Tablets

Which Tablets Make The Cut?

Which Tablets Make The Cut?

By Simon Fitzpatrick Sales of tablets are predicted to exceed those of PCs for the first time this year, with trouble expected for manufacturers who’ve been slow to embrace the touchscreen revolution. Tablets are particularly good for gaming, with intuitive control and high quality graphics, so let’s have a look at the best machines out there – as well as a few of the most entert... »

What Do You Do With Your Tablet PC?

What Do You Do With Your Tablet PC?

Whether your device is a 5″ Galaxy Note, a 7″ Nexus 7, or a 10″ iPad or Nexus device, tablet PC’s are becoming commonplace in both households and offices around the world. But what do you use yours for? Lately, reports say that non-iOS (iPad) devices are gaining a strong foothold in the tablet market, mainly those powered by Google’s mobile Operating System Android &... »

4 Steps to Prepare Your Electronics for Theft

4 Steps to Prepare Your Electronics for Theft

Electronics cost a lot of money, which is why it’s not surprising that they sometimes get stolen. You need to take good care of your electronics to keep them safe and in your own hands. However, there are additional measures you can take to help you find them in the event that they are stolen. Who knows? You may even be able to catch the thief red-handed. Engrave Your Name and Number on Your... »

Asus Transformer AiO: Android Tablet with Windows 8

Asus Transformer AiO: Android Tablet with Windows 8

Last week in Barcelona, Asus showed us their newest devices: The FonePad and the Padfone who are booth based on Android… Now the company just unveiled another device dubbed the Asus Transformer AiO. The Asus Transformer AiO boasts a 18.4 full HD LED 1920×1080 touchscreen display and at the same time the device can un-dock from a Windows 8 base unit personal computer to turn into a  str... »

Ubuntu Tablet Announced – The Wait Is Over

Ubuntu Tablet Announced – The Wait Is Over

So the wait is over and we finally know what the Ubuntu countdown timer was all about. Ubuntu have announced “Ubuntu for tablets”. Now before you all go rushing out to purchase an Ubuntu tablet and trade in for your Nexus 7 or iPad mini’s, you are going to be sadly disappointed. As of yet there isn’t a device as such, this is simply an announcement to tell us that theyR... »

Is There An Ubuntu Tablet On The Way?

Is There An Ubuntu Tablet On The Way?

On the Ubuntu homepage is a very interesting countdown timer. I wonder what this is actually counting down to? I suppose we will all find out tomorrow…. What could it be? Well, there are some clues within the picture. The countdown is using the orange “orbs” from the Ubuntu Phone OS, and the text obviously points towards an announcement related to a tablet. Could this be the offi... »

Aqua Mail closes the gap on Android email shortcomings

Aqua Mail closes the gap on Android email shortcomings

Most of you Android users out there probably have no need for anything other than Google’s own outstanding Gmail application. It has nearly everything you’d hope from a mail client, including conversation threading and full access to your web mail folders, etc. But there are a few thing that Gmail doesn’t quite do and for that I need to find a better email client. Gmail generally... »

Going Android at work part 5: The long view

Going Android at work part 5: The long view

Let’s get to the big question: Is Android a suitable OS with which to get work done. The answer is mostly a yes, but with caveats. In the last month or so I’ve been using Android to get work done, I’ve been mostly surprised by what I could accomplish. I could email, write, move batches of files, edit photos and PDFs and more. In tests, I was even able to update a WordPress blog t... »

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