It may well be the middle of April where half of us take the week off and the other half turns up to work, but products are still get released and sent to stores, with Sony’s Tablet Z2 the next to hit shelves.
We’ve seen plenty of 10 inch tablets, but Toshiba is trying an 8 incher of its own, and it will even let you play with all those Windows apps you already own.
For years, Panasonic has held the benchmark in regards to rugged computers, but that looks set to change, with Dell announcing new laptops that can be dropped not just from waist level, but also a few stories up.
New Galaxy Tabs are on the way from Samsung, but news of their local arrival hasn’t come from Samsung, with accessory maker Belkin bringing it to our attention first.
When Microsoft brought out the Windows 8.1 update, it returned the Start button that so many had missed. But it didn’t quite help make everything easier, not the way people expected it to, especially those without touch screens. Fortunately, the big M is rectifying this.
Today may well be the day of jokes, but if a report we’re reading is true, you won’t be laughing at what Apple has planned.
Aldi’s Medion brand doesn’t come out with releases as often as other computer brands, but if you’re in the market for a new tablet computer, you might be able to grab it with your groceries.
For some people, the 10.1 inch tablets available today just aren’t big enough. They want something bigger. Samsung, though, appears happy to cater for them with the release of 12.2 inch tablet. Is it big enough?
Overseas trips can be a burden for families, businesspeople — anyone, really — thanks to our ongoing requirement of data, and how much telcos like to charge for the privilege, but Aussie start-up GlobalGig hopes to improve things substantially.
Portable computers look set to improve this month, as Acer releases a budget tablet destined to take on Apple’s iPad Mini, and a new Chromebook that lets gives your fingers some more fun.