02/26/2014, The Tower of Babel has proven to be the place where humanity dispersed around the known world back then, each of them being confused because their languages were all mixed up, at least according to Biblical sources. Hopefully there will be no confusion at all with the HTC Babel, which is a conceptual tablet that comes in a 10” form factor. This particular HTC Babel concept hails from the brain […]
02/26/2014, It was in 2013 when Google introduced a Nexus 7 dock a few months after the tablet went up for sale, and it is now time to relive such a moment all over again, as the folks over at ASUS has started to sell a couple of different kinds of docks for the 2013 edition of the Nexus 7 tablet. The first of the two would be the ASUS Dock […]
02/26/2014, Mobile World Congress 2014 is will soon end, and before we leave Barcelona, we wanted to take a look back on the products that we think will have a great impact on the market, or set some trends in 2014. There are several takeaways from MWC 2014: “Raw performance” has a longer cycle The mid-range smartphones is where the growth is There is still much room left for meaningful innovations […]
02/26/2014, With the Nexus 5, Google debuted a new software feature that was referred to back then as the Google Experience Launcher. Its more commonly known as the Google Now launcher, it lets users say “Okay, Google” to initiate a search from any home screen. Initially this was only limited to the Nexus 5, and though people found ways to get it on their other Nexus devices via leaks and unofficial […]
02/26/2014, The tablet market is an extremely competitive one, although Apple’s iPad has more or less dominated the scene for the longest time already. Well, the folks over at Barnes & Noble are currently working hard to prepare the launch of its first new tablet since the last release which happened a couple of years ago. In the company’s most recent financial report, it was apparent that B&N is currently talking […]
02/25/2014, Wait a minute here, why must the name TCL be invoked when we are clearly talking about an Alcatel product? Well, TCL so happens to be the China-based company that also operates the Alcatel brand where mobile devices are concerned, and their latest tablet is known as the Alcatel One Touch Pixi 7 – which strangely enough, comes with an extremely affordable €79 price tag that ought to turn heads.
02/25/2014, Rumor has it that Samsung wants to make your experience of purchasing a Galaxy device from its retail store more personalized. Apparently the company is going to install third party applications based on the user’s personality, when that user comes in to a Samsung retail store to purchase a Galaxy device. So for example banking and finance apps would be installed for someone working in a corporation or running their […]
02/25/2014, The Walt Disney Studios today released a free iOS app called Disney Movies Anywhere. This iTunes integrated app allows users to stream digital Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies they have already purchased and also lets them browse through a catalog to buy new ones. Disney Movies Anywhere is also available on the web. The app has only been released for iOS devices now and its compatible with the iPhone, iPad […]
02/25/2014, [MWC 2014] Before MWC 2014 kicked off this year, we did take a look at a glove-style wearable device, and this time around, it would be a new prototype tablet that sports a touchscreen display which will be able to convey a sense of “slipperiness” or “roughness”, where all of this will depend on the kind of image that is being shown. This particular haptic, or tactic, sensory technology was […]
02/25/2014, A security firm called FireEye has discovered a new security flaw in iOS which can be exploited by a malicious app to keep track of screen taps as well as log all keystrokes. The test was conducted on a non-jailbroken iOS 7.0.4 device on which a “monitoring” application was installed. FireEye hasn’t revealed exactly how it was able to install the app on the device, given the fact that Apple […]
02/24/2014, [MWC 2014] The folks over at ASUS has just introduced a couple more models for the Fonepad 7 line, where the first of the two would be the ASUS Fonepad 7 LTE (ME372CL), which happens to be a 7-inch phablet that has built-in LTE connectivity in addition to phone functionality for those who prefer to carry around an uncompromising device that will offer fast Internet connectivity as well as the […]
02/24/2014, When we talk about tablets, chances are you might be thinking about tablets like the iPad, the Nexus 7, and so on. Those are tablets designed for consumers, but what about those in the enterprise who might want something a little more robust? Well that’s where HP comes in with their brand new ElitePad 1000 G2 which the company is calling a “total business solution”. So what makes this an […]
02/23/2014, One of the best-looking Android tablet is getting a significant upgrade: at Mobile World Congress, Sony is releasing the XPERIA Z2 Tablet, with a new design that improves just about everything about the Z Tablet line. First of all, the guts are much more impressive with a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor (2.3GHz, 3GB of RAM) and integrated 4G LTE (there is a WiFi-only version too).
02/23/2014, We have been hearing a fair bit about Microsoft’s Surface Mini, a tablet that was supposed to have launched alongside the Surface 2, but obviously that did not happen, which has many wondering where on earth is the tablet? Is the device even real, and when can we expect to learn more about it? Well the good news is that if DigiTimes’ sources are to be believed, it seems that […]