Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
The new Polaroid Tablet is integrated with parental controls to give your kids a safe browsing environment
Polaroid launches an Android tablet especially made for children. The Polaroid PTAB750 7 educates and entertains kids while at home or on the go. It is a 7-inch tablet that runs on an Android 4.0 OS.Read the rest of the article »
Apple's New iPad 's arrival in stores will still push through on Friday, 8am.
Apple announces in their recent press release that the new iPad is still set to arrive in stores this Friday, March 16, at 8am. The long awaited table is set to arrive in the U.S. and in ten countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland and the UK; along with Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Besides the Apple retail shops, the new iPad will be also sold in different stores like Best Buy, Radio Shack, Sam’s Club, Target and Walmart.Read the rest of the article »
Sony lowers Tablet S price by $100, now starts at $400 for 16GB and $500 for the 32GB version.
Sony’s surprise pricing change puts the Tablet S away from Transformer Prime and iPad 2 price range and joins Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, ASUS Transformer and Toshiba Thrive tablets in the mid-range slates category.View Article Source »
U.S. court denies Apple's request to block sales of Samsung Galaxy devices
“It is not clear that an injunction on Samsung’s accused devices would prevent Apple from being irreparably harmed,” U.S. judge wrote in a decision that came out last Friday, December 2, denying Apple’s appeal for a preliminary injunction against Samsung and from stopping it from selling Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
The two companies have been battling it out in court since April, when Apple Inc filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung for ‘slavishly’ copying and using a number of technologies off its iPad and iPhone.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon.com is in the process of testing out a redesign for its retail site.
The Wall Street Journal confirmed that the tests began last week and will continue to be kicked off to more customers, though the date of its full launching remained undisclosed. The revamped design now gets a cleaner interface with more lighter space and larger search box. The manufacturer also announced that the redesigned site will be featuring new applications, digital games, ebooks, and MP3 songs.
Rumors have claimed that this redesigning issue might mark the launching of a tablet-optimized site. Last July, several reports were disclosed, stating that Amazon’s rumored Android-powered tablet might be released by October with a price of $250. Perhaps the company is aiming to offer the tablet in a much affordable price, so they could be one of iPad’s top competitor.View Article Source »
New tablet computer from Amazon, scheduled for a release in October.
Amazon finally intros its new tablet computer which will be launched in October. The said device will be produced in order to compete with Apple’s iPad, and also to help its own digital content store in marketing their music, movies, and other content.
Entering the tablet market would probably be a hard battle for Amazon, knowing that Apple has been the leader of tablet sales — with 19.5 million worth of devices that were sold since the iPad launching last year.
Though the company had not yet revealed some features of the upcoming tablet, few reports have leaked out that it will be a nine-inch screened tab running on Google’s Android platform. The new Amazon tablet would not feature any camera, unlike the iPad 2, but will be available in a pricing that is much affordable — making it the best choice over other tablets in the market.Read the rest of the article »
The Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone plugs into a laptop-like companion, consisting of a keyboard and a screen. This is a very novel idea that gives gadget lovers the convenience.
Hiding a smartphone inside a tablet can make you enjoy the best of both worlds, just like what ASUS did it with its PadFone, Nuzzling its new Android smartphone into a docking bay at the back of the large-screened tablet, it has a small door that closes behind it, secretly storing the phone.
According to its Facebook page, ASUS has been plugging its tagline: “Break the Rules: Pad or Phone,” and the company is doing it by releasing the Motorola Atrix’s versatility to a tablet form. There even is a small hole for the Gamin ASUS-like smartphone’s camera to peep out.
ASUS and Motorola are on the right track, as those who carry around a bag full of gadgets everyday would like to avoid repetition of efforts. The system ASUS has created uses what’s probably a dual-core processor inside the smartphone that can run a tablet. Hence, there’s just one unit that handles both tablet and smartphone processing, and of course, just one cellphone bill to pay.View Article Source »
With tablets inching its way in replacing the laptops as a mobile computing device, it’s inevitable to ask the tablet-universe denizens on what they use their devices for. Good thing Google’s AdMob was up to the task as they polled tablet-owners in the U.S. on what they were doing on the devices. Is it for checking e-mails? Reading the digital newspapers, shopping online, playing games?
Well, the results definitely left a lot of people stagger as it seems the tablet is not only here to clash against the laptops, but most likely against the handheld gaming consoles as well (no surprise there, folks).
Check out the chart after the break!Read the rest of the article »
"The Tablet to Create a Better World."
If you want to know the best highlights of the Super Bowl this year, here’s something from Motorolla.
Motorola promoted theie newest tablet through a commercial spot which was shown during the Super Bowl evemt last Sunday. The advertisement of the Motorola Xoom tablet showed the historic 1984 spot courtesy of Apple. However, this time, it’s their turn to throw the hammer. Xoom tag line goes like this:
“The Tablet to Create a Better World.”
The commercial features the the multi-touch capability of Xoom and it also hinted superb graphic power. It is just a taste of what Xoom can bring, and it looks like it posts a huge threat against iPad.
Catch the video after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
"The Dell Streak has found a way to fit your whole world in a 5-inch screen. Its unique size will help people discover new ways to enjoy the web, connect with friends, and navigate their lives." – Ron Garriques, president, Dell Communication Solutions
After a brief delay, Dell is now ready to sell their Streak this Friday. A two-year contract from AT&T will cost $ 299.99 and $ 549.99 if you’re planning to practice your freedom. If you signed up for a pre-sale, you’ll be able to place your order one day earlier. However, there’s no indication that it’ll be launching anything newer than Android 1.6, so just hope that the 2.1 update will come on its way soon with 720p video capture. But more or less, Dell Streak has definitely found its way to fit your whole world in a 5 inch screen. US priority pre-sale registrants can order their tablet at www.dell.com/mobile this Thursday. The general availability of the product will follow a day after on the same website.
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