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Nokia MeeGo tablet


To Stop the rumors and Speculations around MeeGo OS,, Nokia CEO has just announced on the Q3 earnings call that its first MeeGo device will not be coming this year. In no uncertain terms, Stephen Elop the New Nokia CEO said that Nokia, "First MeeGo device will be the 2011 event."


A device rumored to be the N9 (Picture up there!). In general communications about new Nokia products will be made far closer to product availability. Elop added that his first impression of Nokia MeeGo work "inspires both confidence and excitement.". Also he Added that the Latest tablet from Nokia Which is Nokia N900 will get the New MeeGo OS as well but with limited capabilities and thats May mean No Dual-boot (Except for Developers ofcourse).


Lets hope so, in Q1 2011 Nokia MeeGo smartphone OS will be battling resurgent webOS and Windows Phone 7 devices in addition to the Android, iOS, and BlackBerry incumbents at the high-end of the market.




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GALAXY Note 10.1


Samsung annouced the GALAXY Note 10.1 at the MWC this year but the tablet didn't officially released as samsung wanted to change its specifications, Check the old Specifications of the Galaxy Note 10.1.


Galaxy Note 10.1


The score of 61.4 megapixels per second beats the Galaxy S III by a huge margin, indicating a new graphics processor. Since the chipset in the Galaxy Note 10.1 is listed as the same Exynos 4412 Quad-core 1.4GHz CPU we have in the latest Galaxy phone, then the graphics processor must be the next generation Mali T-604, not the Mali-400 in the Galaxy S II and S III.


GALAXY Note 10.1 Benchmark

We thought that Mali T-604 will only be coming with the Exynos 5 series of chips, but apparently Samsung might be testing other combinations, if this benchmark scale is true. The T-604 is about 5x the Mali-400 performance, So we can expect an HD display on the Galaxy Note 10.1, May be 1920 x 1080 reolution or even more.

Google Tablet

We all heard rumors about the Google Nexus tablet, well, Today we have some juicy info about it, "Google Play" is the expected name of Google Upcoming 7-inch tablet. With a rumored resolution of 1280x800 pixels with Android ICS 4.0 (or JellyBean 5.0), this tablet will be Google entry to the tablets Market, Ofcourse, the tablet will be manufactured by Motorola which is now officially a Google company.

Google Tablet

Expected Release Date

Soruces confirm that the production (factory production not market release) of the Google Play tablet could start as early as in April 2012 and it be a Motorola branded tablet

Google Tablet

Google Play™ Trademark

Now, here is the only clue we have for why Google might have chosen Play as the name. On February 29th, the company registered a bunch of domains via brand protection company MarkMonitor. Here is the list of Domains:

• appsonplay.com
• booksonplay.com
• gamesonplay.com
• googleplayapps.com
• googleplaybooks.com
• googleplaydownloads.com
• googleplaygames.com
• googleplaymagazines.com
• googleplaymovies.com
• googleplaymusic.com
• googleplaynewspapers.com
• googleplaynewsstand.com
• googleplaytv.com
• googleplayvideos.com
• magazinesonplay.com
• moviesonplay.com
• newspapersonplay.com
• tvonplay.com



Windows 8 tablet

Windows 8 is shaping up to be the best OS Microsoft has had in years, but limitations around ARM-based tablets and concerns over x86-based model pricing could sour the platform launch later this year. Microsoft has mandated that ARM Windows 8 machines expected to be the bulk of low-cost Windows 8 tablets must have their Secure Boot system locked down, ComputerWorld reports or in order words users must not be allowed to load non-Windows platforms onto ARM hardware.

According to a document titled Windows Hardware Certification Requirements, which Microsoft released last month, the company confirms that it is up to manufacturers as to whether Secure Boot is locked down or not. For x86-powered PCs, notebooks and tablets, OEMs are free to decide which way to leave the settings

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Sony Tablet S


New reports suggest that Sony is already testing ICS on their two Android tablets and that the public release of the update should coincide with the release of the update for the company now wholly owned Xperia lineup some time in April.

A moderator in Sony UK forums confirmed back in December that the company two tablets the magazine-like Tablet S and the folding Tablet P will receive an Ice Cream Sandwich update. Now we have the release schedule.

Sony is also allegedly preparing "some really cool unique bits" to spice up the Android 4.0 for its tablet devices, but we can only guess.

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The War of Low-price tablets has no ending, Intel has entered the educational tablet market with a low-priced model. The 7-inch Display Tablet offers an aspect ratio of 16:9 and resolution of 1024 x 600. The tablet supports a dual operating system which means both Windows and Android are enabled.

Intel logo

A 2MP camera is on the back while a .3MP shooter is on the front. 1GB of DDR2 RAM is on board and the tablet is available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB variants. The site quotes industry sources as saying that the price for the tablet will run in the $200-$300 range depending on specs and customs tariffs.


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Tablets survey


Tablets are slowly finding their way to more and more U.S. households, which inevitably alters the every day habits of the modern consumer. That is one thing that we can conclude after checking out this neat infographic, based on a recent survey conducted by Yahoo! A total of 2000 U.S. respondents aged 18 to 64 participated, and the result are quite intriguing, to say the least.

It turns out that 25 percent of women would much rather give up sex for a year to not using their tablet. Here is the Full Survey (Click on the Photo for full size)




Nook HD & Nook HD+

The new Nook HD and Nook HD+ have finally gone on sale, in the UK for now. Those who pre-ordered theirs from Barnes & Noble online store should get it this week or you could purchase them from stores such as John Lewis, Argos, Asda, Dixons, Sainsbury, Waitrose, Blackwell's and Foyles in the UK.


Nook HD & Nook HD+


The Nook HD+ has a 9-inch, 1920 x 1200 resolution display, which gives it a pixel density of 256ppi, close to the iPad's 264 PPI Retina display. The hardware in Nook HD+ has a faster 1.5GHz OMAP4470 and is available in 16GB and 32GB for £229 and £269 respectively.



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