Is the 4th generation iPad worth the upgrade?
Apple’s announcement of the 4th generation iPad (officially named “iPad with Retina Display”) on October 23 was a big surprise to consumers; just a mere 6 months ago the 3rd generation was introduced basically now making that obsolete. As expected this annoyed recent iPad buyers who thought they had time before a new introduction. Many consumers […]
Don’t look now, but here comes the Windows Surface tablet
The image above is smartphone photography in its truest form; taken this month at the official Microsoft Store at the Mall of America (across the walkway from the Apple Store), this sign heralds the next big step for the software/hardware giant. Indeed, the Surface tablet by Microsoft is arriving in stores this Friday, October 26th, 2012. […]
Read up on warnings and risks before updating your Android OS
With Android devices, it is very easy to fall two or three releases behind if you depend on your carrier to release new software. For me personally, I decided to update to the Honeycomb release on my Samsung Galaxy tablet in order to get the front-facing camera to work with Skype. It turned out to be […]
Samsung Galaxy Note – Phone, Tablet, or Worthless Piece of Junk?
Mobile phones started out resembling bricks. They were monsters, with the internal components necessary to make them work taking up so much space as to make early examples look ludicrous in hindsight. And then they shrank until the smaller they became, the better they were supposed to be. But that trend has now reversed, as […]
First Look: Using Windows 8 on a Tablet
Microsoft is aiming high with Windows 8. Not only will Windows 8 be their next flagship desktop operation system, Microsoft is also looking to make it their first OS that’s actually usable on a tablet (anyone who has used any version of Windows on a tablet up to now will tell you that it makes […]
How to make your Windows tablet look like Windows Phone 7
I recently noticed that when I told people I bought an ASUS EP121 Eee Slate tablet PC with Windows 7, they usually asked me “What do you do for easy access to nifty apps and news and stuff?” And sadly, it was a question I could not easily answer without adding sarcasm or criticism (a […]
Video Review: Motorola Xoom Android 3.0 Tablet
The highly-anticipated Motorola Xoom, the first Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet, was released today on the Verizon Wireless network. Techerator contributor Jake Joraanstad headed over to the Verizon store to get a first look at the new device. httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9h__mw-alk