Just like we always say, Samsung and Apple will always have a thing between them. The two companies’ recent bout includes Samsung being asked to pay Apple a staggering $290 million for violating Apple’s patents. The amount is big but still 90 million less than what Apple required initially. mehr »
We know that Android is king but when it comes to the tablet category, the iPad has been leading since its launch. Not this time as the tablet scene has seen a big change with Android tablets taking over the iPad. Thanks to low-priced tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX and Nexus 7, more and more people are buying Android tablets. mehr »
Slowly but surely, the Android 4.4 KitKat OS is coming to the latest devices in the market. Next to get a taste of KitKat ar thee Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 with the OTA update finally rolling out. The update is coming to the WiFi-version only initially, no word for the 3G version though. mehr »
Your Nexus 7 may be LTE-enabled but for Verizon subscribers, you will have to wait for the KitKat upgrade to enjoy the fast mobile internet. mehr »
The whole Android market now has more Jelly Bean users after almost 1.5 years. Most users are now active with Jelly Bean OS. About 52.1 percent run at least Android 4.1 but Android 4.2 users have increased by almost 200 percent since August. So Jelly Bean is King for now but since Android 4.4 KitKat’s release, the situation might soon change. mehr »
Archos recently revealed three new tablets for us to enjoy in different sizes: 8- , 9-, and 10.1-inch tablets. These tablets feature dual band WiFi, hi-res IPS displays, 1.6GHz quad-core processors, Bluetooth connectivity, and 8GB built-in storage.
Could Asus be working on the next-generation Nexus tablet? Most likely as ever reliable @evleaks showed off yet another photo of a Nexus 10. Well, not the actual product but some information from a UK retailer. mehr »
Nothing officially official but Lenovo is said go be revealing a new tablet. Perhaps following Huawei in leaking upcoming products, Lenovo is expected to introduce another entry to the Yoga series but this time, it’s a tablet.
At the IFA in Berlin, ASUS is expected to show off a new Fonepad. It’s just an enhanced version of the previous model of the phablet hybrid. A teaser video ad was recently released to entice us geeks. mehr »