Tablets and the New Technological Age

February 2nd, 2011 marks the unveiling of what’s being called “the most revolutionary OS seen in the last 5 years,” Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Not only has this created a strong buzz (no pun intended) amongst the technology community, but it seems to be a big milestone to look forward to in an age where tablets will begin to dominate the market. Not only will the User Interface be completely different than what we’ve seen so far, the OS promises to revamp text selection and copy/pasting, connectivity that supports USB and bluetooth-connected keyboards, more efficient Wi-Fi searching via a new combo scan method, a collection of new, innovative apps and lots more features that are sure to set the bar high. This will push companies like Dell, Samsung and Sony Ericsson into a good position against Apple with their upcoming tablets, all of which plan to run the Android Honeycomb OS.

This only further shapes the path that the future of web design is taking. The range of devices used today to utilize web browsing is growing, where the market of smart phones and tablets continues to increasingly push strong. This needs to be taken into account with modern web designs, adjusting for efficient layout browsing and adapting to different display reolutions without compromising content or image quality. To obtain the needed solution of a single website that can adapt dynamically from desktops and laptops to mobile phones and tablets, contact Citrus Studios, where this and other necessary tools like HTML 5 and E-Commerce solutions can be implented to your website to redesign and renovate it for the future!

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