Strategy Analytics says Lenovo and Asus are becoming important players in the tablet industry, and have prompted improved sales figures in Q3 2014.
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In another example of Microsoft's mobile-first strategy, the company is expected to make the Android tablet version of its core touch-first Office apps available months ahead of the Windows 8 variant.
Which tablet will work best for an enterprise BYOD strategy? If you've done your back-end homework, it turns out that any of the top three or four will do just fine.
T-Mobile continues the Un-carrier strategy with free 200 MB of data for tablet customers. The offer extends to existing Android devices like the Google Nexus 7 too.
Apple has announced UK pricing for its tablets, sticking firmly to the high margin 'envy' high ground, leaving Android rivals room in the cheap seats. But longer term, what will this pricing strategy do for Apple's tablet market share?
Like the Pillar of Fire in the Old Testament, Amazon drops its own Finger of God on Google and its Android tablet OEMs during Passover season in the form of a reduced-price Kindle Fire HD.
Canonical needs to move faster if it wants to outpace other new entrants into the tablet and smartphone OS market, and deliver its four-screen strategy.
Poor sales of the Nook tablet during the last quarter is allegedly causing executives at Barnes & Noble to rethink the company's strategy with regards to digital media. But does the company have what it takes to make the switch into licensing?
Livescribe, the smartpen company, has launched Sky, a Wi-Fi version that stores files in the cloud. It's incompatible with the current Echo system, but as Livescribe's Byron Connell explains, the company's new strategy is aimed at Evernote and tablet users.
Barnes & Noble hones its tablet strategy firmly with a family-friendly focus.
Can its emphasis on enterprise partners defeat an army of iPads?
Microsoft launched its Office Store and received strong criticism from Acer about its Windows Surface tablet strategy.
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The CIO of Seton Hall University wants to standardize on Windows 8 tablets and PCs. In the age of thriftiness, BYOD and end user choice, that seems like a losing strategy.
Google needs to push a new tablet model — like a free device supported with ads — if it's ever going to be a player. Following Apple and Amazon isn't good enough.
Google needs to push a new tablet model---like a free device supported with ads---if it's going to be a player. Following Apple and Amazon isn't good enough.
Oliver Ahrens, Acer's senior VP and president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, told Reuters that Microsoft's strategy to take on Apple with the Surface tablet will fail.
Can Microsoft freeze the tablet market at least a little bit with its Surface product preannouncement? Possibly, but it's not the 1990s anymore.
Redmond's new tablet uses same desktop and RT versions of Windows 8, offering "horrible mishmash" of both worlds, says research firm Ovum.
Microsoft announced their Surface tablet strategy yesterday and is entering the mobile market themselves with some attractive products.
Cloud computing, social media and mobile devices some technologies small and midsize businesses in country are embracing, but IT adoption rate has much headroom for growth, industry players note.
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