by Stephen Schenck | October 23, 2012 3:20 PM
Apple fans are going to be all over the new iPad mini and fourth-gen big iPad, but what does news of Apple's tiny tablet mean for consumers who have yet to commit to one platform over another? Let's take a quick look at how the iPad mini's hardware compares to some popular Android models. Any comparison like this is going to be chock-full of caveats, and this is no exception. Obviously, there's a lot more to the experience a tablet delivers than is dictated by its hardware, so just by nature of the differing operating systems, it's hard to directly compare these models. We're also not 100% ...
by Jaime Rivera | October 15, 2012 4:57 PM
What makes an iPad the iPad? Have you ever asked yourself this question? How can it be that a full decade of tablet computers was outsold by the first-generation iPad in just 10 months? How could it also be that two years of Android tablets haven't been able to defeat its lead? The answer to these questions is quite complicated. Each user was driven to the iPad for different reasons. Some bought it for its price back in 2010, when given a choice between a netbook that was just as cheap and a Tablet PC that was three times more expensive. Others simply because the ads did a great job in ...
by Jaime Rivera | September 18, 2012 12:38 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the joint Motorola-Intel event that just happened in London, and where their new RAZR i smartphone was announced, powered by Intel's new Medfield processor. We then talk about LG's Korean announcement of the Optimus G, which we'll see in the US starting tomorrow. Then we go through our recent coverage of Amazon's Kindler Fire 7 HD, which is quickly knocking on a door near you. HTC also made some headlines with some press renders of their One X 5 coming to Verizon. We then end the sow talking about Microsoft's Steve Ballmer providing details on ...
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