AT&T adds Lenovo Ideatab A2107 to its tablet series, Lenovo Ideatab A2107 has 16 GB memory, with Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, Nvidia Tegra 3.1.2GHz quad-core processor, internal role cage (it helps from all the shocks during a drop), 9 inch screen, dual speakers, front and back camera and etc.,
The price is $199.99, it is available without contract for users who would’nt need a broadband, and other users can either get a new plan or add it up with an already existing AT&T Mobile Share Plan for$10 extra per month. They also provide an offer of $100 for users take a contract for two years.
Metro IE 10 Browser of Windows 8 is going to use HTML 5 instead of Flash which leads the consumer experience browsing in Metro Style UI ie., plug-in free experience. Metro is named for its custom interface and touch layer built with Windows 8 for tablet devices. They also still support Flash and plugins through regular desktop version of IE 10 where users can still experience ActiveX controls, pen and touch input, etc.,
But 97,00o sites ie., 62 % of sites using Adobe Flash have already started changing to HTML 5. Adobe also started to support for HTML 5 video in its upcoming version, it has demonstrated its EDGE HTML 5 app an alternative to existing technology
Samsung finally announced that Galaxy S II will be launched in US by mid of the month September. The phones would be available through network carriers like AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile with 4G HSPA+ 21 Mbps (on AT&T and T-Mobile networks) and 4G WiMax (on Sprint) networks on release version mobiles.
The S II model released by AT&T would be of 8.9 mm in thickness with 4.3 inches screen size, whereas T-Mobile and Sprint would have its S II model with 9.5mm and 9.7 mm in thickness respectively. And with same screen size of 4.52 inches. All models will have 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, TouchWiz Interface, Stream HD video, Wi-Fi Direct, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB of external memory storage expandable upto 32 GB, and 8 MP camera.