"We often tease Samsung about the seemingly arbitrary way it divvies up its tablet offerings -- not content with round numbers, it's released tablets that are 10.1 inches wide instead of 10, 8.9 instead of 9, 7.7 instead of 8, and so on. And so too is the case with the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, whose extra 0.4 inch seems unnecessarily tacked on. Yet, this results in a 16:10 aspect ratio that makes it well-suited for watching movies, which makes us willing to forgive its silliness. Plus, even if that weren't enough to sway us, there's so much else to like about Tab Pro 8.4 that the odd screen size is but a minor detail. Indeed, while Samsung released its latest Galaxy Tab Pro line of tablets in both 10.1 and 12.1 inches, it's the 8.4-inch model that's likely to win the hearts of most."
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Google Nexus tablets have been leading sales charts in many parts of the world, mainly due to a large offering of different tablets with different specs, prices and sizes. Most of them are good, or great, but is this the case with the Google Nexus 10 and Google Nexus 7? Let’s find out!
Read more: http://www.gamerheadlines.com/2014/05/google-nexus-7-vs-google-nexus-10-comparison-reliable-tablets/#ixzz32fYc3m4o
" It's been just over six months since Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 2. It was the second iteration in the Surface line, a series of devices meant to take all the things we love in our tablets, and all the things we need out of our laptops, and merge them into one happy device that's all things to all people. That was the intent two years ago when the first generation was launched, and today, at the unveiling of the Surface Pro 3, it was the same story.
Friday, May 23, 2014
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
eBay hacked, requests all users change passwords - CNET
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Preview - CNET
5 in China Army Face U.S. Charges of Cyberattacks - NYTimes.com