Digitimes reports that Nokia plans to launch an 8-inch tablet called the Lumia 2020 in the first quarter of 2014.
Google Play is now a little more tablet friendly. The Android maker on Thursday announced that the Google Play store now includes a category called “Designed for tablets.” Tablet users will see the category as their default view in top lists but can still switch the view to all apps and games.
The Venue 8 Pro isn’t flashy, design-wise. The front panel is all glass, with a discreet black bezel and a 1.2 MP camera. The back is black plastic with a 5 MP camera above the trademark Dell logo; the plastic is ribbed, making it easy to hold the device in one hand without fear of dropping it.
Hell hasn’t frozen over just yet, but it’s definitely getting a little colder down there. According to Nintendo software engineer Nando Monterazo, Nintendo is has been hard at work on a new tablet, and it’s based on the best mobile OS on the planet: Android.
On November 6 I wrote about how the Kindle Fire HDX lapped the iPad Air’s Retina Display in DisplayMate’s shootout of flagship tablet displays. That piece left me wondering how the display in the new Retina iPad mini would compare to the displays in the Kindle Fire HDX 7 and Google Nexus 7. Well, the other shoe just dropped.
If you’ve read this, you know that Android without Google is a bit of a barren landscape. Manufacturers interested in doing Android without Google have their work cut out for them as they attempt to provide a solid experience for users.
Android tablet shipments have outpaced Apple iPad shipments all year. But it’s only in the last quarter that Android tablet revenue has surpassed iPad revenue for the first time. But not the last.
AT&T* customers can own a tablet that’s used for more than reading the news and watching videos. The Nokia Lumia 2520, which will be available in black in all AT&T channels beginning on November 22, is a great tool for both consuming and creating content. Customers can purchase the Lumia 2520 for $399.99 with a […]
Back in 2010, Steve Jobs scoffed at the “current crop of seven-inch tablets,” calling them “dead on arrival.” “There are clear limits of how close you can physically place elements on a touchscreen before users can reliably tap, flick, or pinch them,” he said on an October earnings call. “This is one of the key […]
If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the EVGA Tegra Note 7 is your best bet. It costs only $200 — compared to the Note 8’s $380 price tag — and is outfitted with enough features to satisfy those looking to save some cash, while still taking advantage of […]