by Michael Fisher | August 15, 2012 1:33 PM
We're here at the NYC launch event for the Galaxy Note 10.1, the newest in Samsung's Android tablet lineup. We've been able to spend a few minutes with some demo devices on the floor, and we've got a quick preview of the hardware and software setup for you to feast your eyes on. Click on the below video and let Michael Fisher taken you on a brief guided tour of Samsung's latest tablet offering. And make sure to stay tuned to Pocketnow in the coming days and weeks for more Galaxy Note 10.1 coverage!
by Michael Fisher | August 1, 2012 4:35 PM
When Google announced its widely anticipated Nexus 7 tablet in June, it promised a product that would provide "the best of the Google experience." Some of us weren't so sure the company could deliver, and I said as much in a piece written on the announcement date. In that piece, I wrote: "Does it give consumers a cost-effective way to break in to tablet ownership? Yes. Will it do what other midrange tablets do, and do it better? Probably. Will it sell very well? Almost certainly. But it’s not a terribly exciting product. It’s not a game-changer." I still believe most of that is true. ...
by Michael Fisher | June 21, 2012 4:24 PM
It's that time of the year quarter again. The sleeping-giant tablet market, having settled into relative peace following the release of the new iPad, was jostled recently by the gradual introduction of the unique ASUS Padfone into a few new markets. It settled back down pretty quickly, but was then slapped square in the face earlier this week by the reinvigorated Microsoft and its Surface tablet series. Now, before the dust has even begun to settle, Google is poised to shake up the space all over again with a rumored announcement of its Nexus tablet at I/O next week. I'm excited that the ...
by Michael Fisher | June 19, 2012 3:11 PM
Multiple user accounts have been offered by various platforms for a long time. My first exposure to the idea of distinct user profiles was on my family's Packard Bell computer running Windows 95. With five of us sharing the machine, multiple-account support was a blessing. There was no security to speak of -we all had administrator access, though none of us knew what that meant- but it gave us the illusion of privacy. At the very least, we could select our own wallpaper and arrange our desktop icons the way we wanted. The underlying nature of separate-account support has changed since ...
by Michael Fisher | May 18, 2012 12:02 PM
Evan Blass recently posted an article titled "Will The iPhone's Reign Ever End?" In it, he speculates on the future of the mobile landscape, trying to predict how, when, or if the iPhone will go the way of the RAZRs and N95s of the world. What will ultimately dethrone the reigning king of smartphones? It's a good question. Right across the mobile-device gap, in the tablet space, sits Apple's iPad. Just as the smartphone world offers up some close competition between the Android and iOS platforms, the battle also rages on in the tablet market. It's easy to forget how close that race is ...
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