7.85 inch display and Android 4.2.2 in this latest effort
HP has quietly released another mid-range Android tablet – that’s actually on sale now – that like previous efforts fails somewhat to capture our imagination. The HP 8 has a 7.85-inch display at 1024×768, an Allwinner quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of onboard storage and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. There’s also a microSD card slot, and a pair of cameras that are [Read More...]
After its dominance in the smartphone world, Google’s mobile platform is now tops in the tablet industry.
According to a research conducted by Gartner last month, Android tablets reached 121 million sales, which is 61.9 percent of market share. Android-powered tablets market share grew 16.1 percent; 45.8 percent in 2012 with 53 million sales. Roberta Cozza, research director at Gartner, mentioned that the development of cheap Android tablets launched during 2013 played a huge role to this significant progress in both [Read More...]
Gartner says Android tablet sales grew 121 percent last year, Microsoft a distant third
Android tablet sales are on the rise and according to the latest numbers from Gartner, now outsells iOS tablets – so that’s the iPad, then – quite substantially. OK, there’s also plenty more Android tablets on the market that there are iPads, but the growth of 121 percent over 2012 is still staggering.
The tablet growth in 2013 was [Read More...]
Pulse News is currently rolling out their latest update to the masses. (That would be us.) This release will bring some much needed supported for articles written in international characters as Pulse previously sometimes jumbled things up a bit on that front. It also includes some bug fixes for tablets, if you’ve been having issues with that. Personally, I’ve not seen any issues with tablet mode, but apparently enough users have to [Read More...]
If you’re the proud owner of either a Nook Color, Nook Tablet or Kindle Fire who also happens to own a WordPress blog you might have been a little bummed out when you found the app was not available for your device(s). No matter though, the folks from WordPress just needed some extra time to get it completed and that extra time was worth it:
We paid special attention to the post editor [Read More...]
A tablet resting on the desk? That’s cool. A tablet propped-up at angles more conducive to you viewing on your desk? That’s much more desirable. That’s also what you’ll get with the [Read More...]
Early last month we told you about A.I.type and their need for beta testers for a new “floating” spilt keyboard. Fast-forward to today, and the beta product is now finished, and FloatNSplit Tablet Keyboard is now available in the Android Market. Based on the original A.I.type keyboard and it’s amazing prediction engine, FloatNSplit brings a new and unique user interface for tablet users, with a split keyboard that’s not only [Read More...]
I’m going to skip talking about the Xyboard name for as long as I can. Ok. The name is ridiculous; I’m moving on. As Verizon’s newest tablet, the Xyboard has a lot [Read More...]
Mint.com ranks as one of the best personal finance management services around. I said as much when I first reviewed the Mint.com Android app back in 2010, and I’m more convinced of it now. [Read More...]
Behold, the ZTE V66 Android tablet, apparently destined for Verizon at some point. The tablet as already been submitted to the U.S. FCC, and now a thumbnail picture (we’ve blown it up a tad here) has been listed on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group’s site.
What we’re looking at in the V66 is a 7-inch tablet with some pretty rounded corners, Android 3.2 Honeycomb and 4G LTE data, along [Read More...]