Businesses Adding iPads Into the Mix (Comments Off)
Since the initial release of the iPad, it has been a widely held belief that the enterprise user would eventually define the path in which the iPad would take in the future. Today, it looks like this is happening.
According to the WSJ, businesses from all over the States are putting iPads into use as the [...]
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Android’s Dirty Little Secret (Comments Off)
Android has been argubly, the only thing keeping the world free from becoming an iPhone/iOS only kind of space. Love it or hate it, this is a simple fact needing to be accepted. Despite this, there is one dirty little secret that Android holds that may lead people to looking at it a bit differently.
Samsung Galaxy Tab (Comments Off)
For years, videos games were console based for the most part, then later on high-end graphics allowed them to gain a stronger foothold in the PC realm. Today, PC games are a huge hit with loyal users all over the globe. Despite this success, Google is looking to push forth a real game changer in how people access popular video games.
It’s fairly clear by now that Verizon is dead set on gaining on AT&T through any means possible. If that means matching some of their services, so be it. And in other instances, this means copying services completely.
Despite Google doing great with their Android platform on various mobile phones, it feels like any tablet efforts with Android, have been non-existent. Now I think it’s possible that this is by design and shouldn’t be dismissed. Clearly Google is focused on Chrome OS for their tablet endeavors.
Where does the fault fall for a failed product launch? With the Palm Pre, I blame the pointless commercials, lack of feature descriptions and general lack of product focus. So does this also apply to the latest BlackBerry product as well, created by RIM?
Without question, the Apple iPad has in many respects changed the way we look at computers and other portable computing devices. Even the iPhone hasn’t touched on the new areas being explored with the larger iPad. So how would one that is smaller, do for Apple fans?