Perhaps unwilling to tread the same path that search giant Google has walked with Android tablets, Microsoft held an event on Monday to show off a pair of its own Surface tablets, available in Windows RT consumer and Windows 8 Pro editions. When can you actually buy one? Beats us.
If you happen to be in the market for a new automobile, don’t be surprised if the salesman whips out an iPad in an effort to answer your questions next time. That’s the latest nationwide effort from automaker Mazda, who is using a specialized iPad app to help push cars out the door.
Remember that weekend sale we told you about last Friday that could nab you the HP TouchPad for a cool $100 off the retail price? Take your time, there’s no hurry -- HP has now made the price cut permanent in its race to make webOS the number two spot in the tablet market.
It’s certainly not time just yet for Apple to start waving the white flag, but Google’s Android is definitely starting to chip away at Cupertino’s dominance in the tablet market, with the iPad slipping to 77 percent, while Android is up to 22 percent.
Well, one and all, Research in Motion has pulled the wool off their entry into the tablet pool, at a developer conference on Monday. Their tablet will feature a 7-inch screen, Flash-capable video and a front and rear high-definition camera. But will it be enough to take down the iPad?
Could it be true? Has Apple slain the iPad's competition before they even get a chance to launch an assault on Cupertino's market-leading tablet? A reliable pundit thinks so, and he's based his views on--get ready for it--the facts on hand!