During the company's quarterly earnings call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company is planning some amazing new hardware that will be introduced this fall and throughout 2014. This means no iPhone 5S and iPad mini 2 tablet until this fall.
While there are a lot of good Android tablets on the market, this one is worth looking. Ainol Novo 7 Crystal 2 is a quad-core 7-inch Android tablet that is priced under $100. If that is still too much for you, the device also comes with the free worldwide shipping.
Apple's next iPad could be 'Sharp'-er, with reports of the company bring IGZO panel technology on board. IGZO offers higher pixel density and better color reproduction than current flat-panel technologies, indicating Apple could up display resolution.
Although we have just learned about two new Galaxy Tab 3 tablets, Samsung has a lot more to offer. In order to stay at the top, the company will launch a new 10.1-inch tablet codenamed Roma. Looking at the specifications, they are quite similar to Google Nexus 10.
After Microsoft announced 1080p Windows Phone support, the first company which will utilize high screen resolution will be Nokia. According to new rumours, the Finnish company is currently working on its first phablet device that will be introduced sometime in the Q2.
While Samsung will not start selling the Galaxy Tab 3 until late June or even July this year, detailed specifications of two upcoming Samsung tablets have just surfaced. According to a leak, the company will be announcing the tablets in the coming days.
Lately, there has been quite small difference between Ultrabooks and tablets. Over at IDF 2013, Toshiba showed its newest device that belongs to both category. Toshiba's upcoming Portege Z10t is a 10-inch device which should be available in Q2 this year.
For quite some time, Nokia has been rumoured that it is working on a Windows 8 tablet. This time, the internet was flooded with photos of alleged Nokia's upcoming tablet. Details about the tablet were not provided, but we can clearly see that it is using Windows 8.
Manufacturers of Windows Phone hardware are ready to release 1080p smartphones, but the only problem is in the operating system. Luckily, Microsoft is working on a new update which should bring 1080p display support to Windows Phone operating system.
Touch-optimized Office "Gemini" for Windows-based devices could get an year's head-start over their planned counterparts for iOS and Android, and Outlook for Windows RT could also face an year's delay, according to sources that have seen Microsoft's launch roadmaps.
Back in January at the Consumer Electronics Show, ASUS showed inexpensive 7-inch tablet. The ASUS MeMo Pad cannot match Google Nexus 7 specifications, but it is $50 cheaper. As it promised, the company has started shipping MeMo Pad tablet for just $149.
Among plenty of free mobile benchmarks, Futuremark recently has launched the world's most popular performance benchmark for Android. A few days later, the company has released new Mobile Hardware Channel powered by 3DMark, where users can compare its devices.
If this picture, allegedly from someone in Apple's supply chain, holds good, the 5th generation iPad could look like what is essentially an up-scaled iPad mini, with thicker bezel along its breadths, and thinner ones along its lengths, framing the same 9.7-inch screen.
Microsoft's April cumulative software update for the Surface family of tablets is its third one this year, with a focus on fixing the various WiFi connectivity issues affecting the devices. It is said to address the "Limited Connectivity" DHCP lease dropping bug.
To compete with Apple's iPad mini, Acer is working on the same 7.9-inch tablet. Its suggested price tag is around $249, but to be competitive Acer is considering slashing the price. According to sources from the supply chain, Acer plans to sell the tablet for $149.
If 5-inch smartphones are too small for you and 5.5-inch phablets are still not good enough, then Samsung has a solution for you. The company is planning two new phablets, one at 5.8-inch and one at 6.3-inch. Both devices are intended for the mid-range audience.
Google began deploying the newest version of its software and content distribution platform, Google Play. Version 4.0 of the app introduces a newer, improved user interface, and a more streamlined checkout process for buying or renting apps and content.
Acer is ready with what it claims to be a perfect Android alternative for Apple iPad mini, complete with the same 7.9-inch screen, and design aesthetics, backed by the latest Android 4.2.2 software, and a quad-core SoC. A French retailer has it up for pre-order.
Since Facebook turned them down, WhatsApp has grown rapidly. Today, it is the biggest instant messaging application for smartphones with a lot of potential. According to an inside source, it seems that Google also noticed that and is currently in the negotiating phase.
ARM and TSMC announced today that the Cortex-A57 has been taped out using 16nm FinFET manufacturing process and is ready for mass production. According to ARM, the Cortex-A57 outperforms Cortex-A15 by up to three times without affecting battery life.