It’s been more than a year since we last heard about Philips planning on launching a new Android tablet. Since then the consumer electronics manufacturer has practically fallen off the Android radar. This latest leak,
As mentioned a couple of times in the past, vendors sometimes do the strangest things just to stand out from a market full of people copying each other and doing the same things. One very recent exemplar of this is the Hannspree
It seems that UK carrier Three is on a roll in pushing out budget tablets just to get its network into as many hands and homes as possible. This time is it outing a very low spec Gemini D7 tablet for a very low price, as long as
For some unknown reason or puprose, HP is reviving the use of the Compaq brand for some new devices. However, don’t expect to see these soon as these low-end tablets are heading for the Chinese market.
With just a day left before October ends, the whole tech world looks forward with much excitement, and perhaps less patience, to the long-awaited launch of Android 4.4 KitKat, with a shiny new Nexus 5 smartphone hopefully in tow.
It seems that ASUS isn’t done churning out affordable tablets from its MeMO Pad line this year. Just a month after unveiling 8- and 10.1-inch models at IFA in Berlin, the company is now said to be preparing a MeMO Pad 7
Just days after HTC finally unveiled its One Max, the company is now making available another large Android smartphone. This time, however, the HTC Desire 709d is a giant only in size, but quite small in other aspects.
The gloves are off as two of UK’s largest retailers face off in an already very competitive UK tablet market. Argos has just announced the MyTablet, its sub-100 pound offering that is set to rival fellow UK retailer
Samsung has been known to spew off countless variants of its smartphones across the world, some of which don’t exactly make the news, either for their nondescript features or simply because Samsung itself doesn’t make