Tesco working on Android smartphone and Hudl successor

Last year we saw the UK grocery superstore make their mark in the Android world of tablets in the form of the Hudl. The Hudl is a budget Android tablet and has been received well in the market. Released in September 2013, Tesco have already sold half a million devices. With the success of the Hudl, Tesco are now looking to make their way into the smartphone arena with their very own Android powered smartphone. While the Hudl is a low end tablet, Tesco’s smartphone will compete with handsets ... Continue Reading →

Google announce 7 inch Nexus tablet

There were rumors that Google would be launching their own branded tablet and Google have now officially announced their first tablet. It will also be the first Android tablet to run Android Jellybean, aka Android 4.1 which was also announced by Google today. The Nexus 7 tablet features a 7 inch display with a 1280×800 resolution, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad core processor and comes with the usual connectivity options, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. The tablet has been made by ASUS for Google ... Continue Reading →

Adobe Photoshop Touch launched for Android 3.1 Tablets

Adobe have unveiled a Photoshop application that gives you “core Photoshop features”. Photoshop Touch is available on the Android Market for tablets exclusively. Your Android Tablet however, will need to be running Android 3.1 or above, which cuts some tablets out such as HTC’s 7 inch Flyer which comes with Android 2.3. Camera Fill filter is an exclusive feature for Photoshop Touch, which lets you use the tablet’s camera to fill in a selected area of a picture. You will also ... Continue Reading →