Samsung prepares another device from the Galaxy lineup. This time it is a new tablet which should be the successor to the 10.1 inch Galaxy Note, and bring newer hardware and a larger screen diagonal.
Intel has released its new chip ZMM 7160 which supports 4G LTE networking and is designed for installation in smartphones and tablets. The chip is already used in Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 tablet devices which are sold in Europe and Asia.
Tim Cook is starting to backpedal on the way that Apple views the market. There was a time when Apple liked to talk up the number of units they shipped and their market share. It was Apple’s pride and joy and they used it often to show the power of their brand. However, after the death of Steve jobs things have started to slide. Businessman Tim Cook has not had the same presence that Jobs had. Their product releases have not been of the same style that Jobs had and Apple has suffered from it.
Samsung for 10th November announced the release version of their Galaxy Tab tablet designed for children. Device called the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids comes in green and yellow, has a 7 inch screen with a 1024×600 resolution, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1G of RAM and 8GB of storage.
According to forecasts by Gartner this year tablet deliveries will increase by 53% , while the deliveries of desktop and notebook PCs will fall by 11%. Tablets of all manufacturers based on the Android operating system for the first time should overtake Apple's iPad product line. We can expect delivery of 91.5 million Android devices (49.6 %), compared to 89.6 million iPads shipped (or 48.6%). As for the tablets on a Windows operating system, it is expected that there will be more than 3 million units shipped, which gives them a 1.7% share.
After being introduced at the beginning of this month, Dell's new tablet called the Venue Pro 8 arrived to stores these days. It comes with a quad-core Intel Atom processor clocked at 1.8GHz and 2GB of RAM, an 8-inch screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels.
These days, we're looking to do things quickly while not sacrificing the quality of our work in the process. That's where tablets come in handy and it's easy to see why they're gaining more and more popularity. A PC tablet works like a regular computer, but it’s not nearly as heavy as one. This means you can do all of your work on the road, at the local coffee shop, or right in your own home without a heavy laptop sitting on your lap. You can take a PC tablet with you anywhere you go to get work done. If you're going to a business meeting, having a tablet allows you to take notes when necessary. On the other hand, if you feel like relaxing and just watching a show, you can stream shows from your tablet as well. Tablets are making life so much more convenient for consumers as they're portable computers. They're lightweight and convenient to take with you anywhere. These are just a few of the advantages of a PC tablet.
In the first 24 hours of availability of iOS 7, this version was on 18% of Apple's mobile devices, according to analytics firm Chitika. The result is better than last year when iOS 6 in the same period grabbed 16% share. Statistics from Chitika are based on the measurement of Internet traffic in North America.
Toshiba launched their 8-inch tablet named Encore which comes with "full" version of Windows 8 at IFA. The tablet will come preinstalled with Windows 8.1, and will be on sale in the last quarter of this year.
Korean IT giant LG has launched their new tablet G Pad 8.3. New device belongs to the family of 8 inch tablets as the name suggests. According to statements from LG it is the first tablet in this class which will have a full HD screen with a resolution of 1920x1200.