Friday, 10 May 2013
ASUS posted a video on YouTube to tease its upcoming products at Computex 2013, which will include a new Transformer tablet with a stylus.
Thursday, 9 May 2013
According to a report by PC World, HP will be standardizing the design and features of all of its notebooks and tablets to cut manufacturing costs and help customers better identify its products.
Tuesday, 7 May 2013
ASUS will launch several small Windows 8 tablets later this year as prices of these devices are expected to fall below US$300.
Adobe surprised everyone today by revealing the Projects Mighty and Napoleon hardware prototypes. The Mighty is Adobe's take on a cloud-connected stylus, while the Napoleon is a new kind of digital stencil; the projects are an attempt to digitise the creative workflow from pen and paper to stylus and tablet.
Monday, 6 May 2013
The yet to be announced but already heavily leaked Acer Iconia W3 is an 8-inch, Intel Atom-based Windows 8 tablet that supposedly costs just US$380.
Friday, 3 May 2013
Panasonic has announced that it will be rolling out the Toughpad JT-B1 in the ASEAN region at the CommunicAsia 2013. Tailored for enterprise users, the Toughpad JT-B1 is the successor to the Toughpad FZ-G1, which was announced in February this year.
According to people familiar with the matter, iOS 7 will be a such a significant update that it is pulling engineers from the OS X team to help ensure it meets its rumored September dateline.
Monday, 29 Apr 2013
Google Now is available on the iPad and iPhone. All you need to do is to update your Google Search app.
Researchers have discovered a new source of lithium near Rock Springs, Wyoming. The new source could potentially contain enough lithium to meet US demand for a whole century.
Friday, 26 Apr 2013
According to a report from Strategy Analytics, Apple leads the tablet market with 19.5 million iPads sold last quarter. Microsoft leapt to a market share of 7.5 per cent with three million Windows-based tablets shipped worldwide, up from last quarter's paltry figure of 1.6 per cent.