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UK laptop ban on flights to be introduced 'in the coming days'

Britain's ban on laptops and tablet computers in the cabin on flights from several Middle Eastern and North African countries will be introduced "in the coming days", a Downing Street spokesman said today.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris with 'iris recognition' launched in India at Rs 13,999

Samsung Galaxy Tab Iris with 'iris recognition' launched in India at Rs 13,999

On the specifications front, the 7-inch tablet has 1024X600 display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 200GB and a 5MP camera rear camera.

Google revolutionizes search to help mobile users

Google search on Tuesday will start factoring in how easy websites are to read on smartphones or tablet computers, underlining the changing way people surf the Internet.

Smartphones, tablets driving retail growth in Asia: report

Euromonitor data showed that the number of smartphones in the Asia Pacific is forecast to rise to nearly 700 million in 2017.

India tab market slips over 32% in Q1; growth may evade in 2014

Tablet market in India declined by over 32 percent to 0.78 million units in January-March this year as it continued to struggle to attract buyers, research firm IDC said on Tuesday.

Yahoo spotlights Hollywood with online movie magazine

Yahoo today launched an online magazine for film lovers. Yahoo Movies debuted as the pioneering Internet firm continued to shed its online search engine past in favour of a future as a venue for premier digital content and services, particularly aimed at smart phones and tablet computers.

Indian tablet market expected to remain flat in 2014: IDC

Tablet sales in India, one of the largest growth markets for the smart device, is expected to remain flat this year on account of mandatory BIS compliance and increasing demand for 'phablets', research firm IDC said.

Tablets to outsell PCs worldwide by 2015

Studies have revealed that 42percent of American adults currently own tablets and sales reflected this phenomenon.

Tablet computer sales losing steam: Survey

Tablet computers have been one of the hottest items in tech in recent years, but sizzling growth is likely to slow in the coming years, a market tracker said Tuesday.

Tablet gets exponential growth, outnumbers last year total sales in Australia

Tablet sales in Australia reportedly outnumbered total sales of last year in the first half of 2013 alone.

Women in UK own more tablet computers than men

For the first time, more tablet computers are owned by women in Britain than by men, a new study has found.

'Travellers with Net access increasingly use mobiles, tabs'

About 60 percent respondents said information they find while researching on smartphones influences their booking decision, it said.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablets with 8-inch, 10.1-inch screen announced

The company said that the tablets will be available across all the countries in the beginning of June.

Samsung new Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 to be powered by Intel

Samsung has chosen Intel's Clover Trail+ mobile chip for at least one version of its Galaxy Tab 3 10.1.

Zync Quad 10.1 tablet launched at Rs 14,990

The device also packs a 5 MP back camera with auto focus face detection, panorama snap mode, color effects.

Now vernacular e-books available on your phone

With the growth of e-readers, tablet computers and print on demand technology, ebooks seem to be a popular trend.

New app developed to prevent data abuse on web-enabled mobile phones, tablets

Researchers have developed a new application that will prevent mobile applications on web-enabled mobile phones and tablet computers to forward personal data to a third party.

Tablets to overtake notebook PCs by 2016

Tablet computers are expected to overtake notebook PCs by 2016 as consumers shift to newer devices like the Apple iPad, a survey has found.

Geek-meets-cook with gadget protectors

Cooking with iPads and other tablet computers is on the rise. But what if a slip of the saute pan leaves that $500 gadget Wi-Fried?