Apple announces new 4th gen iPad with A6X chip, HD FaceTime, Lightning

Just before the Apple team lifted the lid on the highly anticipated iPad Mini we've all been waiting for, the 4th generation iPad was unveiled. Yep, a new full-sized iPad too. The 4th generation device includes the new Lightning…

Read more | Comments (0)

Becca CaddyApple announces new 4th gen iPad with A6X chip, HD FaceTime, Lightning

A tablet for better learning?

The talk of the electronic world over the last year or so has been the rise of the tablet computer. Characterised by pared-down simplicity and a deft ability to display text and graphics, tablets are said to be a great option for people who want a simple-to-use e-reader, media sharing platform, or portable games machine.

Read more | Comments (0)

shinychrisA tablet for better learning?

REVIEW: Motorola XOOM Honeycomb tablet

The Motorola XOOM is a fairly tricky device to review. On the one hand, you have a high-spec tablet device that's packed full of enough features to really give the Apple's iPad a run for its money. On the other hand, as the first tablet to hit the market with the Honeycomb OS, it's very much a guinea pig for Google's newly-focussed tablet assault with Android. As a result, it's just as much a critique of the OS (which Motorola likely had very little input with) as it is the device itself, and in many respects can therefore act as a glimpse as to what to expect from Android tablets in the future. Is the XOOM's hardware/OS combo enough to topple Apple's "magical" slate?

Read more | Comments (0)

Gerald LynchREVIEW: Motorola XOOM Honeycomb tablet

UK built iTablet rears its head, runs off with a shed load of iPad hype

There are a fair few tech companies piggy-backing off the hype surrounding the iPad with their own product launches, but this is both shameless and cheekily hilarious. UK based X2 Computing are set to release their own touchscreen tablet, the…

Read more | Comments (0)

Gerald LynchUK built iTablet rears its head, runs off with a shed load of iPad hype