Wednesday 23 May 2012


Samsung look to tweak Galaxy Note 10.1?


   The 10.1" Galaxy Note was a great looking little device, but it looks like Samsung feels it needs to up it's game, which is probably a good idea actually, I myself said they very distinctly average when they launched.

   Today it has been rumoured that the tablet will be getting thinner as well as having an update to the processor, giving it a bump to the Galaxy S3's quad-core Exynos chip, instead of a mere dual-core processor. There's also rumoured to be a new S-Pen slot as well in a Galaxy Note-esque fashion.

   As soon as we get an official word from Samsung I'll be sure to keep you in the loop.

Nvidia highlight 'Kai' again, wants to give you $199 quad-core tablets.

NVIDIA outlines Kai platform, hopes to make good on quad-core $199 tablet promise

   The Asus Eee-pad MeMo could and maybe would be the most perfect Android tablet, with it's 7" form factor and an ultra powerful quad-core processor. Unfortunately though, we have seen little or nothing of this tablet since Asus suggested it'd come to the world soon. 

   However, Nvidia have again reiterated that they are committed to producing a quad-core tablet for less than $200 and with a little bit of 'scret sauce' from the Nvidia Tegra 3 processor while somehow managing to make it considerably cheaper. So hopefully we can see this become a reality in the very near future.

In other news:

  • Lenovo manages to turn the tide by posting a 46% profit surge.
  • Acer Iconia A510 Olympic Tab to launch in UK next month.
  • MySpace is set to relaunch later in 2012.
  • IBM blocks Siri over fears sensitive information may lapse into unwanted hands.
  • Sony and Samsung are enforcing minimum pricing on their tv's in a desperate bid to protect their profits.
  • Samsung releases Galaxy Note source code.
  • Facebook are testing a new Timeline layout.
  • Xbox 360 may face a ban in the USA over Motorola patents.


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