Alaska Airlines bids farewell to bulky flight manuals and introduces the iPad to their pilots as a replacement. At this point roughly 3/4 of their pilots have made the shift to go paperless in the cockpit while the remaining pilots are expected to have their own iPad by June at the latest.
Early next week Honeycomb 3.1 will be available for the Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablet. Asus will be rolling out this over-the-air update possibly by Monday. Along with the OS update will come some quite useful and noticeable improvements.
Today I’ve compiled a short list of 5 important things to keep in mind for new and existing touchscreen tablet owners. This article is geared towards helping you keep your data and new portable device secure and also to help you get the most out of your tablet experience.
Quite often you hear people ask “What tablet PC should I buy?” or “What is the coolest tablet right now?”. These are reasonable questions, however isn’t it just as important to ask “What tablet operating system will best suit my needs?”. In a lot of cases it’s the software that makes the tablet. Of course hardware does go hand in hand with overall performance and capabilities but today I’m going to focus on some of the pros and cons for various tablet operating systems available today.
It’s believed that the highly anticipated HP TouchPad will be available at a plethora of different outlets including Wal-Mart with a modest price tag of $600. That’s according to an unidentified tipster who shared this information with our friends over at PreCentral.net.
Rumors surrounding Amazon releasing their own high end tablet computer continue to flood blogosphere’s around the web. Most recently, rumors have surface regarding the possibility of Amazon launching not one but two tablets before the year is out.