Tag - tablets

Asus Memo 370T

Last January, Nvidia and Asus came up with a product that may change everything. Now the tablet in question has been identified as the new Asus Memo 370T which is actually an upgraded version of the 7-inch stylus-supported Memo tablet Asus debuted at CES 2011. The then showcased tablet ran on Honeycomb and utilized a dual-core Qualcomm 8260-1.2Ghz CPU, while the much awaited 370T will come with Ice Cream Sandwich and houses a Nvidia Tegra 3,even though the actual speed [...]

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ARM’s First 64-bit Processors

ARM will introduce its First 64-bit processors later in this year targeting on servers and high-end smart phones. They are also started to taking steps to build up software support for the s64-bit processor designs. Most of the smart phones and tablets that we use today use ARM processors. Now the company is trying to dominate its market as Intel dominate in server market. New ARM processors will be licensed to device makers and  based on the ARMv8 architecture. These will be in market by 2014, after it will [...]

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WebOS to go open source-will HP get it right?

With Android and iOS ruling the roost in the mobile market and Windows expected to make some spectacular breakthrough in the near future, it seems like HP is making some serious attempt to revive the vanishing operating system WebOS as on December 9th, HP has announced that WebOS will soon be released as an open source platform. As the OS is almost left to disappearing due to its weak tablet and smartphone sales, one cannot deny asking the question: [...]

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