Monday, 25 Feb 2013
HP has just unveiled its first Android product and tablet, the Slate 7. With a starting price of US$169.99, the tablet will go on sale in April.
Friday, 22 Feb 2013
The NVIDIA Tegra 4 will empower ZTE devices to provide ultra-fast web browsing, improved app load times, and more realistic gaming experiences - all without compromising on battery life - made possible by the processor's 72 custom NVIDIA GeForce core and quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU.
Monday, 18 Feb 2013
According to research firm Strategy Analytics, Nokia will not be showing off any tablet at MWC this year and will instead focus on their Lumia WP8 smartphones.
Thursday, 14 Feb 2013
iFixit has posted a full teardown of Microsoft's latest Surface Pro tablet, finding inside, the 'Cadillac of batteries' but also criticizing its repairability.
If rumors are to be believed, HP might be making a return to the tablet market. But instead of trying to resuscitate WebOS, the new devices will feature Android OS and are expected to be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip.
Friday, 8 Feb 2013
A 7-inch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet, the ASUS MeMO Pad comes priced at S$249 and features a 350-nit brightness display with 10-point multi-touch and 1024 x 600 resolution.
Wednesday, 6 Feb 2013
Starting today, you can buy the Apple's iPad Fourth Gen at all StarHub shops and selected authorized retailers. Read on for more information on the price plans available.
The new versions - 16GB (Wi-Fi only), 32GB (Wi-Fi only) and 32GB (3G) - include the same features which the current model sports, such as the 9.4-inch 1280 x 800 pixel screen, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, along with the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform.
Tuesday, 5 Feb 2013
Besides announcing that it has added two Toughbooks to its line of rugged mobile computers, Panasonic has also expanded its Toughpad line of enterprise-grade tablets with the introduction of the Toughpad FZ-G1.
Friday, 1 Feb 2013
New keyboard app Fleksy claims to have an autocorrect system that is so accurate that even blind users can type fast and accurately. Extreme mobile typists can even type without the keyboard being visible for maximum convenience.