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Tuesday, 29 October 2013 23:10

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for the youngest

Samsung for 10th November announced the release version of their Galaxy Tab tablet designed for children. Device called the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids comes in green and yellow, has a 7 inch screen with a 1024×600 resolution, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1G of RAM and 8GB of storage.

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Toshiba Excite Pro tablet

These days, we're looking to do things quickly while not sacrificing the quality of our work in the process. That's where tablets come in handy and it's easy to see why they're gaining more and more popularity. A PC tablet works like a regular computer, but it’s not nearly as heavy as one. This means you can do all of your work on the road, at the local coffee shop, or right in your own home without a heavy laptop sitting on your lap. You can take a PC tablet with you anywhere you go to get work done. If you're going to a business meeting, having a tablet allows you to take notes when necessary. On the other hand, if you feel like relaxing and just watching a show, you can stream shows from your tablet as well. Tablets are making life so much more convenient for consumers as they're portable computers. They're lightweight and convenient to take with you anywhere. These are just a few of the advantages of a PC tablet.

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Two years ago, when Samsung released the Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet that contained the Super AMOLED Plus screen, according to some surveys it has earned the title of "the best tablet on the market" from the customers. Although tests of users can’t be fully relevant, these data certainly helped Samsung in the decision that it was time for a full HD AMOLED tablet with a larger diagonal.

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Thursday, 31 January 2013 06:08

ZTE brings V81, an 8 inch tablet

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ZTE has unveiled a tablet bearing the mark V81. It is a device based on Android with an eight inch diagonal screen and a 4:3 aspect ratio. It looks like they won’t let Samsung be the only major company with an 8 inch tablet on the market.

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If Apple were a person they would need some serious psychological help. It seems that they have a personality that will not let them tell the truth at all. They dance around the truth and mix it up with spin and outright fantasy. You can see this trait by looking at any of their product launches or at any of the court cases they are involved in. Earlier this year we said that Apple insistence on pursuing a global legal campaign instead of innovating was going to hurt them and badly. Because they wanted to try and compete in the market with vague patents and outlandish copyrights Apple felt secure in being able to keep the market focus while blocking their competition through sales bans.

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samsung-safeThe tablet and smartphone market is exploding there is no doubt about that. Although Apple was the first to market with a widely accepted consumer product in the iPad they were not the first and are certainly not going to the be last with a device. The same goes for the smart phone where other companies had the idea of a smart phone long before Apple brought the iPhone out on stage. Still we will not argue that Apple did help pave the way for the boom that is coming.

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Friday, 12 August 2011 22:20

Who copied who?

Electric-Kettle-with-Tea-Pot-WX-8971-Looks like things are heating up between Apple and Samsung. I am not talking about anything like a war between the two companies or anything like that, but in the realm of stupid and asinine complaints. We kick off things with Apple’s complaint that Samsung “Copied” the iPad and iPhone. They base this in the fact that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 looks like the iPad and that some of Samsung’s phones look like the iPhone… (their words not mine). Apple then goes on to say that Samsung copied the look and feel of the iOS (where have I heard that before).

I hate to say this but, if you were to pick up 20 smart phones they would all be very alike. They are all around the same size and shape and the UI’s are also very close. If you dig deeper, the way they operate are also nearly identical; after all how many different ways can you swipe or tap with your finger? No, this one smells of Apple trying to delay a product that has a very good chance of hurting their sales. There is no other reason to ask for the injunction. The funny thing is that there are almost no real patents being bandied about here by Apple. This is because if they throw those out Samsung has a few of its own to drop on Apple some that could even be tied to the A4 SoC in the original iPad…

For Samsung’s part they are making the claim of “Nuh-Uh!” followed by the “you never said that!” defense. As it stands right now they are pushing for a rehearing on the claim that an injunction was not mentioned or requested in the original complaint. They are also claiming that the judge that approved the temporary ban did so without allowing Samsung to present evidence in its defense.  This is very hard to believe as it represents both an unethical and illegal move by the judge in question. It is even harder to believe considering that an injunction and ban is exactly what Apple went for in Australia.

To be honest both companies are acting a little childish and unprofessional. If you ever wanted to see just how arrogant companies can be here it is, and to top it off you get to see just how ignorant the legal system is to how technology and the tech industry as a whole works.

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