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T-Mobile SpringBoard tablet unveiled

10/12/2011, Today, T-Mobile announced the launch of a new Android tablet on its network – the T-Mobile Springboard and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. We all should know about the Tab 10.1 by now, so we’ll jump right to the SpringBoard. The T-Mobile SpringBoard...

Dell Streak 7 finally receives Honeycomb in the US

10/06/2011, Great news for all Dell Streak 7 owners out there in the US – the wait for the Honeycomb update on this side of the world is finally over! The Honeycomb update was released for the European Dell Streak 7 tablets earlier this month, and not too far away...

Google TV Honeycomb update postponed

10/06/2011, Summer is over, and yes we all know that the Google TV Honeycomb update is long overdue. So where is it? Well, it’s on its way – according to Google TV Director of Content, Donagh O’Malley who recently spoke at the Connected TV panel during...

Huawei 4G tablet spotted in the wild headed T-Mobile’s way

09/29/2011, T-Mobile subscribers, if you’re on the lookout for a new tablet that is compatible with the carrier’s 4G (HSPA+) network and will not break the bank, a Huawei tablet was recently spotted in the wild that appears to be headed towards T-Mobile’s...

Toshiba unveils Thrive 7″ Tablet

09/27/2011, Toshiba has just announced the addition of a new device to its Thrive Tablet family. Called the Thrive 7″ Tablet, it is smaller than its predecessor, the Thrive 10″ Tablet. The Toshiba Thrive 7″ Tablet will feature, like its namesake, a...

Pantech P4100 tablet revealed in NenaMark test

09/23/2011, Heads up, if you’re in the market for a brand new tablet and you’re in no particular rush, Pantech may have something for you. According to a recent NenaMark test, a Pantech tablet has been revealed, although at the moment not much is known about the...

Huawei MediaPad to be released in October

09/21/2011, Huawei’s Honeycomb tablet, the MediaPad was announced a couple of months ago in June, and was scheduled to be available worldwide by Q3 this year. Seeing how we’re reaching the end of September, it doesn’t look like it’ll be out...

ViewSonic ViewPad 7x coming to the US this October

09/16/2011, Did the ViewSonic ViewPad 7x capture your attention when it was unveiled at Computex earlier this year? If the ViewPad 7x was a tablet you wouldn’t mind getting your hands on, the good news is that if you’re living in the US, the tablet is expected to...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 up for pre-order at Best Buy

09/15/2011, While we can’t be sure if the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be making its way to the states, the next best thing would probably be the long awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. The good news is that the tablet is up for pre-order from Best Buy for $469.99 for...

Sharp Galapagos 5.5″ and 10.8″ gets the axe

09/15/2011, In the competitive and cutthroat world of tablets, while sounding cliche, only the strongest survive, and so far (regardless of platform), Apple’s iPad is the tablet to beat with many companies coming out with supposed “iPad killer” tablets. Now the...

ZiiLabs unveils Jaguar3 reference design tablet

09/15/2011, While ZiiLabs may not be that well known in the tablet market compared to other brands such as Samsung, Motorola, or Apple, they do put out some pretty nice looking reference designs that are aimed at OEMs who may want to get in on the tablet game but...

Sony shows off Honeycomb Google TV

09/09/2011, It looks like we’re going to get Honeycomb on our Google TV set-top boxes pretty soon. Over at the CEDIA event, Sony was demonstrating its Google TV hardware that has been updated with a near-release upgrade to Honeycomb. Judging by the pictures and...

Malata’s Zpad T9 is “first in China” to sport Honeycomb 3.2

09/08/2011, Android users in China will be pleased to know that a local company, Malata has put forth an Android tablet that will be running on the latest build of Honeycomb, version 3.2. Based on Google’s strict requirements for hardware manufacturers, you can...

HTC Flyer gets Honeycomb 3.2 update

09/06/2011, The HTC Flyer is a pretty decent tablet based on specs alone, more so given that this is HTC’s first Android tablet. The downside is that unfortunately the stylus which is supposed to be optimized (and part of the experience) for the Flyer was initially...