Tablet Computers

Google Currents

December 9, 2011
Google Currents

Google Currents is an implicit acknowledgement at just how far and how fast tablets have changed the manner in which we consume information and a direct competitor to Flipbook. Google’s Currents app gives it an anchor in the soon-to-be-booming tablet ad business. Found at YouTube from Google.

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TapSense: Touch Screen Innovation

November 21, 2011
TapSense: Touch Screen Innovation

TapSense is an evolution of touch screen technology that distinguish between the tap of a fingertip, finger pad, fingernail, and knuckle.

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Amazon Kindle Fire Press Conference

October 1, 2011
Amazon Kindle Fire Press Conference

Amazon announces 4 new members of the Kindle family: 3 all-new Kindle e-readers & the Kindle Fire—a new class of Kindle for movies, music, apps, games, reading.

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How Amazon’s Cloud-Accelerated Silk Browser Works

September 28, 2011
How Amazon's Cloud-Accelerated Silk Browser Works

The web browser on Kindle Fire accelerates the power of the mobile device hardware by using the computing speed and power of the Amazon Web Services Cloud.

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How Amazon’s Kindle Fire Tablet Can Compete With The iPad

September 28, 2011
How Amazon’s Kindle Fire Tablet Can Compete With The iPad

Tunheim’s Director of e-Strategy, David Erickson, discusses how Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet can compete compete not only with the Nook but with Apple’s iPad and Android tablets.

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Vimeo’s Couch Mode

August 17, 2011
Vimeo's Couch Mode

Vimeo web developer Ryan Hefner explains the new Couch Mode functionality which allows full screen experience on connected TVs and tablets, including the iPad and Android devices.

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iPad & Investigative Journalism

July 29, 2011
iPad & Investigative Journalism

David Fanning, award-winning producer of the investigate documentary series Frontline, speculates on the Apple iPad’s potential as a platform for the series.

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Charting The Rise Of Tablets

July 6, 2011
Charting The Rise Of Tablets

In the last six months, the number of adults with eReaders has doubled to 12% of the population, but only 8% owns a tablet and tablet growth is slowing, according to the latest research from Pew.

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