12/19/2011, If you’ve been holding out from getting an Android tablet for the past couple of years because you’re looking for a “Nexus”-style tablet to make an appearance, you might not have to wait too long now. According to reports online, Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, was said to have told an Italian Newspaper that Google has plans to sell a a tablet “in the next six months” that would be […]
12/19/2011, The Fusion Garage Grid10 tablet was announced a few months ago and scheduled to ship out a couple of months after that. But we’re reaching the end of the year and according to reports online, it looks like quite a number of customers who have ordered the Grid10 have yet to receive them. Now Fusion Garage seems to have stopped all communications on Twitter and Facebook. Even the PR agency […]
12/19/2011, If you’re planning to pick up a Tegra 3-powered tablet (i.e. the ASUS Transformer Prime) in the future, Splashtop Remote Desktop HD is an app you might want to pick up. Splashtop Inc. announced today that its desktop cross-device computing software, Splashtop Remote Desktop HD, has been optimized for NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor and is capable of delivering 60+ frames per second andsub-40 millisecond latency. While this doesn’t mean that […]
12/16/2011, If you own the Sony Tablet S and you were looking to get your game on, the good news is that Sony has rolled out an update for the PlayStation-certified tablet that will allow users to connect their existing PlayStation 3 controllers to the tablet to play games. The update will also come with a free download of an Ape Escape-themed mini-game collection.
12/15/2011, The folks over at Shenzen, China, have come up with a tablet that has a particularly generous viewing real estate to keep up with the times – we are talking about 9.7″ of viewing goodness here, crammed into a model that is simply called the N19+. This particular model is manufactured by the Shenzhen-based Aocos, sporting an exterior that will certainly not look out of place when it is positioned […]
12/13/2011, Remember back in June when Huawei unveiled its brand new Android tablet – the MediaPad? While the tablet has since been made available in Asia, it looks like it’s going to be reaching our stores pretty soon. The MediaPad was recently spotted at the FCC, this time sporting the GSM and WCDMA bands used by AT&T. The tablet was previously spotted at the FCC as well, but carrying the radios […]
12/13/2011, If you’ve always thought that your BlackBerry PlayBook didn’t have enough memory, fret not – a solution is here. Remember the Dingleberry rooting method? Well, some folks have discovered some interesting new uses for their BlackBerry tablet. First off we had the ability to install the Android Market and run Android apps, now someone managed to figure out how to enable USB host access on the BlackBerry PlayBook.
12/13/2011, SKYTEX Technology has just announced the launch of its upcoming Android tablet – the SKYPAD Alpha 2. Arriving in time for Christmas, the SKYPAD Alpha 2 features a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU paired with a Mali-400 graphics processor, a 7″ 800 x 480 capacitive display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread (Ice Cream Sandwich promised for early 2012), HDMI […]
12/12/2011, This complete review of the Galaxy Tab 8.9 goes over strengths, weaknesses and compares it with the Tab 10.1 inches and other tablets.
12/12/2011, Good news for NOOK Color owners – today, Barnes & Noble has announced a massive update for the Android tablet. The update brings the tablet up to version 1.4.1, and introduces over 100 feature enhancements such as access to top video and music services, more popular apps, NOOK Comics, an enhanced shop experience, a redesigned NOOK Store, and improvements to the book reading experience (read in portrait/landscape with more font […]
12/11/2011, The webOS platform has now joined Google’s Android from one aspect – it is now an open source piece of software, according to HP’s recent announcement, and having said that, HP will continue to exhibit a strong interest in this mobile platform despite hedging their bets with Windows 8 tablets in the short term. While HP did make their stand in not churning out new webOS-powered smartphones down the road, […]
12/09/2011, Coby Electronics has made known its plans to be among the first few companies to release Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablets onto the market next year. Today the company announced not one – but five brand new tablets that will enter the market in the first quarter of 2012 and yes, all of them will be running Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The five tablets will all feature the same specs […]
12/09/2011, It’s been awhile since we’ve reported about the Adam, but it looks like Notion Ink has been keeping busy with developing the next version of Android for its tablet. Earlier this week there was a screenshot showing Ice Cream Sandwich running on the tablet, and now they’ve released a video showing it in action. It’s still an early build, so there problems like screen flashes and a lot of green, […]
12/09/2011, While RIM hasn’t formally announced any plans to release a brand new BlackBerry PlayBook yet, it looks like they might have one in the pipeline. The folks over at n4bb.com got their hands on the PlayBook OS 2.0 beta recently, did some digging, and uncovered some interesting tidbits. Apparently hidden in the OS are a bunch of icons showing 4G and 4G LTE connectivity. While this isn’t concrete proof of […]