Newspaper finds use for a tablet
Published in Mobiles


Wins award

A Brazilian newspaper has found a way of making money using a tablet and won an award for its innovative thinking.

Apple update breaks iPad Pros
Published in Mobiles


You get what you pay for

The programming genii at Apple have just released a software update which breaks its expensive Surface Clones the iPad pro and makes users wish they had saved their money and bought something cheaper and more viable.

Apple wants to get into taxi business
Published in Games


Because everyone loves taxi drivers

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to invest more than a billion dollars to become a Chinese taxi company.

Tablet sales dead
Published in Mobiles
29 April 2016

Tablet sales dead


The death of the "game changer"

There more evidence that tablets were never the game-changer that Steve Jobs tried to peddle them as, and were just the keyboardless netbooks we said they were. 

Shield K1 gets Vulkan update
Published in Mobiles


The needs of the many

Nvidia has just released an update to its K1 Shield tablet rolling out support for the fledgling Vulkan API.

IDC says iPad fad fading
Published in Mobiles


Other tablets dominate

Beancounters at IDC have been reading their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that the iPad is doomed to go the way of the dodo after being kicked to death by cheaper tablets.

HTC scores Nexus deal
Published in Mobiles


Three years

HTC has scored a deal to exclusively manufacture Nexus devices for the next three years.

Amazon brings back encryption on Fire
Published in Notebooks


All part of Apple's PR wars 

After firing encryption from its Fire Tablets, the online bookseller, Amazon has bought it back after customers complained.

Lenovo  shows off new Yogas
Published in Notebooks


Skylake and Nvidia chips within

Lenovo has used MWC 2016 to unwrap a pair of new convertible laptops and a tablet with detachable keyboard.

Microsoft flogged six million tablets
Published in Notebooks


Scratching the service


While everyone knew that Microsoft had done rather well with its Surface tablet, actual numbers were thin on the ground.