Microsoft chairman Bill Gates believes that a lot of iPad users are “frustrated” by the tablet, and that the Surface and Surface Pro tablets have an advantage over Apple’s offerings.
Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman, claimed that many of the Apple’s iPad users are frustrated with their tablets. He also said that they will cover these frustrations with their Surface and Surface Pro tabs with good offerings than Apple’s.
In an interview with CNBC, the former Microsoft CEO said that the line between desktop PCs and tablets is gradually blurring. According to Mr. Gates, Microsoft’s . . . → Read More: iPad Users are Frustrated, According to Bill Gates
Since Intel’s Atom processor for netbooks released five years ago, there were no major changes or redesigns that happen. Latest netbooks released between the years continued using the technology due to its power and performance and this proves that the Atom processors of Intel is a good chip.
But after the years, Intel finally announced that they are planning to release a redesigned Atom processor. Expected to happen on the second week of May, Intel will announce the Bay Trail and Merrifield processor which will be manufactured by Silvermont Micro-Architecture. The redesigns chips will be used . . . → Read More: Intel Announces Plan on Redesigned Much Powerful Atom Processor
Tablet PCs has been quite aggressive today along with the smartphones. Some think that this technology will continue for a longer time but with during the interview of Bloomberg with BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins, he said that tablets will be obsolete in five years. This indicates that he is not a fan of this technology in spite of releasing their own PlayBook Tablet
This is a bold statement from the CEO of a mobile technology manufacturer which also makes tablet PCs. In BlackBerry’s history, they also joined the tablet PC market and introduced their PlayBook. It . . . → Read More: BlackBerry CEO Claims Tablet PCs will be Obsolete after Five Years
Samsung will release another competitor for the tablet PCs again. After focusing too much in the Galaxy S4, some people almost didn’t notice the next generation tablet that the South Korea-based company is working on. And now, they announce the latest Galaxy Tab 3 that runs the Android Jelly Bean 4.1 OS, a 7-inch display and thinner bezels on the sides giving you a much larger display.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 has a powerful 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor, and comes with an option of 8gb and 16gb internal storage models. It also has a memory . . . → Read More: Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab 3 Following Galaxy S4 Release
When Apple releases the latest iPad on sale next week in the U.S. as well as some other countries, it will likely be “the new iPad” or maybe “the iPad” and not “iPad HD” or “iPad 3″ as what like most people speculated.
The latest iPad revealed Wednesday includes enhancements which may not be commonly noticeable to the casual observer or consumer. As expected, it has a sharper screen, powered by a faster processing chip as the brains of the latest machine though not sure if it will carry the iOS 6.0. The thing that was . . . → Read More: Apple Features New Screen of the Latest iPad
The gossip for Apple’s iPad 3 appears to be gathering pace, with the latest DigiTimes report that the firm will probably embrace IGZO or indium gallium zinc oxide flat panels for the new batch of tablets.
“Starting with the new iPads, Apple will utilize IGZO panels from Sharp in order to upgrade the display resolution of the new tablets to full HD level,” according to an unnamed source from Apple’s supply chain.
“To enter the supply chain of iPads, Sharp has switched some of its capacity for large-size panels to the production of small-size panels for smartphones and . . . → Read More: iPad 3 Rumors Continues to Grow