A version of Microsoft Office designed for Apple's iPhone and iPad is now expected to arrive on the iOS App Store in early 2013, offering free document viewing, while a subscription will be needed for editing.
If you have been following all the rumours and guesstimates of what the iPad Mini will look like and what it will be packing – you know that it can get a little tricky to keep up-to-date with what’s happening to those 10million devices.
When announcing its own devices powered by the Windows 8 platform, namely the Surface tablets, Microsoft announced that they would be priced in line with the currently available tablet PCs and ultrabooks.
At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference, CEO Steve Ballmer refuted recent speculation that the company is looking to compete with Windows 8-licensing hardware makers by saying Surface is merely a reference design.
Kogan is first with a budget Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" tablet, but you get what you pay for. Ruslan Kogan is great at making headlines, but his reputation is more hit and miss when it comes to making gadgets. So I didn't have high hopes for Kogan's new $179 Agora 10-inch Android tablet -- the world's first tablet to run ICS out of the box. I only got to spend a weekend with the Agora, but what I found was a budget tablet in every sense of the word.
There’s been another round of rumors about Microsoft Office apps for iOS and Android, but the evidence is still shaky. Microsoft still hasn’t officially announced anything or even publicly acknowledged that they’re planning to bring “real” Office apps to these platforms.
With rival tablets from Amazon and Google snapping at its heels, the iPad scales down.
AT THE Apple media event held last week amid the gilded rococo splendour of the historic California Theatre in San Jose in the heart of Silicon Valley, one thought briefly of the man sorting oranges - ''it's all the choices that drive me mad''.
The tablet market finally seems to have moved beyond a one-horse, Apple iPad monopoly. Google's Nexus 7 has made a splash in the tablet market, and Amazon's unveiling of the new Kindle Fire lineup will shake things up a bit as well.
SMART phones may be more pervasive, but it is tablet computers such as Apple’s iPad that are having a more profound impact in driving consumers into the digital world, according to a survey by mobile ad network InMobi.
Wondering what Google’s flagship I/O Conference announcement this week should look like? Wonder no longer. It’s a 7-inch Tegra 3 tablet running Android Jelly Bean, and it’s set to hit Australia in July.
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