Thursday, 14 Mar 2013
Google has announced that Andy Rubin will be stepping down as head of Android. His duties will be merged into those of Sundar Pichai, who is currently senior VP of Chrome and Apps.
Independent game developer, Vivid Games, has revealed that it is working on a Tegra 4-optimized version of its popular Android and iOS game, Real Boxing, for devices such as NVIDIA's handheld gaming console, Project SHIELD.
Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013
Amidst growing and intense competition from rivals, research house IDC predicts that Android tablets will overtake iPads in terms of market share for the first time this year.
Monday, 11 Mar 2013
Dubai-based tech company, Eurostar Group, has decided that women need a tablet designed specifically for them. As such, it has released the ePad Femme, an 8-inch Android tablet that comes pre-loaded with a light pink wallpaper and apps concerning yoga, grocery shopping, and cooking.
Friday, 8 Mar 2013
Korean CE giant Samsung Electronics has agreed to invest about US$111 million in Sharp. In return, the former will be allocated about 35.8 million new shares, which equates to 3.08% of the voting rights in the struggling Japanese company.
Samsung has confirmed that it is stopping sales of its Windows RT tablet, the Ativ Tab, in Germany and other European countries, just four months after its initial launch, due to weak demand.
Thursday, 7 Mar 2013
ASUS has just announced the ASUS Transformer AiO, an All-in-One PC with a detachable display that can be used as a standalone tablet around the home. Read on for more details.
Friday, 1 Mar 2013
Google has admitted that Motorola devices aren't up to their standards in a telling press conference, a full nine months after their acquisition.
Tuesday, 26 Feb 2013
Ubuntu for Tablets Announced, Developer Preview Available for Nexus Devices on 21st (Updated with Video)
Following its announcement for Ubuntu smartphones last month, Canonical has also announced a new version of its Ubuntu Linux operating system for tablet devices.
ASUS joined the ranks of Samsung and Huawei in offering a tablet with voice call capability. Known as the Fonepad, the 7-inch ASUS tablet is powered by Intel Atom Z2420 processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Hit the link to find out more.