Archive for October, 2011
Meg Whitman, HP’s new CEO, announced that the company will continue to build Windows tablets in an analyst call today. They are looking to Windows 8 to help maintain HP’s presence in this category. Todd Bradley also noted that they are not deterred by any More >
Dell is looking to capitalize on the business tablet market. To get this done they have recently announced the Latitude ST. This tablet is set to run Windows 7 on a 10.1″ tablet that is powered by an Atom Z670 processor More >
Madfinger Games has released one of best looking shooters Android has ever seen. Shadowgun can now be found in the Android Market for $4.99. It can also be found in Tegra Zone.
In Shadowgun you become John Slade an infamous bounty hunter. Your More >
Lookout Security & Antivirus has long been a staple on Android phones providing Antivirus and phone location services as well as a few other features. At long last Lookout Mobile Security has decided to bring their app to the tablet crowd. While adding tablets they More >
It was just last week at AsiaD that we got the first look at the new Asus Transformer Prime. Though it wasn’t the best look up on the stage a few images have come up that allows us to get a better look More >
Though it did not meet the hoped for $35 price point, the Aakash (sky in Hindi) by Datawind at Rs.2,999 ( about $60) has a chance to connect India’s rapidly emerging urban population to those living at the fringes of this burgeoning superpower.
Taken at face value the Aakash More >
After his long battle with cancer, Steve Jobs has passed away today at the young age of 56.
“Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve. His More >