We all have electronics. Or rather own, own is definitely a better word. And some of them are insanely expensive. And if you’re like me, you probably have more than three. This will probably include your mobile phone, your tablet e.g. Slate or iPad and your laptop.It only makes sense that you will know how to care for your tablet, smart-phone or any other precious (and insanely expensive) hardware prized possession.
So I recently came across a very uncared for Galaxy Tab, the 7.1. Look at the image above again; I shed a tear every time I see it. L Read more »
The regional finals for the Microsoft Imagine Cup competition, a competition aimed at getting students to bring out their best in terms of innovation and creativity as far as software design is concerned, were held yesterday, 9th May, at Strathmore University. The team that clinched the top spot is Team QuestO from Uganda’s Makerere University.
Most teams comprised of students who are in university with many giving good presentations but the winning presentation was made by team QuestO who showcased a desktop, mobile and web based system, dubbed CRIMEX that focuses on crime pattern analysis in developing countries. Read more »
On the 10th of February, NOKIA CEO Stephen Elop hinted that he had a great announcement he had for us the following day.
Some knew what it was all about while others could only speculate. A number of techies believed that Meego was being kicked to the curb or that Nokia was joining up with another company to produce their own tablet.
Well, everyone was right… at least partly.
Stephen Elop from Nokia and Microsoft Corporation CEO Steve Ballmer today announced that they had agreed upon entering into a strategic partnership affecting the two big companies in a video released on Nokia’s Youtube channel yesterday evening. This comes amid rumors that Nokia were developing a way to combat the Apple iPad that has really rocked the market in the last two quarters. This could be their chance to do just that. Read more »
The TouchPad will run the company’s WebOS 3.0 (the exclusive operating system that is expected to take over most of HP devices), which it acquired alongside the acquisition of Palm and their products back in April 2010.
The tablet features a super fast 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1024×768 pixel display (basically 9.7 inch screen), weighing in at a measly 1.5 pounds, 13mm thick, front-facing cameras for video enabled-calls, comes in two choices of either the 16GB or 32GB of built-in memory, supports Adobe’s Flash and Beats by Dre speakers.
The device shall come as a WiFi only option but will very soon be offered on 3G or 4G by about the 2nd Quarter of 2011. Read more »
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