Apps, iPad & Tech News
If you are planning to buy a tablet PC – do not be swayed by the price. While a lot of cheaper tablets are making headlines today – the bottom line remains quite the same. Cheaper does not necessarily mean better at all. While affordable tablet PCs are available today, they may not be as reliable as the more expensive or high end ones. Most low cost tablets do not have access to the App store – and while most have knock off application stores – you don’t know if the content is reliable or not.
And though they also contain pre loaded apps and content – they are insignificant in comparison to the thousands available for the higher end tablet PCs ……………….. read more: http://www.rediff.com/business/
Google To Ready A New Tablet PC?
If you remember, Google launched its very first Android device via HTC – and this was the Nexus One. The Nexus One was a mobile phone that was Google’s very own attempt to compete with the iPhone. Today, two years after that, they are planning to release a tablet PC which will be co-branded with Taiwan’s Asutek Computer. If one can remember, Google’s performance with the Nexus One was quite dismal considering the fact that a lot of people returned it after purchasing.
Still, Google is forgivable considering it was its first attempt. Now we wait for the second time and see how things go today …………….. read more: http://www.eweek.com/
Tablet PCs and Mobile Devices Vulnerable to Attacks?
Tablet PCs and cool mobile devices may be fun to use, but they are rooted with security flaws that may lead you vulnerable to security attacks. Mobile devices and tablet PCs were recently examined and were discovered to fail in terms of privacy implications and security. While these gadgets have the same functions as personal computers, they do not have the same security software.
With that, the research has found out that it is possible for hackers and dubious individuals to evesdrop on a tablet PC or smartphone as it makes a purchase or does online banking or other important details…………………….. read more: http://www.newsleader.com/