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The list of vendors preparing business-minded, consumer-lovable tablets includes HP, Samsung, and, it can be argued, Microsoft and the entire Windows 8 ecosystem. Whether they will succeed in knocking out the iPad is a much tougher call.
Research In Motion has stopped making the cheapest version of its PlayBook tablet, a less successful rival to the iPad and to Android tablets.RIM has said it will no longer produce the 16GB version of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Apple's third generation iPad, dubbed 'the new iPad' by the company, brings higher resolution, quad-core graphics, 4G LTE connectivity and a 10-hour battery life
In this week's podcast we covered a couple major software updates and lots of new device news from MWC. We also revealed our iPad 3 ordering plans, which are to be expected.
A field trip to The Exploratorium turns into a little film project for a Silicon Valley investor's kids. They recorded the battery experiment with an iPad, edited the footage in iMovie, and published it to YouTube.
How the tablet market remains tough - unless you're selling iPads...
The iPad and other tablets have been primarily focused on the email and media experience, but the federal government is more interested in security and utility. The PlayBook just earned certification that could see PlayBooks appearing in the hands of federal employees.
Top tablet accessories, pets on the social net and BT's heart-starting phone box...
The launch of HP's TouchPad and the mixed reviews that followed has created an interesting face-off with Research in Motion's PlayBook to be a business tablet. Will consumerization or corporate control win?
The Commonwealth Bank's long-awaited NetBank iPad application is set to go live next week, according to a launch event the bank has scheduled for next Tuesday.
Tablet wars: Does size matter when you're looking for the perfect mobile work gadget?
The tablet wars are heating up: RIM is halving sales forecasts of its PlayBook tablet, as Amazon is readying its Android tablet to shake up the tablet segment. Meanwhile Apple keeps selling iPads like crazy.
HP's TouchPad, RIM's PlayBook and Samsung's Galaxy Tab are the latest in the parade of rivals targeting Apple's iPad. The problem is that the rivals are dealing in a market where most folks think the iPad is the tablet market.
Developers can now use the Adobe Flash Builder platform to develop applications for iOS devices, such as the iPad and iPhone, as well as the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.Support for the devices — which was announced in April — in Flash Builder 4.
Panasonic has said it will launch a rugged 10-inch Android tablet aimed at the enterprise before the end of the year
Apple will take an even stronger slice of Australia's fast-growing tablet market than previously expected, one of the nation's major technology analyst firms said today, with Android vendors slow to bring their devices to market — and the devices not having enough different features to take much away from the iPad 2.
Updated: RIM's first tablet explained...
An executive at SAP has predicted that enterprises will be 'mostly using' HTML 5 within two years, as the company looks at ways of delivering its apps to multiple mobile platforms
While the BlackBerry PlayBook is outgunned by the iPad when it comes to competing for general consumers, there are two kinds of buyers who will love this little 7-inch tablet.
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