Tablet News Roundup: Advertising Studies, Top Styli, and Apple’s Woes
iPad Readers Spend (A Lot)
If you’re shopping from a mobile device, chances are that you’re using an iPad. A study by RichRelevance has shown that 4.6% of all digital retail revenue is coming from mobile shopping. And 90% of that traffic is from iPad users. (Appolocious Advisor)
Apple Fights to Defend Its Brand
Last week we learned that “iPad” is almost always what people call tablets – even if they’re not tied to Apple. This week, Apple Insider looks at how the brand has defended itself when it has run into similar branding problems in the past. (Apple Insider)
Would You Star in a Feelie?
Movies optimized for the typical tablet browsing (touch-enhanced) experience are coming – and sooner than you think. (Forbes)
6 Million Minis by September?
The iPad3 hasn’t become available in every country yet, but that hasn’t stopped the Apple rumor mill. The latest gossip says that we’ll have 6 million mini-iPads available by September. (TabTimes)
Tablets are Becoming More Popular for Television Viewing
A recent report from Viacom is pointing at tablets becoming more popular for viewing television shows. In fact, they’re coming in second to TVs. (PR Newser)
Is 3D Next for Tablets?
MasterImage 3D has been showing off a prototype Android tablet that features the company’s proprietary 3D display technology. Maybe Apple doesn’t quite have the stranglehold on the tablet market that people thought. (TabTimes)
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