A whole bunch of manufacturers are busy trying to create a killer tablet to be able to compete with the iPad. And for many of those manufacturers Google’s Android operating system is the way to go. The hopes are high, since Android already managed to take the leading market share in the smartphone market. A few years ago Apple’s iOS reigned supreme, but was forcefully dethroned by a never-ending series of competitive Android smartphones. But is the tablet business that comparable to the smartphone industry? And shouldn’t we compare it to a much older case, that isn’t that positive for other manufacturers but perhaps fits the bill way better?
Here, Consumer Reports acknowledge iPad as the best overall best tablet computer on the market sale. According to Consumer Reports: "A year since the Apple iPad has been virtually the only game in town in tablet computers," CR wrote on Tuesday, "some serious competitors are finally hitting the market.
Very rare we can see such ads where the reseller thrashes the product they are retailing. The same thing happen when BestBuy bullied iPad in an ad. The above picture shows the Asus Eee Pad Transformer and iPad with a keyboard duct-taped on bearing the line, “Like That.” Next to it
Hewlett-Packard first gave us a peek at their Slate tablet way back at CES 2010. Now the real thing is finally here, but it may not be the iPad alternative some consumers have been waiting for. The HP Slate has finally arrived, and it holds few surprises. The HP Slate 500
The iPad is becoming more famous day by day, with people wanting to use it for different purposes because it’s handy, easy to use and also it’s got a great look. The demand for tablets like the iPad has reached the point where it's more popular than just about all other
Crunch gear recently reported on the release of the new Axon Haptic, a 10-inch touch screen tablet device priced approximately at $750 to $800 and capable of running not only both Windows and Linux, but also any Darwin-based operating system, including Mac OS X. We had some rumors back in April
We all knew it for months in some way, but now we know for sure. Apple has released a tablet and it’s called the iPad.
Here's some intelligence(!) data from Apple's top-secret products, Daring Fireball's John Gruber suggests that Apple's tablet will not have any camera, according to his reliable sources. Gruber's predictions sometimes have been strong, and this time he's uttering: And, for what it's worth, I'm hearing there is no camera, webcam or otherwise,
According to Financial Times, Apple has scheduled a special media event for Tuesday, January 26th at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, which is the place that Apple has used for music related events each fall in recent years. Apple will, according to sources, use the venue
Bill Keller, The New York Times executive editor, talked to the digital group at The New York Times October 16th with focus on the next couple of months. In his speech he mentioned delivery of content to mobile devices, including the “impending Apple slate.” The New York Times is rumored