Shield tablet gets 3.11 update
Published in Mobiles

Fights Stagefright and improves performance

Nvidia has just released another "over the air" update for its Shield tablet. 

Dell Venue 8 refresh comes soon
Published in Mobiles

Packs Atom X5 8500 and Full HD screen

Dell Venue 8 family of tablets has been one of the more interesting offerings since it was launched, two years ago. Now Dell is about to launch the updated Venue 8 5000 and it looks like a winner.

Intel might have miffed the Tablet market
Published in News

Why do you need one?

As Intel unveiled its Skylake chips yesterday it was hammering in another nail in the coffin of tablets.

Recalled Shield tablet replacements start showing up
Published in Mobiles

Throw the old one in the garbage

The potentially flaming battery on Shield tablet has caused Nvidia to replace most of its tablets in the world, and now the replacement tablets are starting to show up.

Samsung working on a huge tablet
Published in Mobiles

More of a table

Samsung is working on a huge Android-based tablet that could be used in living rooms, offices, or schools, presumably as a coffee table.

Windows 10 tablets arriving
Published in Mobiles

Costs only £135 suggesting subsidies

The first Windows 10 with Bing tablets are starting to come to market, beginning with the Telcast X98 Air 3G.

Nokia Tablet N1 not shipping to the UK
Published in Mobiles

Nasty roast beef eaters

The former rubber boot maker Nokia has spelt out in clear turns that it is not going to bring out its N1 tablet in the UK.

China tablet makers giving up on tablet craze
Published in Notebooks

Writing is on the wall

If you want proof that the tablets are going the way of the hoola hoop and other fads, have a look at what China's tablet makers are doing.

Microsoft gives RT a make over
Published in Notebooks

Lipstick on a pig

Microsoft is about to upgrade Windows RT 8.1 and give its users a handful of new features.

Nvidia recalls Shield tablet due to fire hazard
Published in Mobiles

8-inch Shield tablet with YO1 bettery

Nvidia has announced a "voluntary recall" of its Shield 8-inch tablet due to a faulty battery that can cause the device to overheat and become a fire hazard.