39 posts tagged iPad
Frustrated with your iPad’s lack of Office and no physical keyboard? Probably not but that doesn’t stop Bill Gates from believing it. Serving as the lone hero for Microsoft’s compromise PC-tablet (…
Being stuck in the old days.
Look at HP, Dell. What do they offer in the tablet space? How much are they present in the tablet space? If HP, Dell and the like doesn’t beef up their offerings in this area, they risk extinction. Period.
More and more people are buying cars, less and less trucks.
Oh, and speaking of dinausors, maybe, just maybe Office in 2014 doesn’t matter anymore. And here goes one of the most important revenues for Microsoft. Oh, and Windows 8 sales? No, you don’t want to read about it.
As this great piece from Monday Note highlight, having 128GO of RAM in the iPad is barely enough to make it Pro. It will take services in the cloud (à la Dropbox), better inter-app communication to better support complex workflow that we take for granted on a MacBook with OS X.
The iPad 4 with 128 gb will go on sale next week.
Another clueless tech press guy who doesn’t know what he is talking about.
Apple is the victim of its own creation: the iPad. The Mac is less and less important in Apple’s revenue mix. For Tim Cook, this is a real opportunity. Better cannibalize your own sales than let someone else do it.
After iPhone 5 production cuts that nobody really know why it happened (if this is in fact the case), now we see “news” of iPad production cuts too. Bgr.com must be happy to do their usual Apple bashing…
And this is why CES is becoming less and less relevant. It is the software, stupid, not the hardware!
This is why we rush to buy faster iPhones with bigger screen. This is why the iPad is so obvious. They better express the software running in them.
This is why running an app on the iPad takes the whole screen. The device disappears and becomes the app itself.
Love this. I might get one myself.
Burglars break into Microsoft campus, steal iPads, but ‘no Microsoft products were reported stolen’ (via 9to5 Mac)
Story of our time.
Seems that Microsoft isn’t always eating is own dog food anymore…
This time its Fujitsu.
But it’s also Acer. And Asus.
Demand for Windows 8 is weak obviously! Here is why. The market for traditional PC is contracting pretty fast because of tablets sales. Businesses are still running Windows XP in mass and aren’t is a rush to upgrade as they ponder a bigger use of tablets like the iPad instead of less proven mobile OS platforms. Windows 8 value isn’t high enough to entice users to upgrade in drove like Windows 7 was compared to Windows Vista.