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Google Nexus 7

Google not worried about cheap tablets from Acer, Asus eating into Nexus 7 sales

Google not worried about cheap tablets from Acer, Asus eating into Nexus 7 sales

Google is okay with Taiwanese branded tablet-makers undercutting the Nexus 7 tablet in price, if only to improve Android’s market share. Google is not worried about cheaper tablets from Acer and Asus competing with its own Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 line. Even as the Apple iPad is still currently leading in the tablet market,

Leap Motion Featured

The Leap could change the way we use our mobile devices

San Francisco-based startup Leap Motion has partnered with Asus to embed its motion-sensing technology into notebooks and desktop computers. How soon until this becomes a reality in mobile devices? I’ve always been fascinated with mobile user interfaces. After having used mobile phones for almost 17 years, I can say we’ve gone leaps and bounds in

Google Nexus 7

Nexus 7 lands in Singapore, available from S$399

The long-awaited Google Nexus 7 Android tablet has finally arrived on the shores of Singapore. Starting September 29 onwards, eager gadget lovers can get their hands on the new Nexus 7 tablet for only S$399 (16GB). Google has actually made the Nexus 7 officially available in Malaysia, India and Japan prior to the official launch

Microsoft and Intel plot to push iPad’s market share to below 50%

According to Digitimes, Taiwan based ODM’s claim that Intel and Microsoft have  been cooperating closely with first-tier vendors developing new tablets powered by Windows 8, with the goal of decreasing iPad’s global market share from 70% currently to below 50% by the middle of 2013. According to Digitimes’ sources, Microsoft will release Windows 8 for

Taiwan’s startups gear up for IDEAS Show 2011

IDEAS Show is a conference and startup pitching platform that’s the highlight of the Taiwan scene’s calendar. The keynote for this year’s event is social gaming giant Zynga’s Japan country manager, Shintaro Yamada. He joined Zynga through its acquisition of Unoh, the social game developer he founded right out of college, last August. Yamada’s long