Thursday, 25 April 2013

How Android can beat Apple in the tablet space

Tablets in the Enterprise

TechRepublic Member | April 25, 2013

How Android can beat Apple in the tablet space

Android has stolen much of Apple's thunder in the smartphone space, and Patrick Gray believes that it can make the same progress in the tablet space. Read more

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Microsoft targets end of May for expanded Surface Pro availability

Microsoft is broadening availability of its Surface Pro PC/tablet hybrids during May and June, officials are saying. Read more

Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio available for iPad

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OEMs have the power to make or break smaller Windows tablets

Consumers seem to prefer smaller tablets, and its down to the OEMs to try and turn out Windows tablets that work well at this smaller scale. But OEMs could muck it up for everyone. Read more

Apple: The iPad is falling behind the competition in one area

The iPad is still enjoying good sales, but the competition has left it behind with the ability to display more than one app at a time. Read more

Most annoying Windows 8 trait: Double keyboards

Microsoft decided to make Windows 8 fit the entire spectrum of computing devices, from desktops to touch tablets. The more I use it, the more I like it, but there is one thing it does that is totally annoying. Read more

Ubuntu Touch betas are ready for testing

Ubuntu Touch, the version of the Linux operating system for smartphones and tablets, is now available. Read more

BYOD: 'I don't think we can put the genie back in the bottle'

Executives from Fujitsu, VeriSign and BlackBerry discuss the business impact of the "bring your own device" trend at the Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit. Read more

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