8 and ... Read More »
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If millions of people are buying 7-inch tablets for $199, how many 10-inch tablets would they buy for the same $199 price? We might find out soon because Engadget editor Tim Stevens is reporting that an “inside source” told him Microsoft will launch their 10-inch Surface tablet for $199 on October ... Read More »
So I jumped the gun a bit last night in thinking that the BlueStacks Windows 8 integration was all that ASUS had meant with their cryptic teasers. Earlier today ASUS took the wraps off the ASUS Transformer AiO which is both a full Windows 8 all-in-one touchscreen desktop and a somewhat ... Read More »
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While I hate to complain about Android apps being made more widely available to consumers, I have to say I’m a little bummed to see that the admittedly ambiguous teaser that ASUS put out last week was apparently only pointing to BlueStacks integration and not a true, dual-booting tablet.
Fortunately I recover quickly ... Read More »
The Apple iPad has a dominating market share lead over its Android tablet competition and things aren’t expected to change much this year with the introduction of the iPad 3. While most of us favor Android powered devices, it’s hard to deny that no Android manufacturer has been able to produce a tablet which can ... Read More »
Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system was built with mobility in mind, a fact made readily apparent looking at the Metro UI platform in Windows 8. Though BlueStacks CEO Rosen Sharma believes the Windows 8 platform is beautiful, he also suggests that the main problem with the unreleased Windows 8 thus far is the lack of applications for ... Read More »
Last month at AsiaD, Andy Rubin mentioned that he wanted to see Android on every screen. This might very well be possible soon, even with screens that were not designed to run Android. FXI Technologies has recently showed off a little gadget code-named the “Cotton Candy,” (weighs the same as a cotton candy ... 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 »