A video has just been released this week by ASUS for the Mobile World Congress 2012 release of a brand new tablet with “twice the detail, twice the fun.” We must assume, of course, that this is not the same tablet we saw at CES 2012 in the Transformer Prime 700 series, instead we’re banking [...]
When it comes to ASUS, buying a full-size Android tablet has usually meant venturing past the $300 mark; even theTransformer Book T100set you back $349 when it first came out, and that was considered a steal. That's no longer a problem in 2014. ASUS' newTransformer Pad TF103Ccosts $299 with the company's signature keyboard dock included, or as much as some smaller mid-range slates.
ASUS has just put out a teaser video that is just ambiguous enough to be anything. What stands out near the end, however, is the word thin, leaving the door open for a new thin tablet, or maybe even a smartphone.
Samsung releases a lot of devices — that much is certain. Each year, it seems they push out dozens of smartphones, and we’re not even going to try and discern how many tablets there are from Samsung right now. Even with so many (often decent if not really good) devices from Samsung, their flagships still loom large.
This week we’re investigating the inevitable November release of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. These titles were teased for the first time earlier this month with a late-2014 release date suggestion, and here near the end of the month we’ve already seen pre-orders made available in every shop from NewEgg to Amazon.
While the US is waiting for AT&T to finally let release the PadFone X to the market, the rest of the world might not have to wait much longer. At Computex next week, ASUS is expected to launch the PadFone S, which is practically the same PadFone X except meant for international markets.
I am the proud father of three, 3, 9, and 12. I recently upgraded from the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Sony Xperia Z. Having so many kids warranted a change of pace. Let me tell you, it is mind blowing. I love Android, I love tech and I love my family. Not in that order though. I work hard, play even harder and take care of all that are around me when I can.Amazon PR went nuts this evening with a slew of new goodies to share. One such announcement is the release of a new kid friend and kid orientated Fire HD Kids Edition tablet. This isn’t a toy tablet, this is a full-blown Android tablet. As you can see in the render, the Fire HD Kids Edition is very kid orientated in the look and design. Yes, that is just a case that surrounds it and it comes in blue, green or pink. Amazon doesn’t detail the internal specs, or even the screen resolution.
The iPad finally has some really tough competition. Google hasn’t released a new tablet since its Nexus 7 launched over one year ago. Now, it’s back with the Nexus 9 — its most refined and premium tablet yet. In years, past Google’s Nexus devices seemed to target those shopping on a budget. The first Nexus 7, for example, sold for $200 when it launched in 2012.
Amazon is on a roll today, unleashing a barrage of new Kindle devices to make bibliophiles swoon. But for those who want a bit more functionality out of their device at the expense of e-ink, Amazon has a new generation of Kindle Fire HDs just for them. There is even one made especially for kids! There are two new models in this Fire HD line.
Lollipop, Lollipop, Lollipop! That is this week's battle cry as Google unleashed the full fury of sweetness unto the Android world. And following closely are device makers who are already starting to roll out the update for their lucky smartphones.
You're going to be told many things and given many offers this Black Friday, but we'd like to be the first to tell you not to get trapped by the following. Do not buy a cheap tablet on Black Friday. Do not fall for this trap. The math does not add up, no matter how you sling it.
ASUS has released its second teaser video leading up to Computex 2014 next week. This time, the hints are somewhat more obvious, which could be pointing to a new PadFone that comes complete with a keyboard dock. Will it blend? Or perhaps ASUS really meant "will it mix?" It does and it actually has.
Several applications out there are designed to allow business owners to take credit card payments while they are out of the office and on the go. One of those applications is PayPal Here and it is designed to work with the PayPal card reader. PayPal Here uses an encrypted credit card reader that is backed by the PayPal fraud and risk management features.
If you had your interest piqued by the Amazon Fire TV that was released earlier this year, but you didn’t want to pay $100 for it, the Amazon Fire TV Stick is for you. It’s only $39, but Amazon Prime members get it for only $19 if they order before6:00 a.m. (PT) October 29, 2014.
To celebrate winning several Phone of the Year awards from last year, HTC UK announced that they’re giving away a “24 carat REAL Gold” HTC One mobile phone through a Twitter raffle. All you have to do to join it is to Retweet their exact post and of course, you need to be a UK resident to qualify for the draw.
This afternoon Verizon has made clear that they’ll be "reactivating" their DROID landing page. This means that the next Motorola smarphone is incoming soon - just a year after the last wave of Motorola DROID devices. Right on schedule - sort of. The Droid Ultra, Mini, and Maxx were released on July 23rd, 2013.