An exec has used Samsung’s Galaxy Note phablet for a year to perform work-related tasks, ditching the regular PC in the process.
Android tablets are set to overtake the iPad and iPad mini in Q1 2013 sales, mostly made up of inexpensive 7-inch devices.
Just a few days ago we told you that T-Mobile was likely to announce a partnership with Apple in the very near future – or better said the launch of the iPhone 5 with the fourth largest carrier in the country – and it looks like that has sort of happened.
It’s not just Samsung that’s targeting Apple’s latest iOS products in patent-based lawsuits, but Google also, which is engaged in a patent battle of its own against Apple inherited from Motorola.
One of the reasons why people invest in tablets is to curl up with their device at the end of the day and enjoy some reading. Of course, lugging around a 10-inch tablet isn’t exactly very comfortable, nor is it very natural to look at. Seven-inch tablets, on the other hand, are a whole lot more subtle and can fit into bags and jacket pockets far more easily. Amazon’s latest tablet, the Kindle Fire HD, not only lets you enjoy a good read before bed but also lets you indulge in a bit of movie watching, audio listening, and Web…
Though Steve Jobs is famously known to have disliked the idea of 7-inch tablets, you can’t deny that there is a market for them. A 7-incher, such as the Google Nexus 7 (made by ASUS), is a whole lot more portable than larger 10-inch tablets and provides the same ebook reading and multimedia consumption experience as larger tablets do. It can easily fit in your hand, in your jacket pocket, and in your bag without your looking awkward in public. Naturally, Apple doesn’t want to be left out of that market. It has released the iPad mini, a tablet that…
Google unveiled new Nexus products yesterday, including new tablets such as the Samsung Nexus 10 and the 32GB Asus Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi and Cellular models), which will be the main weapons of the Search giant against Apple’s iPad and iPad mini models this holiday season.
What better way to start your stormy Monday than by enjoying some tech news. So what if it isn’t Google’s media event that was supposed to unveil a variety of Nexus devices including the Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and new Nexus 7 flavors, all running Android 4.2? You can always learn more about how the iPad mini was made.
Now the company has placed that Kindle Fire HD vs iPad mini comparison right on top of its front page – and since Amazon.com is the biggest retailer in the world, that’s quite a prime placement.
This week in Android news, most Android fans tossed their Nexus 7′s in the dumpster for the iPad Mini due to its’ revolutionary ideas and bar settings specs. And then we woke up from that horrible, pathetic nightmare. We tried to not make this weeks show a hatin’ on the iPad Mini show as much as possible, but at some points, it just couldn’t happen. The iPad Mini is a complete failure…that will sell millions due to brilliant marketing. On the show this week, we go over why the iPad Mini is a “me too” device and nothing more. For…