Foxconn workers in-charge of Apple products will be able to buy their handiwork, with Apple announcing Chinese availability of iPhone 5 and iPad mini in December. The two will be sold through the various big-city Apple Stores, online, and through authorized retailers.
It's coming! In the Official Microsoft Blog, Panos Panay, the General Manager of Microsoft Surface announced the pricing for the Surface tablet with Windows 8 Pro. The tablet will come in two flavors, 64 GB and 128 GB and will be priced at $899 and $999 respectively.
Clay Jam, a game by Fat Pebble, that let's you flatten claymation monsters is now available for the iPad, iPod, iPod Touch and Android too! The best part of being able to roll a boulder down a hill and smoosh monsters is that all this clay squashing fun is free!
Lenovo's upcoming EeePad Transformer-esque device, the IdeaTab Lynx TP00045A1IT, paid a visit to FCC for Uncle Sam's blessings, before reaching U.S. stores. FCC honored its accountability to the American people by posting pictures of the device striking various poses.
Want to place your Minecraft creations anywhere you would like in the real world? Would you like to place that giant effigy of yourself in the front of your school or perhaps send a creeper to your boss's house? Now you can with the Minecraft Reality App for iOS.
Despite Google Nexus 7 already turning it into a tablet leader overnight thanks to its great pricing, ASUS wants to conquer more (read: developing) markets. Its South Africa office leaked details of an upcoming 7-incher, powered by Android 4.0 "Jelly Bean."
Market availability of one of the most intriguing Windows 8 devices to decorate its October 26 launch, ASUS Taichi, is indefinitely delayed. The company has been pulling the Ultrabook, which features 1080p screens on either sides of its lid, from U.S. stores.
Samsung's 5.5-inch "phablet," Galaxy Note II is on a roll. Its makers just registered 5 million units shipped, which was 3 million shipped at the turn of October. Its rise can be attribited to availability in North America, unsettling Apple in its backyard.
The latest episode in the Apple vs. Samsung soap-opera sees Cupertino dragging Galaxy S III (with Jelly Bean), Galaxy S III mini, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Tab 8.9, and Galaxy Tab II 10.1 in a tit-for-tat patent-infringement lawsuit against Samsung for Wednesday's lawsuit.
Patience could pay off for Galaxy Note 10.1 owners looking forward to its Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" update, with Samsung announcing Premium Suite, a new custom UI that integrates Multi-Window, Air View,Easy Clip, Quick Command, Photo Note, and Paper Artist.
Barnes & Noble Nook HD 7" and Nook HD+ 9" tablets went on sale in the UK, starting at £159 for the 8 GB Nook HD, going up to £269 for the HD+ 32 GB. B&N claims the two to feature some of the highest display resolutions, and slimmest bodies in their market segments.
Samsung, in a patent infringement court filing on Wednesday, alleged that most of Apple's latest products, including the iPad mini, 4th generation iPad, and 5th generation iPod Touch infringe its design patents, the very same ones it alleged most older iDevices breach.
Archos rolled out its FamilyPad 13.3-inch tablet, designed for some quality time with the family, and which is intuitive enough for nearly all ages. Apart from enhancing board games, it features several domestic apps such as planners, organizers, and cookbooks.
PC peripherals maker with growing interests in mobile products, Cooler Master, rolled out the Cube Stand, a universal tablet stand designed for 7- to 11-inch tablets. Letting you to incline the tablet on your lap, or a desk, this accessory helps extended web sessions.
iPad mini and 4th generation iPad are now available through Sprint, letting U.S. customers connect through its 4G LTE network. With them, the carrier is offering a 1 GB data plan for as low as $15/month, 6 GB for $49.99/month, and 12 GB for $79.99/month.
Amazon began shipping its 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD tablet. Featuring a full-HD screen, dual-core processor, Dolby Digital audio, and 22 million items to choose from Amazon, the tablet starts at $299 for 16 GB and $369 for 32 GB variants. Its 4G LTE models ship next week.
Jean-Yves Hepp of the UNOWHY fame launched QOOQ (pronounced "cook") in the US, a tablet specialized for the kitchen and designed to survive its elements. The tablet gives you a wealth of culinary content, including from some of the top Parisian chefs.
Barnes & Noble finally launched the Nook Reader app for Windows 8 and Windows RT, available through Windows Store. The release comes rather late, as one would've expected Microsoft's $300 million investment in the company to force a speedier release.
In an interview with a French publication, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer may have answered the one question every PC maker (and perhaps Intel) has on its mind: how Surface RT is faring in the market. Limited availability and market reach could be culprit.