Schools will not like the repair bill
The outfit's ridiculous repair policy will scupper Apple's attempts to mass sell its tablets to US schools.
Coming in 8.4- and 10.8-inch sizes
Although it has left its P20 smartphone announcement for a later date, Huawei had a lot to show at MWC 2018, including the high-end MateBook X Pro notebook and the new MediaPad M5 tablets, which aim at the premium tablet market.
12.3-inch WUXGA+ screen and Snapdragon 835 SoC
HP has now officially launched the product page for its upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 powered HP Envy X2 tablet with a detachable keyboard, revealing a few more specifications.
New models coming
The global tablet market is set for a rebound in 2018 as major IT players including Amazon, Huawei, Microsoft and Google all plan to launch new models in the coming year.
A Japanese bullet train had to make an emergency stop after a tablet computer apparently owned by a passenger caught fire while the train was en route to Tokyo Station, police and railway officials said.
The game changer which disappeared from human records
A game changing Ancient Babylonian tablet runs an advanced form of trigonometry which is more accurate than the system used today – it also does not require a battery.
He hated being outsmugged by Microsoft so he stole its tablet
The messiah of the fruity cargo-cult, Steve Jobs, apparently was only interested in hacking off a single Microsoft executive when he stole the idea for the tablet and the smartphone.
Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet running on Android
Juniper Systems has released its the Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet running on the Android.
13.7 percent less than last year
The death of the "game changing" keyboardless netbook continues as Digitimes Research predicts that only 35 million tablets will be shipped globally during the second quarter of 2017.
From Apple cheerleaders to “realists”
Beancounters at IDC have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and worked out that they really cocked up when they believed Apple’s propaganda that tablets were “game changers”.