- News tagged "tablets"
Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014
According to a regulatory filing made to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Xiaomi generated profits of just US$56 million last year.
Thursday, 4 Dec 2014
First unveiled at IFA 2014, the ruggedized Samsung Galaxy Tab Active is now available in Singapore. The 8-inch tablet is IP67 certified against dust and water and comes with an anti-shock protection case that can withstand drops of up to 1.2m.
Thursday, 13 Nov 2014
If you use your iPad for lots of productivity applications, you might want to consider investing in Brydge's new keyboard, designed specifically for the iPad Air and iPad Air 2.
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
A teardown of Apple's new iPad Air 2 tablet has revealed that the base model costs around US$275 to build, which is roughly the same as the model it replaces.
Tuesday, 14 Oct 2014
According to the latest reports, Apple will not announce a new MacBook Air with Retina display at its event this Thursday. Elsewhere, leaked images show the new iPad with 2GB of RAM and A8X chip.
Thursday, 9 Oct 2014
Reports have confirmed that Apple will hold a press event next week where it is expected to announce new iMacs, iPads as well as the public release of OS X Yosemite.
Thursday, 25 Sep 2014
The 8-inch tablet space just got more exciting with the upcoming availability of these two high performance Intel Moorefield quad-core tablets. The newer Memo Pad 8 has upped its capabilities by a great degree, thus becoming the company's premium 8-inch tablet offering. Meanwhile, those on a budget and prefer to have phone call functionality will be served by the Fonepad 8. More details inside!
Wednesday, 10 Sep 2014
Intel is working hard to expand the x86 architecture in the Android space by announcing the new Intel Reference Design Program for Android which guarantees OEMs/ODMs updates within 2 weeks of release from Google.
Tuesday, 9 Sep 2014
According to figures from Localytics, the three year old iPad 2 is Apple's most popular tablet, making up a whopping 29% of all Apple tablets out in the wild.
Thursday, 28 Aug 2014
In a brief interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook calls the recent slump of iPad sales a "speed bump" and remains "bullish" about the future of the tablet market.