Belkin figures that people want more versatility when it comes to watching TV these days. The @TV delivers that through the ability to access your live and recorded TV on your mobile devices.
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Android tablets have been an overwhelming disappointment so far. Despite promising so much, the user interfaces have been clunky, content is questionable and the hardware itself has lacked the elegant desirability of an iPad. But that’s all about to change with Google’s Nexus 7 tablet.
There’s no question that Apple’s control over both the hardware and software components of its iPad tablet is one of the reasons it has been so successful. Microsoft has taken note, and is launching its very own tablet range, called Surface, running Windows 8.
The Smart cover that Apple launched with the iPad 2 was nice and all, but it left the back side of your tablet awfully exposed to the elements. At the WWDC overnight, Apple announced the Smart Cover, which gives the magic of a magnetic cover while protecting both sides of your iPad.
The spectacular failure of the first generation of Android tablets has just started to fade from memory, and the next generation of affordable Android tablets is beginning to land. Naturally, Aussie company Kogan has jumped on board nice and early.
It was only a matter of time, I suppose. Given the fact that the new iPad’s 4G version didn’t actually work on Australian 4G networks – which kind of upset the ACCC – the Cupertino company has changed its marketing from “Wi-Fi + 4G” to “Wi-Fi + Cellular”.
So we all know the new iPad hit shelves today, what with our review, photo comparison and guide to its 4G support. But what about buying it. Turns out that Big W has cut the dollars off Apple’s RRP across the board.
The new iPad has made a splash today, with some radical headlines about 4G not working in Australia, barbs about its crazy name and question marks over who got what right in the great Apple guessing game – but what is it really like? We’ve had a look and a play with the third generation [...]
Apple has just unveiled its latest version of the iPad, and it’s a cracker. Packed with a 2048 × 1536 resolution screen, a much more powerful processor, a better camera and inbuilt dictation capabilities, it’s a major upgrade. The only downside is that we won’t get the new 4G connectivity in Australia.
There’s a good chance that Telstra’s 4G network offers faster internet speeds than your home ADSL connection, which is why it’s exciting to see the company release the first tablet to support the fast network today, the Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G from Samsung.