When Apple introduced the new iPad earlier this year, it didn’t just discontinue the iPad 2; it dropped its price and sent it out to do battle with cheaper, Android-powered tablets from the likes of Amazon. But that’s not the only change the Cupertino company made to the device. Although there’s no mention of it, [...] Related Stories This Futuristic Glass Could Someday Make The iPad And iPhone Glare-Free Staple iPhone App Flipboard Makes Its Way To Android iOS Hacker Pod2g Gets iOS 5.
According to people familiar with the matter, Amazon has plans to release a tablet computer to compete with Apple’s iPad, reports the WSJ. The company will also release two new Kindle models, a touch-screen device and a cheaper mode... Read Post
Acer's response to Apple's iPad with Retina Display is called the A700. The 10.1-inch tablet offers a high-definition screen with 1,920 by 1,200 resolution powered by a Tegra 3 chip and Android 4.0. Priced at $450, it sounds like a ... Read Post