Archive for August, 2011

The HP TouchPad is back: for now

IN what seems a resurrection of biblical proportions, HP will resume making its TouchPad just 11 days after the tablet was killed off. View the original post

Security, durability keys in tablet choices

WHAT business needs from a tablet computer can differ markedly from what consumers need. View the original post

Samsung hits back in patent battle

Samsung will launch legal action against Apple in Australia, claiming the iPad and iPhone violate its patents. View the original post

Cloud offers silver lining to HP

HEWLETT-PACKARD’S decision to consider hiving off its PC business and to kill its TouchPad tablet has damaged its reputation. View the original post

Samsung Galaxy launch delayed

SAMSUNG has agreed to postpone the launch of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet until the last week of September. View the original post

Taken for a ride by Park Assist

Westfield Bondi Junction is supposedly having the previously carefree low-tech shopping experience revolutionised. View the original post

From iPhone to trolley in one move

The new Woolies app is a hit, with almost 200,000 downloads in the first month. View the original post

A swoop on discontinued HP TouchPads

Hewlett-Packard’s TouchPad was being sold yesterday for just $98 each at a liquidation sale. View the original post

HP tablet ‘lemon’ goes for just $98

Hewlett-Packard’s much heralded TouchPad tablet computer, which went on sale for $498 a week ago, was sold to the public yesterday for just $98. View the original post

HP TouchPad sold out in an hour

AUSTRALIA’S supply of discontinued Hewlett-Packard TouchPad tablets all but sold out within an hour of being marked down to $98. View the original post

Harvey Norman sells TouchPad at $100

Harvey Norman is selling the HP TouchPad for $98 today in a dramatic fire sale. View the original post

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