Apple's iPad 3 is currently expected to drop early in 2012, but some analysts are suggesting that the launch window could slip, mostly due to the fact that no one has managed to even dent the iPad 2's market share.
In a conventional modern war, you want to arm yourself with guns, tanks, and fighter jets. In the war between Apple and Google, the ammunition comes in the form of patents and let’s just say that Google has been busy with some stockpiling.
The race for app dominance is ongoing, manufactures have been promoting the sheer number of apps they have for the past number of years. Everything from the time wasters to the productivity enhancers have been highlighted.
People are getting more social and more altruistic. That’s the simple part of the takeaway from Nielsen SVP of consumer insights and analytics Radha Subramanyam‘s presentation at paidContent Advertising.
We’ve already seen an 11-minute walk-through video comparing a new Windows 8 beta tablet to an iPad 2 running iOS 5, but there are plenty of features Microsoft is cooking up that didn’t make it into the beta release of the OS.
Tablets, and a few more tablets. That seems to be the story these days, but we aren't complaining. It seems that the more we see, the lower the prices go, and that's good for everyone on this side of the buying fence.
Ready to experience "the fastest tablets in the world?" Well you'll have to wait just a little longer. Archos announced that their new 80 G9 tablet would go on presale through Archos.com on September 20th.
There has been no shortage of buzz and chatter about the Windows 8 Developer Preview that Microsoft let fly during their BUILD Developer's conference this week. What's even more interesting is that they made their new beta baby available for...
Research In Motion vice president of BlackBerry Enterprise Server John Vandermay has left the company to assume a new position with Gemcom Software International, the Financial Post reported on Wednesday.