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Light, thin and featuring a very robust battery life, Tablets have risen to be a great supplemental computer for some, and a main computer for others. It is also a good way to keep occupied and a great replacement to bring a library of books, songs and videos around.

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VooMote Zapper starts to ship

12/07/2011, Zero1.tv is a name that is synonymous with offering user interfaces for home entertainment solutions, and today they have announced that consumers who want to lighten the load on their pockets that are positively bulging with cash will be able to do so by...

Android tablet has iOS-like user interface

12/07/2011, Now this is certainly an interesting amalgamation – an Android-powered device that has a user interface that is somewhat similar to that of the iOS from Apple. Some people might call it an abomination or travesty, what do you think? I figured that...

BlackBerry PlayBook rooted by Dingleberry again

12/07/2011, Earlier today we reported that RIM released an update for the BlackBerry PlayBook that closed up the exploit used by the Dingleberry root method, which meant that users weren’t able to root their tablets once they updated. It was reported that the...

Dell Latitute ST hits the FCC

12/07/2011, I know, Dell has already discontinued most of their Streak tablet devices that do run on the Android operating system, and it seems as though the computing giant is still keeping the faith with Windows 7 – strange choice, actually. After all, how...

LG Optimus Pad LTE spotted in Korea

12/07/2011, LG hasn’t really made any waves in the US with its Android tablet, the Optimus Pad, but it looks like it’s been doing well enough in Korea to warrant a sequel. Some folks have spotted a new tablet from LG called the Optimus Pad LTE which is...

Ice Cream Sandwich port to Kindle Fire is a work in progress

12/07/2011, Amazon’s Kindle Fire received the CyanogenMod 7 ROM not too long ago, but if CM7 isn’t your thing or if you were more interested in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the good news is that a developer on the XDA forums is currently working on porting Ice...

Samsung Galaxy Note with AT&T radios gain FCC approval

12/07/2011, Back in September, the Samsung Galaxy Note was spotted at the FCC, and for those who have been meaning to get their hands on it, the good news is that the phone/tablet hybrid has recently gotten its stamp of approval from the FCC which means that it is...

Microsoft “beaming” file transfers to make a comeback?

12/07/2011, Back in 2006, if you had a Zune 30 portable media player, you would probably remember the “squirting” feature which let you share tracks with your friends as long as you were connected to WiFi and within 30 feet of each other. Well, it looks...

iPad to be renamed in China?

12/07/2011, The world’s hottest selling tablet, the Apple iPad might have to be sold under a different name in China. According to reports online, Apple has lost a trademark dispute in China over the iOS tablet’s name and will have to pay up a hefty fine...

BlackBerry PlayBook update disables dingleberry root

12/07/2011, Remember the BlackBerry PlayBook root method that was discovered last week? RIM announced that it would be investigating the exploit and releasing a patch to close the hole. Well, it seems like RIM has kept to its word and true enough – the hole which...

HP TouchPad Go spotted on eBay

12/07/2011, While you may never ever pick up a HP TouchPad Go from a retail outlet in the near future, that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to get your hands on one ever again. In case you weren’t aware, HP had originally planned to release a smaller...

ZOMM Wireless Leash Plus keeps your iPhone safe

12/06/2011, We’ve covered the ZOMM Wireless Leash in the past and now its creators have come up with a new version called the Wireless Leash Plus. In case you’re unfamiliar with the wireless leash, it’s basically a Bluetooth device that pairs up...