The webOS software found a new home.
The famous webOS software of Hewlett-Packard is already sold to LG Electronics, a South Korean electronics company.
On Monday, the deal was announced by HP, which has gotten the company off of the centerpiece of its unfortunate purchase of $1.8 billion for Palm Inc. three years ago.
In 2011, HP used webOS as the facilitator into the tablet computer and smartphone market as well. However, the company immediately got rid of the mobile devices that runs on the software along with the failing revenues. As a result, HP decided to stop the development . . . → Read More: LG to take over webOS from HP
Apple Inc. is anticipated to expose a latest edition of its iPad table gadget after much waiting.
Apple emailed invitations to the media for a particular occasion on Wednesday in San Yerba Buena Center, San Franciso for the Arts. The company did not state what the theme of the occasion would be, but clued at it with a graphic of its calendar app peeled back to expose the corner of a gadget that appeared an iPad.
The spokesperson of the Apple refused to comment.
When Steve Jobs, Apple Chief Executive revealed . . . → Read More: Apple to Expose its Latest iPad
Involving by now in a crowded market, Acer arranges to release two Android-based tablets and a Windows 7 tablet in early 2011. Cost and names stay secret for the gadgets which will contend with not just the Apple iPad, however also other Android-based tablets for instance the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
This coming April 2011, Acer’s 7-inch and 10.1-inch tablets will debut. The producer is furthermore allegedly scheduling a 10.1-inch tablet successively Windows 7 with front- and rear-facing cameras which will strike store shelves in February 2011.
All three gadgets will attribute . . . → Read More: Windows 7 and Android Tablets, Speculated to be Released by Acer in Early 2011