11/22/2011, Looking to treat yourself or a loved one to a new tablet come for Christmas? Well it seems like ViewSonic Germany has revealed that the ViewSonic ViewPad 7x will be available come early December in time for the Christmas holiday.
11/21/2011, Interested in running Android on your computer? Well, short of buying FXI’s Cotton Candy, it seems that an open source project called Android-x86 is currently working on a means to get Android up and running on your laptop or PC. It seems that so far so good, as the developers behind the project have successfully managed to load up Android Honeycomb 3.2 on various netbooks and laptops.
11/18/2011, So T-Mobile has the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and not wanting to feel left out, it seems that AT&T may be getting the tablet as well. A recent FCC filing has revealed that the tablet gained their stamp of approval and it appears to support AT&T’s HSPA+ connectivity.
11/18/2011, A few days ago we reported that Lenovo had plans to launch a 10.1” NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core tablet (dubbed the Lenovo LePad K2) and its specifications were a bit of a mystery back then, but thanks to a recent benchmark test that Lenovo conducted on GL Benchmarks, more details surrounding the device has surfaced.
11/16/2011, We know that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been banned in Germany. This is due to Apple successfully winning an injunction against Samsung, but it looks like the tablet is back with a slight change in name and a slight change in design, in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N, and in terms of design, well you can pretty much see for yourselves in the photo above.
11/16/2011, Sharp had originally announced three Galapagos tablets. They were meant to give Apple’s iPad and the other Android tablets in the market a run for their money (isn’t that always the case?), but unfortunately Sharp cancelled two of those three tablets, leaving us to wonder about the fate about the last one. The good news is that the last 7” Galapagos tablet has surfaced, along with Sharps announcement that they […]
11/14/2011, It seems like an update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been pushed out prematurely. Quite a number of folks who received the update discovered some problems with the update: while the update brings the tablet to Android 3.2 Honeycomb, it breaks the tablet’s WiFi capability – which is a huge deal for a WiFi-only device. However, some folks have found a workaround to this problem by connecting via […]
11/14/2011, Looking forward to getting your hands on the new Motorola Xooms? Well according to PocketNow, it looks like Motorola will be taking a page out of Samsung’s naming schemes and will rebrand the Xoom 2 and Xoom 2 Media Edition on Verizon’s network as the Droid Xyboard 10.1 and the Droid Xyboard 8.2 respectively. We’re not sure why Verizon has decided to go with the rebranding, but it seems that […]
11/08/2011, After weeks of rumors, the Asus has finally revealed the full specifications of the Asus Transformer Prime, which should be the most powerful tablet in the world when it launches next month. When you’ll go over the specs, you may be surprised (or at least impressed) by the amount of firepower that ASUS is bringing into the Asus Transformer Prime and ultimately you will probably like the price, at least […]
11/08/2011, If you’re keen on putting Android on your HP TouchPad, you won’t be limited to using only CyanogenMod. A team named Team Xron has put together a new Android custom ROM for the tablet, using a modified version of CyanogenMod. This version of Android from Team Xron features more elements from the original Android Honeycomb as opposed to CyanogenMod.
11/01/2011, With the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 headed towards T-Mobile, it looks like AT&T wants in on the fun as well and will be stepping it up with an LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, or so a recent FCC filing seems to indicate. However apart from the 4G LTE connectivity, the device appears to be largely the same as its other variants. What this means is that users […]
10/28/2011, It took its own sweet time, but it’s finally here. Through a post on the official Google TV blog today, Google has announced that the Google TV Honeycomb update is finally here. Those days of staring at countless screenshots and checking out all the YouTube videos for footage of the update can finally come to an end. The long-awaited update for Google TV brings Android 3.1 Honeycomb to the set […]
10/28/2011, The Logitech Revue is not really a “must have” device, but it still would be nice to see it sitting in the middle of the living room – especially after the recent price cut that say it dip below the $100 mark. Well, Logitech did promise to roll out the Android 3.x Honeycomb update in due time, but it seems that your patience (which is fast wearing thin) is going […]
10/24/2011, Last week the upcoming Google TV update was leaked in the form of a whole gallery of screenshots, and not long after that, some video footage of it surfaced as well. A guy named Chris H managed to get a leaked version of Google TV Honeycomb running on his Logitech Revue and posted a 13-minute video about it online. In the video demonstration, Chris shows off a whole plethora of […]