Ever since the official release of Apple’s iPad, it has been the very best seller in the tablet market place. Although a lot of other wonderful tablet devices have been continuously challenging its leading role, like Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer Prime, and a variety of other Android tablets. The iPad continues to stand head above water over its rivals, especially since the release of the new iPad 3, which further much more tends to make Apple iPad an undefeatable myth. A variety of tablet suppliers are attempting to generate a tablet that could match iPad. Amazon has had success with its spending budget Kindle Fire, but has limited the device to the US audience as a result far. In an attempt to achieve traction within the tablet market place, Google has followed suit by releasing the Google Nexus 7, one of the most powerful tablet rivals to challenge Apple iPad so far.
1. NBC Olympics
It offers apps for the iPhone and for Android phones. To use Olympics Live Extra app for streaming video you have to be MSNBC or CNBC subscriber through cable, satellite or FiOS. Excellent information is available at the NBC Olympics mobile website. Continue reading
As a Olympic games fan, you won’t miss any your favorite Olympic game. Try to watch the games as they happen or catch up on the latest results? It’s easy to achieve with your handy smartphone. Here shows you three apps. Continue reading
The Google-designed, Asus-built Nexus 7 is currently the best 7-inch tablet money can buy, but it isn’t the most profitable. Its biggest rival, Amazon’s Kindle Fire, is about $19 cheaper to produce. Continue reading
Can’t decide between smartphone and tablet? Maybe the Asus PadFone will ignite your excitement. Take a look at the short review of it from cnet. Continue reading
Compared with Amazon Kindle Fire, the Google Nexus 7 is much sleeker at just .41 inches thick, putting it just a smidge ahead of the new iPad (0.37 inch), though its overall size and slim heft of just 12 ounces make it ideal for reading one-handed. Continue reading
If you have ever rented/bought a DVD movie and taken it home only to discover that it cannot play on your DVD player. This article is aim to solve such problem and play your DVD, so that you do not miss out the movie or waste the money which you had spent to rent this DVD.
It’s announced that iOS6 is coming this fall, and it will take our iDevice (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) in new directions. And more and more rumors and speculation is around about Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone (we call it iPhone 5, but Apple actually didn’t official name it and announce the release date).
When Apple refreshed QuickTime Player in OS X Snow Leopard, they added a feature that numerous users did not know about: screen recording. Without having using any fancy software program, you can develop a video of one’s Mac’s screen, total with recorded audio from the built-in microphone. This feature can be used to create easy-to-follow screencasts that can be sent to anyone so that you can better explain a visual topic.