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Hannspree’s Hannspad Tablet Runs Android 2.2 with Custom UI

11/18/2010, Hannspree is almost ready to release its Hannspad tablet, which the company says it is working on the final tweaks before production. The 10.1-inch Android 2.2 tablet runs Froyo and potentially has the ability to play Adobe Flash 10.1 videos. The neat...

Flash the Culprit of High Toshiba Folio 100 Return Rates?

11/15/2010, While Toshiba had only recently released the Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile plugin for its Android tablet, the Toshiba Folio 100, problems with the plugin may be the source of the high return rates that is plaguing the Android tablet. In Europe, where the Folio...

U.S. Cellular Announces Galaxy Tab Pricing and Data Plan Options

11/15/2010, After having announced that it will join the big four national carriers in the U.S. to offer Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Android tablet, U.S. Cellular has finally revealed pricing and plan information for the tablet device. The tablet will retail for $399...

T-Mobile prices Samsung Galaxy Tab officially

11/09/2010, T-Mobile has finally gotten off their rear end and announced the official Galaxy Tab pricing, confirming previous rumors somewhat in the process. From tomorrow onwards, you can always amble into a T-Mobile store and bring home the Galaxy Tab for $399 on a...

Adobe Flash Support for Toshiba Folio 100 Coming Wednesday

11/08/2010, The Android-powered Toshiba Folio 100 will be getting its dose of Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile support come this Wednesday, November 10th. Although the retail packaging for the device makes mention of Flash, Toshiba didn’t include Adobe Flash support out...

Archos 101 Android Tablet Dissected

11/07/2010, Folks in the US might not be able to get hold of the Archos 101 Android-powered tablet just yet, but the folks over in Europe are and one French user has decided to put it under the knife and dissect it, showing us the juicy internals. The reason for the...

Samsung Hints at Galaxy Tabs With Different Screen Sizes in 2011

11/04/2010, Samsung mobile head JK Shin said that Samsung will introduce more tablets in various sizes in 2011. Shin says that “Samsung is also preparing to introduce various models to cement our position as a market leader in the tablet market” and...

Nextbook Next2 Is A Budget Android Tablet

10/28/2010, Tablet devices seem to be increasingly common and cheap, not that we’re complaining. Hot on the heels of the Nook Color announcement, E FUN has introduced the Nextbook Next2 tablet, an Android-powered eBook reader that sports a 7-inch TFT 800 x 480...

U.S. Cellular Also Offering Samsung Galaxy Tab

10/28/2010, In addition to making its Android tablet available on all four national carriers in the U.S., Korean manufacturer Samsung has scored U.S. Cellular in making the Galaxy Tab available to as wide an audience as possible. U.S. Cellular has been making waves...