The new tablet, called the Spark, was announced by the lead KDE hacker Aaron Seigo. The new tablet will run an open source Linux operating system. A Linux powered system tablet will definitely be welcomed by the developer community and also by users who do not want to be burdened with using a proprietary system even if it’s free. [Read more…]
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the most hotly anticipated tech events every year and this year’s event will see more announcements for new products from some of the biggest tech manufacturers worldwide.
One of the early announcements for CES 2012 that will happen today, Monday, is the impending announcement of Toshiba about the release of a new 10.1 inch tablet that the company is going present as the thinnest and lightest tablet in the world. [Read more…]
According to a report posted by DigiTimes, Google is supposedly in the midst of creating a new 7 inch tablet that will be operated by Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The tablet will allegedly be more affordable than the $200 Amazon Kindle Fire, which is the hottest tablet in the market today, after the Apple iPad. [Read more…]
Apple is the acknowledged market leader when it comes to tablet sales. Its iPad has reinvigorated the tablet market and has spurred its growth. Amazon may just have entered the tablet market this year â€“ specifically last November â€“ but it is already making a lot of headway with its Kindle Fire tablet. With the tablet market being dominated by these two companies, along with Samsung, itâ€™s inevitable that another company will want to join in and try to get a slice of the tablet market pie. It isnâ€™t a surprise that one of those companies is Google. [Read more…]
Amazon announced that it will be shipping its hotly anticipated Kindle Fire tablet a few days before the original release date. Barnes & Noble, smelling that this could potentially derail their own plans have also announced that it will be releasing their Nook Tablet a couple of days before the original release date of November 18. [Read more…]