Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Mobile devicesThere are tablets aplenty running Android; every month I see some brand or the other being offered at a discount at my local Aldi store.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITSamsung is reportedly ready to take on the Windows RT challenge, giving Microsoft an ARM-powered Windows RT tablet to compete with iPads and Android tablets, while clearly gearing up to make Windows 8 Pro tablets too, while HP says it is going 8 Pro only.
Even though HBO GO was made available for the Kindle Fire last month, full Android tablet support was still lacking. For a streaming video app, this was nearly inexcusable. But the latest update has changed all that.
A friend of mine wants a 7" Android tablet and has very little money to spend. He keeps showing me these $60-$100 tablets on eBay. Some even have 4.2 Android and 16gb of ram. Do these things work? Do they have access to Google Play? I tried to get him to buy a Nexus 7 but he does not have the bucks. What are the limitations with these tablets?
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicWhile Apple’s bets are firmly placed in its iOS tablets and separate OS X computers, Microsoft has gone all in on its brand new hybrid OS blending the best of tablet and desktop environments across ARM, Intel and AMD processors – and through its Windows Phone 8 smartphones, too.
Tablet fans will be spoilt for choice with a flood of Android tablet PCs heading their way. A year ago netbooks were the one must-have mobile device. This year it is the tablet PC that is an essential accessory. Apple's iPad wasn't the first tablet PC available but it is the best-known of these devices.
Super Security & Antivirus protects your Android mobile phones and tablets - from hackers, malware, virus, malicious link and so on. Check your Android phone/tablet and apps security settings and guide you to set your devices and apps properly in a safer configuration against hackers and malicious apps.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityMulti-platform publisher Fairfax Media has added Android apps (initially in beta form) for the Android tablet platform, promising compatibility with the major Android 3.1 and 3.2 tablets – alongside free access for a limited time.