Tablets News

LG to Unveil In-House ARM Chips at CES'13

LG plans to unveil its first in-house design ARM system on chip at CES 2013. Its first chip is codenamed "H13," and is an application processor for embedded devices. The Korean consumer-electronics major bought a license to design ARM ASICs in April 2011.

Amazon Intros App for Windows 8

Amazon has just released its official app for Windows 8. This new application allows you to access popular products and view recommendations without leaving the modern user interface or spawning a browser window. It supports x86 Windows 8, and Windows RT.

Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx TP00045A1IT Visits FCC

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.

ASUS Working on a New 7-inch Tablet for 2013

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."

Nook HD and HD+ Reach UK Shores

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.