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iPhone 8 models reportedly will have 5-inch and 5.8-inch curved, bezel-free designs

Barclays Research claims the iPhone 8 will be released in 5-inch and 5.8-inch editions, and both will have curved, bezel-free designs.
avatarby John Callaham5 days ago0 comments

How to control your iPad screen and display settings

One of the most important aspects of any mobile device is the display, and your iPad screen is no exception. Beyond the physical capabilities of a screen, taking control of the various settings can make a world of difference to your device usage. In order to maintain your sanity, let’s take a look at controlling display settings, like brightness and timeout, on your Apple iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3. Control display brightness First off, let’s tackle display brightness. The very first time you turned on your iPad Air or iPad Mini you may have noticed that the tablet defaulted to automatically adjusting the display brightness. Automatic display [...]
avatarby Jonathan FeistMarch 26, 20151 comments

Samsung chief vows to bring foldable screens to devices by 2016

According to SammyMobile, Vice Chairman and CEO, Oh-Hyun Kwon, ran the rule over its roadmap at the Samsung Analyst Day in Korea on Wednesday and highlighted that ‘curved’ – like the one featuring on the Galaxy Round – and ‘bended’ screens will come to market over the next year. Fold-able displays are then expected to arrive in 2016 through to 2017. Of course, innovation like this doesn’t come without obstacles and this is something Samsung has even recognized. The firm said at the event that there were numerous “technical challenges”, which presumably could entail also trying to make foldable processors and [...]
avatarby Tab TimesNovember 6, 20130 comments

Fox News reporters use giant touchscreen tablets in newsroom (video)

In a video, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith showed off the network's new setup which includes Windows 8 workstations with 55-inch touchscreen monitors. So instead of the classic newsroom scene of reporters hunched over their desktop PCs, the video shows Fox journalists swiping through different sites and apps on the giant displays.  "We call these BATs," said Smith. "Big area touchscreens." (Tablets in Media & Marketing will be one of the key sessions at the upcoming TabletBiz conference & expo, an exclusive one-day event in New York on November 13, 2013).
avatarby Tab TimesOctober 7, 20130 comments

Intel says strike up the tablet band (video)

Intel called on Sydney, Australia-based agency The Monkeys and production company Finch to create "Intelligent Sounds," a music-and-lights spectacle in which robots and an army of 60 Intel-powered tablets perform an original track created specifically for the campaign. The tablets perform a variety of roles, acting as controllers, displays and even the "conductor." Each "member" of the band was programmed to play on command when it was struck by a robot arm. "It is commonplace to have tablets play your music, but it's rare to have tablets create them," said Jayan Murty, Intel's director of brand strategy and integrated [...]
avatarby Tab TimesSeptember 28, 20130 comments

Opera launches iPad-friendly ‘Coast’ Web browser

Opera says that "every design element in Coast has been carefully crafted for iPad. It’s not just a mobile interface scaled up to fit a touchscreen." The browser is primarily gesture-based. There is no title bar, and the address and search fields are normally hidden from view. They can be see them with a simple downward swipe.  A small "home" button that returns the user to a desktop Safari-like grid of your most visited websites and a "most recent" button that displays the user's recent browsing history are the only persistent interface elements. Navigating backward and forward is done by swiping in the appropriate [...]
avatarby Tab TimesSeptember 9, 20130 comments

YouTube for Android redesign features multitasking, cards interface

The updated version of the Android app shows a faster, more fluid version of YouTube that displays videos in the rectangular cards that have become a staple of Google's newer services.   YouTube said the Android app will be rolling out "soon," which must be true since some users have already reporting being able to download the update from Google Play. Built for browsing, the redesigned app lets you drag a video down with one finger while it's playing and it will continue to play in a smaller window in the corner of the screen. While it plays, you can continue to search for videos and add them to your queue. Source article
avatarby Tab TimesAugust 19, 20130 comments
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