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Will the HP Tablet Knock Out All Other Tablets?

HP Europe’s Eric Cador says “In the PC world, with fewer ways of differentiating HP’s products from our competitors, we became number one,”… “In the tablet world we’re going to become better than number one. We call it number one plus.”
He is talking about the Hp tablet that has an amazing Web OS operating system, he believes that HP is going to dominate in the tablet world just like it does in the PC market now. Apple is dominating in the tablets market now, but the Android tablets are not far behind. The only difference is that Android users do not have the huge variation of apps like iPad users do.

Galaxy S II Vs. HTC Sensation

This comparison is not a typical competition between Apple and Droid, but a Droid verses Droid battle. The HTC Sensations biggest competitor is the Galaxy S II.

When it comes to Hardware the Sensation is at a slight disadvantage. Galaxy S II pairs its 1.2GHz dual-core with 1GB of RAM, the HTC Sensation uses just 768MB. The Galaxy device has 16GB of memory packed in, while HTC makes due with just 1GB. There’s an 8GB microSD card in there, but you can add a bunch more memory to the GSII the same way if you want. So that is one win for the Galaxy with more room for storage. Relying on external storage makes the HTC run slower than the Galaxy.

Mac Calendar Apps Face-Off

Let’s compare two calendar apps that do similarly the same thing. Fantastical is a fresh new app while Today has functions that have been around for the last few years. Both of the apps do the same tasks, but differently.
Fantastical is in your Mac’s menu bar and features a small window that can be invoked with a click or a custom key combination. It accepts natural language and supports iCal, Google, Yahoo! and Outlook calendars and offers some animations. Color-coding allows for informative, at a glance review …