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With mobile phones, tablets and laptops becoming more and more powerful, the need for a desktop computer is much less. So, do we expect the desktop computer to die out soon?
Some professionals said that the future of literacy would be the Kindle. This is because of the technology provided by this gadget. Compared to basic information gathering, using the Kindle is much more effective. This is due to the collection of media available and the ease of use.
Quietly introduced for a second time, the Sony Xperia™ Tablet S hits shelves again. After being withdrawn in October due to water damage issues, Sony has re-released it in time for Christmas. Featuring a slim aluminium splash-proof design and folded book-like design, the Xperia™ Tablet S is a unique, but attractive affair. Powered by Google […]
Technology seems to get lighter, smaller and easier to use, but this has caused the problem of neck and shoulder injuries. Leading shoulder and RSI doctor, Tony Kochhar, sees more than 20 patients a week for the ‘iPad Shoulder’. ‘Holding the tablet lower down means users have to gaze downwards more sharply. This is increasing the pressure on their joints’, says Kochhar.
Recent reports suggest that Nokia are planning to release a Windows 8 tablet before the year ends. According to suppliers, Nokia have got a 10-inch tablet in mind, which would also feature a dual-core Qualcomm CPU.
The Asus Transformer Prime received quite a bit of praise when it was unveiled, but, due to issues regarding stock, many people are complaining because it’s still not here.
UK network provider Orange have just unveiled a relatively cheap Android 3.2 tablet that they hope will sell like hotcakes with it’s low price and pretty decent specs.
If you’ve got one hell of a good memory, you might remember the Dockem Universal Phone and Tablet Wall Mount that we reviewed last year. Well, the creators and designers, Chris and Colby Moyer, have recently announced their brand new product, the Koala Mount for iPad.
Asus Chairman Honney Shih unveiled Asus’ latest Android tablet today. It’s a 10-inch tablet, which is part of the Transformer family and houses Nvidia’squad-core Kal-El processor.