Toshiba’s New dynaPad Is More Than Just A Tablet

Toshiba has introduced not only a 2-in-1 Windows PC, a 12.5 inch convertible Satellite Radius 12, but also a new dynaPad tablet available in Japan.

The Toshiba dynaPad has a 12-inch display and detachable keyboard dock. This tablet also supports pen input and comes with a Wacom Active Electrostatics TruePen with support for 2,048 levels of pressure . . . → Read More: Toshiba’s New dynaPad Is More Than Just A Tablet

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Tablet King Apple Slowly Losing Throne

Apple. The king of the technology world. Or so it was…. Since the inception of the iPad, Apple has had a clear cut stranglehold on the tablet market. While many very worthy contenders have stepped up to dethrone the king, including Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Microsoft’s Surface, none have been able to overtake Apple and the . . . → Read More: Tablet King Apple Slowly Losing Throne

Think You Were Getting Microsoft’s Surface Mini? Think Again

We’ve all known Microsoft to be a relatively huge powerhouse in terms of technology. They’ve always had a big stand on top. After all, Bill Gates was the richest man in the world for quite some time. That says something. Recently, we’ve seen the tides somewhat change however. People don’t really use PC’s anymore. They’ve traded . . . → Read More: Think You Were Getting Microsoft’s Surface Mini? Think Again

Microsoft Makes Huge Layoffs, Abandons Nokia X In The Process

The economy is rough right now and it is hitting everybody hard, including tech companies. Microsoft, which has made some cuts before, just announced its largest job cuts to date while also stating that it was abandoning its low-end Nokia X line of Android handhelds. According to the company, 18,000 jobs will go into next year, . . . → Read More: Microsoft Makes Huge Layoffs, Abandons Nokia X In The Process

Do Current Tablet Trends Suggest That Microsoft Tablets Could Be In Trouble?

Tablets, tablets, tablets. It seems to me like no business or tech savvy person can live without them now. This trend is not dying out anytime soon, I can say that much with confidence. The only problem with the current tablet market is that it can still be extremely hard for new products to break through. . . . → Read More: Do Current Tablet Trends Suggest That Microsoft Tablets Could Be In Trouble?

We’ve Seen The Surface Pro 3, Now Get Ready For The Surface Pro Mini!

I’ve noticed that there are certain trends that come about in technology. The biggest trend I’d have to say that I’ve noticed recently is size. The thinner it is, the more wowed your customers will be, or that’s how it seems at least. When Apple first came out with the iPad Mini, I was a bit . . . → Read More: We’ve Seen The Surface Pro 3, Now Get Ready For The Surface Pro Mini!

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Officially For Sale, Cover Keyboard Still Sold Separately

Microsoft just released the Surface Pro 3, the 2-in-1 device that it claims is a notebook replacement. The tablet/notebook hybrid was unveiled last month and is currently available in two different models, both of which are powered by the dual-core Intel Core i5 processor found in the Surface Pro 2.

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Android Receives Native Outlook Web App, Does This Effect You?

Microsoft recently released a preview version of the Outlook Web App (OWA) on Google’s Android operating system, which fulfills a promise that the company made back in March. Outlook Web App for Android is a native app that brings back the in-browser OWA that corporate workers have been using for years on devices that do not . . . → Read More: Android Receives Native Outlook Web App, Does This Effect You?