It’s one thing for a single research firm to call out Apple’s quickly falling tablet market share, but now another outfit is painting a similarly bleak picture for the iPad.
Thanks to the magic of apps, tablets and smartphones are now cash registers, kiosks, demo stations, public calendars, and more. Thanks to the magic of management, that tablet or smartphone in your organization could be mine, yours, or some company’s.
Dropping not just share but units in a rising market is a rare talent, usually reserved for failing companies. If the rising tide doesn’t raise your boat, perhaps you’ve got a hole in the hull.
Foursquare has finally released a version of its app optimized for the screens of tablets and larger smartphones.
While the iOS app store has well over 800,000 active apps and Google Play sports more than 600,000, the Amazon app store has only about 75,000.
That’s a very good thing — if you’re an app developer.
Viewsonic debuted a new line of touchscreen display monitors at the 2013 CES today that are targeted at the next generation of PCs.
Vizio is making a splash with tablets at this year’s CES.
If you’ve got a new tablet, you’ll need some apps that show off its gorgeous, touch-enabled screen. Here are 10 apps perfect for your iPad or Android tablet.
HP has a lot of products, but not as much splash and media attention as Apple.
Apple claims that the iPad mini is the best 7-inch tablet in the world. Are they right? We take a look at it versus the competition.
Google is planning a 10-inch Nexus tablet that will have a higher pixel density than Apple’s iPad, Cnet reports.
Android tablet apps are notoriously of mixed quality. Google hopes to correct that — and fast, since holiday sales are coming up soon.
They said they were going to do it. Now they’ve done it.
Research in Motion appears to be celebrating the new year with an extraordinary price drop on its struggling BlackBerry PlayBook tablets, with all models now ringing in at $299.
Google announced today that it’s bringing its 3D mapping tool Google Earth to Android tablets.
As a company most famous for its monitors, ViewSonic probably isn’t the first company that you’d expect to release an Android tablet. The company’s European arm today announced the ViewPad 7, a 7-inch tablet running Android 2.2, the version also known as Froyo.