Ematic has announced their latest 7-inch tablet, the EGQ307. This one is touted as being their "most powerful tablet yet" and is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor. The tablet is running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and as we often see coming from Ematic, a big focus of the EGQ307 comes in regards to pricing.
Verizon might just have the right thing with a new low-cost daily prepaid plan made especially for this type of mobile users.
Google and Android have grown up to realize that this large-sized device form factor is not just a passing fad. And to emphasize that point, Google is now rolling out a promised update to the Google Play Store app that will, by default, display apps designed for tablets when browsing the store on a tablet device.
NVIDIA announced the Tegra Note tablet platform back in September. That news was quickly followed by EVGA who unveiled a branded Tegra Note 7 tablet and mentioned that it would be available soon. Well, it appears as if the tablet has begun arriving with US retailers. So far we are seeing a listing with Newegg.
Nintendo might finally be on its way to bite the mobile gaming bullet but not in the way that many might want it to. The latest rumor claims that the Japanese gaming company is experimenting on an Android tablet that is particularly targeted for the education sector.
HP has had a less than stellar history with Android in the past, but it seems to be quite intent on making up for that. If these latest sightings become reality, then we might be seeing two new Android devices from the PC maker, one of which might just be HP's first Android smartphone.
Android 4.4 improved resource management, not to mention the Android community's dedication, when the latest and greatest Android version is successfully ported to much older devices. Such is the case of the very first Amazon Kindle Fire tablet announced back in 2011, which can now run Android 4.4 KitKat.
Apple when its new iPad models start flowing out.