Win one for Apple. After suing Samsung for copying its iPad and iPhone designs with similar competitors, a German court's been granted an injunction to block all sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the European Union. Yowza!
Time Inc, the publisher behind such titles as Time, People, and Sports Illustrated, is planning to make all 21 of its titles available on tablets by the end of the year, making it the first major publisher to do so.
Sure, tablets are cute and everything, but they only make up a small percentage of computer sales…for now. That's right, folks. It looks like tablets are gearing up to takeover the world. Don't take my word for it, click below to see the statistics.
Some five months later, the Motorola Xoom is officially a failure. Motorola messed up big time with its first Android 3.0 tablet. How can old Moto steal some thunder from the iPad 2? Perhaps by borrowing a few elements from its competitors and including a 2048x1536 resolution display.
It's been clear for a while that Amazon is currently working on an Android-powered tablet, one that would compliment its kindle rather than replace it. And now it looks like we may be getting it sooner rather than later.
Come this October, Dell might have the most powerful tablet on the market. At least, that's what its Peju code-named tablet running Windows 8 looks like on paper.
The iPad 2 is great, but the one thing it didn't get upgraded from the original was its screen. According to one analyst, that might be changing later this year.
Four years from now, South Korea will have solved the largest issue to plague educational institutions and students since the beginning of time: hunchbacks. Embracing tablets, its government plans to completely replace heavy paper textbooks with tablets and e-book in every single school by 2015.
When the iPad was released, everybody said e-readers like Amazon's Kindle were going to be dead in the water because it was a single-purpose device unlike a tablet. Boy were they wrong. A new Pew Research report shows e-readers taking the lead over tablets in growth.
The Crux Loaded case is an iPad case/enhancement that gives your tablet a keyboard, trackpad and extended battery, turning it into a full-fledged laptop.