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A report from Chitika, claims that 20% of web traffic came from smartphone and tablet users
According to an Analysis made by Chitika, an online advertising network, mobile browsing now comprises a high percentage of the web traffic in U.S. and Canada.Read the rest of the article »
Folks at XDA Developers have compiled a booting version of Android 4.03 for the Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Not long after Samsung confirmed its plans to roll-out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to other devices, some innovative folks from XDA forums have already tried it on their beloved Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Recent updates shows that the homebrew ICS build for Galaxy Tab 8.9 is now bootable and has its touch screen, auto-rotation feature, sound, Bluetooth, Wifi and Hardware acceleration (tested on Angry Birds) working.Read the rest of the article »
Apple pushes the release of iPad 3 devices not later than 2012.
Taiwan-based publication Digitimes reported recently that Apple has just canceled its iPad 3 supply schedule for the second quarter of the year, which means the next-generation iPad is unlikely to be available until 2012.
According to the source, the yield rate of a 9.7-inch panel with a Retina display resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 may be the main reason for the delay, since Apple’s other supply partners – Samsung Electronics and LG Display – have been unable to reach a good yield rate.Read the rest of the article »
Features of the market's leading tablets - Apple iPad 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - compared.
With so many tablets being released to date, challenging the market leader iPad 2 from Apple, a lot of consumers became quite undecided on which one has the real capability of giving them a superb user’s experience. Thus, to lessen your confusions, GADG decided to wrap-up two of the most high-end tablets to date – the iPad 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – and provided a brief comparison of their specifications.
Check them out after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Owners of Toshiba Thrive tablet are currently suffering from power flaws.
Toshiba, for the second time around, encountered several issues and problems with regards to its recently launched tablet — the Thrive. The device’s owners have posted comments on the company’s forums, claiming that the tablet is suffering from serious bugs. They say that the tab often refuses to wake up from sleep, it requires a hard reset, and the device frequently turns on even without prompting. These defects were also found in stock devices that have no installed applications yet.
Not all users are experiencing the said issues. But still, few statements affirm that such glitches can be solved through editing the Wi-Fi connection and screen timeout settings of the tablet.Read the rest of the article »
Which is better: Motorola Xoom or iPad 2?
There are probably a lot of tablets that were released recently. One of these is the Motorola Xoom, which is usually compared to its rival — Apple’s iPad 2. The Xoom has added some advanced features that are not present in its previous versions, and perhaps these specs are considered strong enough to keep up with Apple’s tablet.
Listed after the jump are the top five reasons why you should choose Motorola Xoom over Apple’s iPad 2.Read the rest of the article »
According to a report, panels that didn't meet Apple's requirements are being used to develop iPad clones by several Chinese manufacturer.
Based on a report from DigiTimes’ sources, rejected 9.7-inch IPS panels that didn’t meet Apple’s stringent requirements for developing the iPad 2 are being sold to China-based vendors. Sources pointed out that two main suppliers of the panels – LG Display and Samsung Electronics – shipped an estimated 12-15 million 9.7-inch IPS panels in the second quarter, while 7-9 million iPad 2s are projected to ship in the said timeframe.
Apple still have a long way to tap in the full potential of the tablet market in China, even though iPad has seen significant demand in the world’s most populated nation.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung executives is planning to spend $2 billion to develop digital textbooks for South Korean students by 2015.
South Korea’s future generations will be having digital textbooks in the near future, as Samsung executives announced this week that they plan to spend over $2 billion on developing digital textbooks. These digital textbooks will replace all the papers used in school everyday by the year 2015. South Korean student will be accessing paper-free learning [...]Read the rest of the article »
Amazon is facing a problem on securing a manufacturer for their rumored LCD tablet, as Apple Booked almost all of the tablet component makers.
According to a report, Amazon could face a problem with their rumored LCD tablet production due to Apple iPad 2′s occupation to most tablet manufacturers in the upcoming second half of the year. DigiTimes reported that touch panels makers Wintek, HannStar Display and J Touch received orders for a touchscreen tablet from Amazon.
However, Wintek also takes orders from Apple for their iPad and iPhone. Recent news about Wintek said that it will have a tight production schedule for the coming months, making ut diificult to accommodate orders from Amazon. On the other hand, TPK Holdings – a major supplier of touch modules for the iPad – said that they are uncertain to grab orders from Amazon because of the capacity problem.Read the rest of the article »
When the "right thing" for Nokia's tablet is coming, only the company can tell.
With around 200 tablets available in the market coming from Apple, Android, HP Palm, and RIM, it’s quite jarring to know why Nokia hasn’t jumped into the tablet category despite its (former) status as a technology giant — plus its recent partnership with the Microsoft Windows for their upcoming smartphones.
Perhaps, one can pinpoint the current development of the Windows phone for Nokia as a factor to why the company hasn’t made a tablet yet. Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop, elaborated through an interview with Finnish website – YLE – that the company is seeking to “do the right thing” with their tablets, instead of being another gadget clone with a Nokia logo embedded on its surface.Read the rest of the article »
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