Windows RT, the lighter ARM version of Windows 8, will not be receiving the free Windows 10 update. In fact, it will only be getting and upgrade that provides some of the functionality of Windows 10. Which is not entirely a problem as the operating system was never popular to begin with.
HP has unveiled three new products under its Pro Slate and Elite family. The Pro Slate tablets come in a 7.9-inch and a 12.3-inch variant, both of which are aimed at enterprise and business professionals. The Elite convertible laptop features an 11.6-inch screen size and runs Windows 8.
Remember when Apple was granted patent for some sort of stylus? Well, it looks like it could be on 12.9” ‘iPad Pro’ that has been brewing in the rumour mill for quite some time now. According to Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, a very well known serial leaker of to-be-released Apple products, the iPad Pro will be launched in the second quarter of 2015, along with a stylus.
Xiaomi appears to be moving towards the software market as it has announced plans to acquire a 3-percent stake in Kingsoft for HK$527 million (RM242 million). It appears that the fastest growing smartphone manufacturer is continuing to diversify its product portfolio. Whether it intends to integrate more software options into its products is still a matter of debate.
It’s been months since Xiaomi first took the curtains off its MIUI 6 based on Android KitKat, so when will we finally get to use it on our Xiaomi devices? The Chinese company shares more on its MIUI 6, along with its Android Lollipop plans, and it looks like things are already in progress and you wouldn’t have to wait too long for it.
Jide Technology, a company founded by three ex-Googlers, will be introducing a tablet that appears to merge the best parts of Microsoft and Android; into a form that mimics the Surface Pro. Called the Jide Remix, it also runs a customised version of Android 4.4.2 that resembles Windows 8.
The Nokia N1 has already went on sale in China just as the rumour suggested, and in just four minutes and two seconds 20,000 units were sold, clearing out the company’s inventory. Even after selling its devices division to Microsoft, Nokia seems to be still going strong in the mobile market with this new tablet.