NVIDIA CEO has suggested that Microsoft should build a version of the modern Office productivity software suite to run on ARM machines running Windows 8.
Microsoft recently published more details about how Windows 8 will behave in portrait and landscape orientations on the Building Windows 8 blog.
Industry experts predict a sharp increase in sold tablets and Windows 8 tablets might have the strongest overall growth.
Tomorrow, a Microsoft conference called BUILD will unveil more details about Windows 8 and present the first tablets and mobile devices running the Windows 8 OS. Go Microsoft, crush the competition!
Looks like HP has been hanging out with Intel a lot lately. Both of them have similar reactions to Windows 8 — they both want to make tablets. Intel actually wants their chips in the tablets.
With the iPad2, Apple promises to retain the iPad’s remarkable features and improve upon its shortcomings, whatever Apple thinks they are that is.
It has been confirmed that the new BlackBerry PlayBook will not be supporting USB host capabilities when it gets launched, but there are high chances that this feature gets added to the device in the very near future. This is something that has been confirmed by the RIM Blackberry team themselves.
LG Electronics mobile has recently launched the G-Slate, an 8.9 inch Android Tablet touch screen. It uses a touch controller chip from Amtel maXTouch.
ViewSonic is pulling a marketing stunt by offering a money back guarantee on their newly released ViewPad 7 Android tablet. They will even put in a $10 postage fee in their reimbursement to make sure that you really do get to try it for free. So what’s the catch?
Acer’s Iconia-6120 is a dual-touchscreen tablet PC. It is now available for preorder and will become available in April. Looks like April is going to be quite a month for tablet PC’s.
Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy officer Craig Mundie thinks that tablet PC’s are only a short-term trend and that sooner or later they will disappear from the market. I’d agree, but with Apple’s revised iPad 2 sales numbers and the new Asus EEE Pad, the trend is, for the moment, at its peak.