The new Xperia Tablet S was showcased by Sony at the IFA 2012 and some figures have suggested that the model could debut as early as this month. Here is a roundup of the specs and features that are set to be included on the model.
Whether it’s a tablet computer, laptop, digital camcorder or printer, the new term marks the perfect time to invest in new technology. But there’s plenty of software and apps too in order to help you achieve the greatest grades.
CL Multimedia Technology and Tencent, China’s leading integrated internet service provider, have announced the joint launch of iCE SCREEN; the first large screen mobile smart cloud product in the world.
A leaked imaged yesterday purportedly shows Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire 2, possibly a 7-inch device which would back-up recent rumours. Here’s what we know so far…
Multi-touch tablets featuring Intel’s Ultrabook specifications were the order of the day at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin this week, with Sony, Toshiba and Samsung amongst those debuting their own versions of the model.
If you’re considering buying a tablet computer but want to look elsewhere from the Apple iPad then find out more about the latest device to be launched, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was unveiled months ago – but it’s back with a bigger engine and a slot for your S-Pen. So is it actually any good? Find out in our early hands-on expert review!
Details are scant, but a mystery press event in California points to the unveiling of Amazon’s next-gen Kindle Fire. We’ve got all the latest gossip on what the mystery Amazon event may include.
Due in September, the Archos 101 XS tablet will go head-to-head against Microsoft’s Surface tablet and the Asus Transformer Prime range not to mention Apple and Samsung. So will it be a success?
The $199 (£125) Amazon Kindle Fire is what the tech world likes to coin a game-changer. A gadget with the potential to irrevocably alter a sector of the market to the point of no return. So is it any good?