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Microsoft's newest version of OneNote for Android is optimized to work on tablets and adds support for digital inking. The 'modern' version of OneNote for Windows 8.x also is getting an update.
Sales targets for digital cameras, smartphones and tablets have been cut by 13-17 percent for the year ending March 2015.
Digital communications group VivaKi declares it has narrowed down successful marketing on tablets to a trio of models proven to outperform standard ads.
Based on new figures from Adobe, tablets are where the money is when it comes to digital marketing.
Sales of MP3 players are dwindling due to the popularity of smartphones and tablets, but offering tailored features and more digital content will keep such personal media players from going extinct.
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As we create and carry around with us more and more digital detritus, is the maximum of 64GB of storage available on Windows RT tablets going to be enough once users start throwing software and files at it?
Consumers will move 36 percent of their digital content to cloud by 2016 due to growth of camera-equipped smartphones and tablets, as well as desire to share and access content across multiple devices, Gartner predicts.
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The increasing use of smartphones and tablets for personal computing tasks is leading users to put a "personal cloud" at the centre of their digital lives, according to Gartner Inc. Where once they would have centralised their data on a PC, probably by synchronising with Microsoft Outlook, they will increasingly synchronise their data using cloud-based services.
There is much talk of a 'post-PC' world in which smartphones, tablets and other digital devices take centre stage. Be that as it may, the PC-centred world is currently suiting Lenovo just fine: the company has recently overtaken Dell to take the number-two spot in worldwide PC sales behind HP.
Magazine publishers are finally pushing further into the digital space as tablets find a place in the tech world, but there are still major obstacles in the way.
Verizon Wireless and American Express will integrate the Serve digital payment and commerce platform on several smartphones and tablets.
Once again, Amazon delivered big numbers within its second quarter earnings report on Tuesday. But instead of the product focus being on rumored tablets, investors were curious about Prime's digital video offerings.
The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, both published by Philadelphia Media Network, will sell Android tablets this year with subscriptions to both newspapers in digital form.
GameStop is about to expand its digital presence with the announcement that the gaming retailer will start streaming content to tablets.
The New York Times launched its long-awaited digital subscription plan and access for all platforms---smartphones, tablets and Web---can be pricey at $35 a month, but the model may just work out.
There is very little that we can do as a society to stop of the flood of mobile devices vying for wireless connections around the world. But what technology innovators CAN do is look for ways to minimize the environmental impact of the network infrastructure being deployed to support all those mobile phones, personal digital assistant and (now) tablets vying seeking to connect.
Hard drive makers Seagate and Western Digital have painted a mixed view of demand. The consumer demand is weak and there are a few signs that tablets such as the iPad are hurting demand for drives. For now, these drive giants are maintaining disciplined pricing, but historically that doesn't last long.
Lenovo has formed a new business division called the Mobile Internet and Digital Home Business Group that will focus on developing the company's internet-focused devices such as tablets and smartphones, the company announced on Tuesday.As well as portable devices, the MIDH group will be responsible for newly formed categories such as cloud computing, smart TV and the digital home, as well as the applications and services that will run on the devices.
With falling prices on more advanced multipurpose digital convergence devices such as the iPad, HP Slate and Android tablets, single purpose e-reader devices such as the Kindle face extinction.
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