Monthly Archives: September 2012

Intel: Atom Powered Windows 8 Tablets


The tablet may not be a new concept but let’s face it, Apple revolutionized the idea and brought it back to the mainstream when they introduced the iPad. Now on it’s third version and with a new 7-inch version called the iPad

Microsoft Surface Tablet Features: Can App Quality Win Over Quantity in Fight with Apple iPad Mini, Amazon Kindle Fire 2, Google Nexus 7?


The importance of the success of Microsoft’s new Surface tablet in conjunction with its Windows 8 software can’t be overstated. With the tablet market growing more competitive and crowded every day, now is the time for Microsoft to strike with its

What to expect in the mobile space the rest of the year

As the excitement over the iPhone 5 wanes, it is easy to assume the mobile space will get quiet for a while. This isn’t going to be the case, as the remaining months in 2012 look to be big for mobile

Is it the right time to buy a tablet?


The tablet market finally seems to have moved beyond a one-horse, Apple iPad monopoly. Google’s Nexus 7 has made a splash in the tablet market, and Amazon’s unveiling of the new Kindle Fire lineup will shake things up a bit

Has Microsoft lost the tablet war before it begins?


Asus’ Windows 8 tablet roadmap leaked a few days ago, revealing the company’s intention to launch three tablets powered by Microsoft’s soon to be released Windows 8 operating system. Bloggers and journalists have used the roadmap to argue that the pricing is too high

Microsoft Surface Tablet Price

Surface $399

Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer has been quiet about how much his company’s upcoming Surface Tablet will cost. In an interview over the weekend Ballmer finally opened up. While we don’t have an exact price we now know a range. Ballmer told the Seattle Times,

Windows Surface FAQs


Microsoft’s recent announcement of the Surface shows that the company has every intention of moving into the tablet market that formerly was the near-exclusive domain of the Apple iPad. I still remember those Steve Ballmer presentations where he expressed disdain for both the iPhone and



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