Have you ever held an iPad? Let me rephrase… Have you ever held an iPad for any length of time? They can become quite uncomfortable to try and position so you can enjoy your gadget the best possible way without having to strain your arms or crank your neck. You my friend need an iPad… Continue reading A floor stand for your iPad or tablet
Google has never been the best when it comes to plugging their own products. It has resulted in poor launches of other items such as all of their first phone attempts, their Chromebooks, and just about everything else they’ve pushed, even the big Google+ blast that they’ve been hammering for the last several months. Their… Continue reading Since when did Google get good at advertising?
Mobility is a must these days. Especially in the business world. Smart phones lead the way for mobile devices and now tablets seem to be the new trend. No business professional wants to lug around a lap top anymore, especially if they travel a lot. So the tablet has become a popular choice for the… Continue reading The future of mobile business and consumer apps
Small kids can use them just fine. They are more portable than a laptop, more powerful than a smartphone, and perform nearly every duty that a business person needs (especially when an external keyboard is added, which sort of defeats the purpose of having a tablet, but that’s another debate). Why, then, are more corporations… Continue reading Are we ready for enterprise tablets?
In the US, people with absolutely no need to go from the iPad 2 to the “new iPad” will still wait in line for hours to get their hands on the device that is improved in many ways but not enough to make it noticeable to most. The retina display is something that most will… Continue reading The real industry game changer with the new iPad: $399 iPad 2
When Meg Whitman declared late last year that WebOS tablets would be made again in 2013, the concept was met with hope by developers. As a newly-released open source platform, webOS on tablets would allow faster advancements than what can be done strictly in-house, so it made sense that the company whose financial fortunes are… Continue reading Does 275 webOS layoffs mark the end of HP tablets?
Few devices have come along that have truly made me say, “Wow”. Perhaps the last one was the first iPhone. Even the iPad did little to earn my excitement. Those who read this may wonder how much Amazon is paying me. There are times when brand-advocacy comes truly from the heart and this is one… Continue reading Why I just bought 4 more Kindle Fires
In so many things, understanding comes by following the money. It works in many criminal cases, political decisions, and societal sentiment. It also happens in the world of eCommerce. That being the case, it makes sense that as more money is being spent on tablets, more money is being spent through tablets. That’s the premise… Continue reading The tablet takeover of eCommerce
It has been speculated that home entertainment would meld with online and app-based engagement more and more over time. Today, Nielsen revealed that 40% of tablet and/or smartphone owners use them while watching television. As people continue to Tweet or post to Facebook when watching TV while others explore and research information about the shows… Continue reading Television time is smartphone or tablet time for 40% of American owners
Based on one research firm’s estimates, online retailer Amazon may have sold 95,000 units of its all-new Kindle Fire tablet in the first day the device was available for pre-order. “eDataSource’s panel of 800,000 [email] inboxes allows us to gain insight into eCommerce sales” said Carter Nicholas, CEO of eDataSource, a leading provider of online… Continue reading Amazon may have sold 95,000 Kindle Fires in one day