While Apple is reportedly testing five variants of the large screen iPad for a 2014 launch, a recent study on worldwide tablet shipments forecast claims that small screen tablets will control 57% of the total tablet shipments in 2017....
Last year on same day, January 27 had witnessed a revolutionary product launch of which not only triggered the sales of Apple but also changed the industry dimensions towards the tablet Pc. Today we are celebrating 1st anniversary of...
Yesterday, Samsung has launched its tablet device “Galaxy Tab” in India with the expectation of overwhelm response from India customers. There is no doubt in the success of tablet devices in Indian market as Apple’s iPad is already going...
Companies in Tablet market are either waiting for the Android 3.0 or slowly gearing up to launch their devices globally. RIM ( BlackBerry) is no exception from this. Since the day company has revealed its tablet device "PlayBook", which...
The enormous success of Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab has influenced many other vendors to launch similar Tablet Devices in cost constraint countries like India. Latest, Binatone, a UK based manufacturer of landline phones and GPS devices, has announced the launch of its Android based tablet in India today.
As companies are aiming to grab the chunk of fast-growing Tablet device market, spearheaded by Apple's iPad, it's time for Toshiba, a Japanese Electronic device manufacturer, who has decided to fight for the share in Tablet device market following to Samsung, Microsoft, RIM and LG.
Dell's new Tablet Device "Dell Streak" is all set to launch in US on 12 August with new price tag. A 5 inch tablet device, with a price tag of $299 with 2 years contract of At&T or unlocked edition at $549.99 will challenge Apple's iPad, RIM's BlackPad and Microsoft's Tablet PC ( Yet to be launched) with its smaller offerings and low price.
The latest data shared by the CMIE aka Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy has highlighted a huge red flag.
As the developments have unfolded over the past week, the clock for WhatsApp seems to be ticking with every passing minute and...
In its recent move to safeguard national security, the United States’ Trump Administration has decided to go after China’s second-biggest smartphone marker...
After Google’s ban on Huawei in 2019, the Chinese-origin tech company is all set to roll out HarmonyOS later in 2021 as...