- News tagged "tablet"
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
CrackBerry obtained some images of the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system (OS). The new user interface adopts several elements from Google Android and Windows Phone 7 such as the homescreen widgets.
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Tab 2. Sporting a 7-inch display and running Android 4.0, the new tablet is the direct successor of the first Galaxy Tab which first appeared in 2010.
Monday, 13 Feb 2012
Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley claimed in his report that Amazon will be launching a new 9-inch Kindle Fire model alongside an updated 7-inch model in mid 2012.
Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
The latest rumor indicates that Apple will be launching the iPad 3 in the first week of March. The event is said to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The next generation iPad model is also expected to be available a week or so after its launch.
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be available in Singapore from 11 February at S$948 and S$898 respectively. Samsung also adds a new color, coral pink to its current flagship model, the Galaxy S II.
Samsung has confirmed that it will not be hosting a press conference at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, reports PCMag.
Thursday, 2 Feb 2012
BGR got some images that provide new details about Apple's third generation of the iPad. The images suggest that Apple will put a quad-core CPU inside the iPad 3 and will release two versions of it.
Monday, 30 Jan 2012
In a blog post, Symantec identified multiple publisher IDs on the Android Market that are being used to push out Android.Counterclank. The malware in question has a bot-like behavior, which can receive commands to steal information from the Android device.
Friday, 27 Jan 2012
Pocketnow had an early hands-on with a non-final build of HTC Sense 4.0, which may be announced at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012.
Friday, 20 Jan 2012
The exorbitant Android-based tablet comes at a steep price of 9,999 yuan (US$1,600) with apps specifically catered for officials in China, Reuters reports.