SOLVED: Why Can’t I Install Programs On My Tablet Running Windows 10

Devices with less than 8″ of screen will have their desktop restricted to a “Apps” that are downloadable from the Store: …Taking to Twitter to clarify media queries, Belfiore explained that any device with an integrated display of 8″ or larger diagonal size will be treated as a ‘desktop’ device with access to the Desktop user interface and full support for all legacy Win32 applications. Anything smaller than 8″, however, will be locked away from…

BlackBerry Android Player Lets Playbook Tablet Run Android Apps

“…The company said that the player could help encourage more native app development on the PlayBook. There are currently 10,000 apps in the BlackBerry App World, including the Android apps, making it smaller than even the fledgling Windows Phone platform, which has 65,000 apps in its store. …A lot of developers are looking at adding their apps to the PlayBook Android player as an “on ramp” to the PlayBook, said Martyn Mallick, vice president of…

Apple iPad Has Drastic Loss of Market Share

“…Do I have your attention yet? Apple fans needn’t worry, iPad has considerable lead over Android tablets. iPad global market share, as measured by mobile operating system, fell to 57.6 percent in fourth quarter from 68.2 percent a year earlier, according to Strategy Analytics. Meanwhile, Android tablets rose to 39.1 percent from 29 percent. Something else: Windows climbed from zero to 1.5 percent, and that’s without tablet-optimized Windows 8. Despite popular convention that people only…

$199 Amazons ‘Kindle Fire’ Android Tablet Is Released But NOT To Canadians, Brits, Germans, French…

…But Canadians hoping to get their hands on Amazon’s hotly anticipated Android tablet will have to keep waiting. The device will launch November 15th in the United States — and the U.S. alone.  …International availability was not discussed… …The device looks strikingly similar to another 7-inch tablet, Research In Motion Ltd.’s BlackBerry PlayBook. And that may not be a coincidence, either. Former Engadget editor and gdgt founder Ryan Block claims the Kindle Fire was designed…

$199 Tablet: Lenovo Is the First Tier 1 Manufacturer to Produce a Sub $200 Tablet

“Lenovo announced a new US$199 (that’s about $194 in Canadian dollars) IdeaPad tablet with a 7-inch screen and Google’s Android OS in response to the surge in demand for inexpensive tablets, the company said on Thursday. The IdeaPad A1 tablet weighs around 400 grams (0.88 pounds) and is under 0.5 inches (1.27 centimeters) thick, and will become available in specific starting around the end of September, said Nick Reynolds, executive director of global marketing at…

Wii 2 / II / U – The New 2011 / 2012 Wii Replacement From Nintendo

The Wii U hardware spec: The Wii U CPU will be a custom IBM POWER6 chip The Wii U will have a custom souped-up Radeon 4000-series R770 GPU with 1GB of RAM The Wii U console will come with internal Flash memory, confirming rumors that it will not ship with an internal hard drive. To Avoid Paying Licensing Fees to Sony, the Wii U will not support DVD or Blu-ray playback The Will U will support…

VIDEO: Windows 8 User Interface by Microsoft

This Windows 8 video previews / leaks the personalized tiles START screen, thumbs touch / thumbs type ergonmic keyboard At June 1, 2011 — in the D9 Conference, Microsoft demonstrated the next generation of Windows, internally code-named “Windows 8,” for the first time. A Windows 8-based PC is really a new kind of device, one that scales from touch-only small screens through to large screens, with or without a keyboard and mouse.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSJqpxp2QSA The…

Are Apple Tablets Really Killing Netbooks?

Lets start with the word NO… By:  Jeff Bertolucci “… ABI Research says the netbook market will not be “gravely injured” by the iPad and similar tablets, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab and Research In Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook. “This is a rumor perpetuated by Apple fanatics,” wrote ABI Research mobile device analyst Jeff Orr in an e-mail to PCWorld. Orr points out that annual netbook shipments continue to grow, and that the top isn’t in…