Apple iPad is the most well known tablet sold in Australia, followed by Android models from Samsung Motorola and Viewsonic.
According to the research conducted by HIS, iPad owners are the most likely to recommend their tablets than any other.
Apple users gave their tablets a typical 8.8 rating, making them very likely to recommend an iPad. Models from Samsung and Motorola were closely the same.
Amazingly, the bottom ranked tablet products included Toshiba (6.7) who has spent the past six months in the USA claiming supremacy over the iPad. The US Toshiba tablet as well had bugs which at . . . → Read More: Study Shows iPad Owners Are Contented with Their Tablet Brands
The price of Revue, Google’s TV set-top box, has been slashed down to over 50%. Logitech was forced to do so after more items were returned to stores than sold in the first quarter of the year.
The box, which enables users to surf the web while in the living room, now costs $99 in the US, down from $249.
This new price is lesser in value than the production expenses of Logitech, meaning they are now facing a $34m write-off as a result.
The company said the price cut will “remove . . . → Read More: Google TV Box Price Is Now 50% Slashed Down
The Steak Pro was nothing more than a fairly grainy leaked photo that was floating around the web. Today, the Steak 10 Pro is formally official and has landed in China for sale. The tablet is looking to offer the ability for pros to manage both part of their life with the business needs and the consumer home needs addressed in one tablet. The small tablet runs Android 3.1 Gingerbread and has a 10.1-inch screen.
The screen of the tablet has a 1280×800 resolution, is covered with Gorilla Glass, and supports 10-point multi touch. The tablet . . . → Read More: Dell Streak 10 Pro Is Now Sold in China
Eric Schmidt, Google Chairman, will face a U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing this coming September 21.
The said hearing, handled by the Senate’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights is formally called “The Power of Google: Serving Consumers or Threatening Competition?” So far, the only witness proclaimed is Schmidt, who will face questions concerning the Internet giant’s dominating role in the online search market and search advertising.
This coming Thursday, the Senate will announce the hearing date and time.
Schmidt finished a 10-year run as CEO of Google in April, . . . → Read More: Eric Schmidt Faces Senate Hearing on September
Google has confirmed it snapped a bunch of IBM copyrights, in a move that is considered to be self-protective against the increasing quantity of IP-based lawsuits. The 1,030 copyrights acquired cover a broad range of technologies, SEO by the Sea rumors, including memory and microprocessor chip fabrication/architecture, server and router plan, and software programming like relational databases, object oriented programming and more.
The spokesperson of Google said, though refused to expose the financial details of the agreement with IBM, “Like many tech companies, at times we’ll acquire patents that are relevant to our business.”
. . . → Read More: Google Purchases 1, 030 IBM Patents For IP Catalog Strengthening