Apple just announced that it will hold its iPhone 6s event on Wednesday, September 9. The event will be held at 10 a.m. Pacific at the Bill graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The news confirms earlier rumors that pegged the same date, and it’s where we are expecting Apple to unveil the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 6s Plus and perhaps even a new Apple TV unit.
NVIDIA on Friday announced that it’s issuing a voluntary recall of the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet, arguably one of the best Android tablets on the market. It’s voluntary so, in other words, the government or some other watchdog group didn’t ask it to do so, it decided to pull the tablet on its own. But why?
Apple’s iPad software is taking a huge step forward with multitasking, which the company just announced as a feature of iOS 9. This isn’t a feature new to tablets—we’ve seen in over on Samsung devices, and also from Microsoft. But, finally, Apple is giving iPad users the ability to run multiple apps on the same screen.
ASUS just took the stage during its 2015 Consumer Electronics Show press conference where CEO Johnny Shih made several product announcements. Those products include the new Transformer Book Chi family of Windows tablet convertibles. The family is composed of the T100 Chi, the T300 Chi and the T90 Chi.
After all the unwrapping is done this Christmas morning you probably have new phones, tablets, ereaders and streaming devices to fill up with content. Amazon is here to help you do it as cheaply as possible.
Amazon has launched a Digital Deal of the Day sale that sees hundreds of movies marked down significantly if you want to pick them up digitally. And if you’re worried about it being some b-movie you’ve never heard of, don’t fret because there are a ton of great movies and new releases included.
NVIDIA has been moving quickly to get the latest Android software out to its NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. That started with the early roll-out of Android 5.0 Lollipop, followed by an upgrade that brought the company’s own software up to a par with Material Design, and now it’s rolling out Android 5.0.1 Lollipop.
It’s been less than two months since Android 5.0 made its public debut, and already Google is rolling out its second patch. An Android 5.0.2 factory image has just been made available for the 2012 Nexus 7, fixing a number of issues that have been plaguing users since Lollipop first arrived.
The new release comes with the “LRX22G” build number, and it replaces the Android 5.0.1 patch for the 2012 Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi). It includes both the changes made in that release, as well as some other welcome bug fixes.