Samsung Galaxy Tab Active – the rugged tablet for business types

Tablet computers are becoming increasingly popular among business users as a means of allowing employees to stay connected wherever they are. But for industrial environments, field service personnel or people who work outdoors, a conventional tablet may not be up to the task. Step forward Samsung with an answer to the problem in the form … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Tab Active – the rugged tablet for business types

Samsung’s Galaxy A3 and A5 take aim at the Chinese market

Some smartphones like to offer “credible” USPs such as waterproofing, which genuinely seem like a good idea. Others turn their focus towards things like the “selfie” generation, which like it or not appears to be a burgeoning market. The fact that it’s a big hit in China is guaranteed to make phone manufacturers sit up … Continue reading Samsung’s Galaxy A3 and A5 take aim at the Chinese market

Pierre Cardin tablet review

In the technology industry, true beauty has always lay beneath the surface. There’s just no point in having something that looks nice if it doesn’t do anything – that’s an ornament, not a gadget. Enter the Pierre Cardin Tablet. Does fashion-consciousness cost the tablet usability? Read on. Firstly – it looks nice. Well, it looks … Continue reading Pierre Cardin tablet review

ZTE Light: A 7″ Android tablet. Yes another one.

ZTE have just tried to throw a spanner in the works of the tablet PC world by announcing its 7 inch 3G Android touchscreen, which its hoping will be a bigger success than its somewhat maligned ZTE Racer. Currently on display at the Beijing Exhibition there is little information available in the form of user … Continue reading ZTE Light: A 7″ Android tablet. Yes another one.

Blackberry PlayBook: Don’t call it a BlackPad. Do call it an iPad contender.

Darlings of the corporate world, Research in Motion made their first foray into the tablet wars with the Blackberry PlayBook. Tech journalists the world over breathed a sigh of relief that the rumoured name “BlackPad” hadn’t been used. Even more surprising, after a slew of quite disappointing “me too” Android tablets (and the Blackberry Torch) … Continue reading Blackberry PlayBook: Don’t call it a BlackPad. Do call it an iPad contender.

Samsung Galaxy Tab review roundup

Samsung’s first tablet has received a rapturous welcome from the media following its unveiling this week. Largely, the reviewers are suggesting the Galaxy Tab could be a genuine rival for Apple’s iPad, but it’s yet to be seen if it will become the new “apple” of our eyes (sorry). First of all, let’s take a … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Tab review roundup