Master your new Tesco Hudl tablet with Hudl for Beginners
Whether you’re a new Android user, or just picked up one of the fantastic Tesco Hudl tablets, a new book is out that’s perfect for you.
Packed with simple guides and step-by-step tutorials, Hudl for Beginners is the perfect resource for all Hudl owners. From setting up your device and using Wi-Fi to transferring files and downloading apps, Hudl for Beginners will help you get the most from your tablet. With guides on using all the Tesco apps and customising your device, this is the ideal tool for users of all ages.
Hudl for Beginners is available for £1.99 directly from the Google Play store.
In its 4th year, Apps World is now the leading global event in the app development industry.
New developments in technology are slowly changing how we interact with the apps stored on our smartphones and tablets and with the likes of Google Glass emerging, the future of apps is indeed going in a completely different direction. To celebrate the continued changes in the industry, Apps World looks to bring together 250 speakers and 8,000+ attendees from all over world during the 22nd and 23rd of October. For avid developers, Apps World includes keynotes from some of the most entrepreneurial people in the smartphone industry; this year alone will see Apple Co-founder, Steve Wozniak and the Executive Director of the App Quality Alliance, Martin Wrigley, take to the stage.
Alongside a range of speakers, there are also dedicated places for specialised app development. For Android fans this comes in the shape of Droid World, a conference to discuss the best Android development practices through looking at the latest APIs you need be aware of the in the latest OS update and learn the secrets of what truly makes a successful Android app. Whether you’re a dedicated fan of the Android platform, or a wannabe developer, Apps World is an event worth checking out.
Samsung are expanding compatibility with the Galaxy Gear to a host of devices.
The Galaxy Gear’s lukewarm reception hasn’t stopped the Korean manufacturer adding further device compatibility for the smartwatch. The following devices are now compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Gear:Galaxy S3 Galaxy S4 Note 2 Galaxy S4 Mini Galaxy S4 Zoom Mega 5.8 Mega 6.3
Samsung will be rolling out the updated firmware country by country in due course.
The Tesco Hudl and Argos MyTablet are the latest cheap Android tablets to hit the market. With good specs on paper and an affordable price tag, are they worth picking up this Christmas? Find out in our head to head review.
Two of the biggest names on the UK high street have introduced their own budget 7″ Android tablets. The Tesco Hudl and the Argos MyTablet, at just £119 and £99 respectively, are priced firmly in impulse buy territory will be going head-to-head for a place in the nation’s shopping baskets this Christmas. But which is the best, and are either of them good enough to compete with the more established names like Google and Amazon?
We go hands-on with both to find out.
Do your bit for charity and donate to The Humble Bundle.
The Humble Bundle consists of 4 DRM-free games, available for users to enjoy on their Android devices. Due to the fact it’s for charity, users can choose to pay whatever they want for the games, with those who pay more than the average donation receiving two extra games free of charge.
The current bundle is available until October 29th.Humble Bundle 7 games: Anodyne Incredipede Greed Corp Ticket to Ride Worm’s Reloaded (for users who pay more than average donation) The Bard’s Tale (for users who pay more than average donation)
Via: The Humble Bundle
The Argos MyTablet is a budget tablet with its eye on festive shoppers.
Following the launch of Tesco’s Hudl tablet, the next high street shop to get in on the tablet scene is Argos. The company’s MyTablet looks to undercut the Hudl by £30, but compensating on certain areas of specifications.Argos MyTablet specifications: 7″ screen 1024×600 display 1.6GHz dual-core processor 8GB internal storage, expandable by microSD Micro USB and HDMI ports Android 4.2.2 Available in pink and silver
The Argos MyTablet will be available in-store from Wednesday for £99.