The French government is pondering over introduction of new tax on technology specifically on products like smartphone, tablets and laptops as a move to protect the French culture.
Samsung has announced its Mega smartphone that will come in two screen sizes – 6.3 and 5.8-inches.
Microsoft has changed the minimum resolution requirement for Windows 8 devices which indicates that the operating system giant may be prepping a 7-inch iPad Mini competitor.
Last month Asus announced its third generation Asus Padfone Infinity at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain.
The Indian Government has given up on the $35 Aakash – the tablet which was once known as India’s weapon to bridge the gap of digital divide, by insisting that it’s not the hardware that matters but, the ability of enabling students is what counts.
Chinese multinational company Huawei is trying to expand its reach in the tablet market with a new budget tablet probably known as MediaPad 7 Vogue, a new leak indicates.
The President of the Samsung Mobile Communications, Mr. JK Shin, who was just promoted as the co-CEO of Samsung, said some harsh words for Microsoft during the launch of Company’s new Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Remember Asus announced its Transformer AiO Windows 8/tablet hybrid? Well Dell has now introduced XPS 18 “tablet PC” and claims it to be "world's thinnest and lightest all-in-one."
Asus announced Transformer AiO back in June and now they are all set to ship the all-in-one PC cum Tablet in the second quarter of this year at a starting price of $1300.
Wacom has teased a tablet through its Facebook fan page post signaling that they are working on tablet meant for creative users.