Google’s Nexus 7 seems on track for its first annual refresh, with Reuters reporting that a new version of the 7-inch tablet will launch in July. Citing two unnamed sources, Reuters says the new Android tablet will have a Qualcomm processor, a higher-resolution display (1920-by-1200 would be my guess) and a thinner bezel design. Once again Asus will be the manufacturer, and...
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Hot on the heels of its better-than-expected fourth-quarter results last week, HP had another surprise for consumers over the weekend; a Google Android tablet. HP announced its return to the consumer tablet market on Sunday, unveiling the 7-inch Slate7. HP had previously offered a tablet running on the WebOS operating system it acquired from Palm. The...
(2 months and 26 days ago)
Google will reportedly take advantage of Apple’s “delayed” second-generation iPad mini launch, and will reportedly make a new version of its Nexus 7 tablet a highlight of Google I/O next week. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s Retina iPad mini launch might be pushed back a bit and Google’s next-generation Nexus 7 will step in to the limelight...
(11 days ago)
Is HP about to attempt another comeback in the mobile market? Reports suggest that the company is working on an Android tablet. Sounds good but the Android market is a tough one to crack unless your name is Samsung.
(3 months and 7 days ago)
Google may be up-sizing its tablet line in a few weeks: A reported Samsung road-map shows a Nexus 11 tablet with two potential firsts. This could be a Nexus with memory expansion and also use an octa-core Samsung Exynos chip.
(22 days ago)
If you’re not sure you need a tablet, $200 is a lot to spend just to find out. But Ematic has reduced the risk with the Genesis Prime, a 7-inch Android tablet that lists for $80.
(29 days ago)
Tablet sales are expected to exceed expectations with a surge in smaller, lower-cost devices, according to IDC. Google’s Android leading the pack.
(2 months and 11 days ago)
NEWS Corporation has taken the wraps off its new tablet computer for the school market in the US.
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Google's net profit climbed to £2.19 billion while Microsoft made £3.93 billion thanks to their focus on mobile and tablet devices with products like Windows 8 (left) and Google Glass (right).
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Google continues to make it easier for developers to improve the Android app experience on tablets. When submitting apps to Google Play, a new optimization tip tool alerts developers when they're missing out on tablet support.
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