Review Of Tablet PCs: Google Nexus And Microsoft Surface

the google nexus tablet to compete with amazon kindle fireGoogle has recently revealed their 7 inch Nexus 7, which is expected to sell for $199. This price point is the same as the popular Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet, and thus Google is not going up against the almighty standard, the Apple iPad, but setting its sights on the Amazon tablet.

This introduction by Google, shortly after Microsoft’s announcement of their MS Surface tablet, are the dominant players which are beginning to define this competitive market.

Google’s has decided to go the smaller screen and budget friendly route. The …

Apple Previews Their Latest iOS 6 Mobile Operating System

apples new ios 6 mobile operating systemApple recently previewed their latest, greatest, most likely trend setting iOS 6, mobile operating system designed to cater to their iPhone, iPod, and the iPad hardware.

According to Apple, the designated launch date is expected to be the fall of 2012, perhaps in conjunction with the much anticipated iPhone 5 as well as a smaller mini-iPad tablet, are you reading this Jason.

The biggest feature of the new iOS 6 is perhaps the Maps app with Apple’s own cartography navigation. They have previously been using Google Maps since the …

Review Of Tablet PC Computers When You’re Ready To Buy

the various selections of tablet computer PCsWhen they first exploded on the market, you wondered what took so long. They’re efficient, attractive, and extremely user friendly. It’s now even becoming a little unclear what their predecessors were before these Tablet PC’s hit the market.

It’s only been two or so years, however, when Apple first introduced the iPad tablet to the world, and then a completely new segment of computing hardware was born. Since then, there’s been every major hardware manufacture attempting to grab a piece of the tablet pie, which is still dominated by Apple.…

The Distinct Class Separation When It Comes To High Tech

is there a class separation for technologyA friend and I recently attended a seminar, and during a break between speakers, a complete stranger comes up to us, points and snickers; “So do you actually still use that thing?” he asks, condescendingly and annoyingly pointing towards my friends Blackberry, as if it was an ancient relic and a complete uncool tool.

“Well yes, I do,” he said, while simultaneously texting someone from the functional keypad. The gentleman went on to state the only tech products that he uses is Apple and nothing else.

As we decide to …

Google To Offer A Tablet PC To Compete With The iPad

introducing google's new tablet pcGoogle is shortly planning to sell through their online store, their own co-branded version of the Tablet PC. This in the hopes of taking away market share from one of their chief arch rivals and direct competitor, Apple Corp, and their dominant industry standard iPad Tablet.

Some may recall that Google attempted to get into the hardware device market with, to some observers, less than favorable results. To remind those who don’t remember, a few years ago, Google offered the consumer mobile crowd their own version of the smartphone …