Tag Archives: Tablets

Editorial: The World Needs More 4G Tablets

The mobile industry is constantly changing, with new trends hitting every few months. Back in 2010, Apple unveiled the iPad, completely changing the tablet landscape. Take a look now, and it’d be hard to find a technology manufacturer who doesn’t have some sort of tablet in the their lineup. Android has progressed a long way in these short two… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Tab 2 7.0 Receive A Nice Surprise – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Build Leaks

Samsung is intent on delivering 4.1 Jelly Bean to its latest devices in an attempt to bring a unified experience and more importantly avoid any legal concerns from Apple. We’ve seen official Jelly Bean builds for some of their flagship mobile devices, but now we have more information on Samsung’s tablet entries. According to SAMMobile, we’re starting… Read more

A New Tablet Contender – Toys ‘R Us Announces a $150, Android 4.0-powered 7-Inch Tablet – Named Tabeo, Releases October 21

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Toy ‘R Us has made an announcement today pertaining to the release of it’s own Android-powered tablet geared specifically towards children. The tablet, titled the ‘Tabeo’, will be a 7-inch device priced at $150, and will be available at all retail locations starting on October 21st. Currently… Read more

New Leak Points To A Very Strange Looking HTC Tablet

Well, well, what we have we here, thanks to an anonymous Twitter account, @evleaks.  The account reveals what appears to be leaked images of an unnamed HTC tablet.  As of now specs are unknown, however, the tablet appears to be 10″ and has a unique bezel that differentiates itself from the current tablet market.  With IFA just days away, will HTC… Read more

Editorial: Tablets Have Become Essential To My Daily Life

This time last year, I was a completely tablet person. I owned a first-gen iPad, and while I did own a decent desktop computer, the iPad was my main means for accessing the internet. I had everything I needed, apps, email, great web browsing, all in an incredibly portable package. The battery life was phenomenal, and I rarely had to charge it…. Read more