Tablets

All the latest tablet news, featuring regular updates and stories on all of the best tablets available in the UK and future releases on the Dialaphone Blog.

iPad 2 Shipping in February 2011

The iPad 2 will be shipping in the next 100 days according to sources at Taiwan-based component makers. Up to 600,000 units are said to be getting out of the door by the end of February in time for an April release.

Slate Entry: Motorola Android 3.0 Tablet Confirmed

Google’s VP of Engineering Andy Rubin had another surprise in store for punters at yesterday’s D:Dive into Mobile event and pulled out a Motorola tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. He even gave a brief demo of the future OS.

Dual Camera iPad Deal May Be Sealed

New rumours are suggesting that Apple may have signed a deal with a supplier to bring a double helping of camera hardware to the next iPad. Although the company in question are yet to confirm the reports, they’ve had dealings with Cupertino before.

‘The Daily’ iPad Newspaper Delayed Until Next Year?

Sources are claiming that The Daily, a joint digital newspaper effort by Apple and Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp may be delayed until 2011. If this turns out to be true, we may not be seeing Apple’s newest software iOS 4.3 just yet either.

Apple Bringing Five New Features to iPad 2

More details about the iPad 2 have emerged courtesy of Chinese news portal, Economy Daily News. They’ve cited five news features from industry sources which include new display technology, a video phone and an Apple first!

Acer Prepare for Tablet Battle, Shows Off New Models

In addition to the 4.8″ tablet/smartphone hybrid, Acer announced a selection of tablet computers at their New York event too. They are planning 7″ and 10.1″ models, with some running Android 3.0 and others with a Windows OS.

Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab Delayed by Samsung

A Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab has been delayed by Samsung according to American retailer, Best Buy. The store originally advertised the tablet in their November catalogue but it now looks like we’ll have to wait a little longer for it.