T-Mobile and LG Announce G-Slate 4G Honeycomb Tablet

With all the excitement surrounding tablets at CES, it’s no wonder everyone wants in on the action. T-Mobile has just announced via Twitter that it will be bringing the world its first 4G equipped Honeycomb tablet. Dubbed the G-Slate, this LG tablet will run Android 3.0 and be equipped ...

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Moto Droid Bionic Announced for Verizon

We've been hearing a lot about a few LTE Android devices for Verizon, like the HTC Thunderbolt (aka Incredible HD) and of course the Moto XOOM tablet. But Motorola apparently had another trick up its sleeve, and it's called the Droid Bionic.

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Logitech Revue Rooted!

Well, we knew it would happen sooner or later. The Logitech Revue has been rooted. I'm going to stop right there and give you a more than fair warning. This isn't for the faint of heart.

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Samsung Unveils WiFi Only Galaxy Tab, Due in Q1

Samsung has (finally) announced the WiFi only version of their popular Galaxy Tab device. It'll be available for purchase "in Q1 2011", so sometime in the next 3 months.

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Google Shows Off Android 3.0 Honeycomb; Exclusively For Tablets

Well, the video’s been made private on YouTube, but that didn’t stop Engadget from snapping it up for our viewing pleasure. On the androiddevelopers YouTube channel, Google (accidentally?) posted a full-fledged, all-out, crazy-insane video showing off it’s next version of ...

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AT&T Announces Plans to Deliver Nation’s Most Advanced Mobile Broadband Experience

As the US's only licensed iPhone dealer, AT&T has left a lot to be desired with providing their customers with the Android OS. Things are changing in 2011 for AT&T. According to their media release, they plan on releasing 20 new 4G devices by the end of the year, 12 of them being Android.

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D-Link Introduces Network Cameras With Night Viewing Capability, Increased Video Quality and Free Apps

Remote viewing of your home security camera on your phone just got easier. Thanks to D-Link, there is a new night-vision camera that unlike a traditional USB-connected webcam, my-dlink enabled cameras are complete monitoring systems with built-in CPUs and web servers that transmit high quality ...

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Comcast to offer streaming to Tablets this year

Comcast announced in a press release today that they are going to be offering streaming to tablets for iOS and Android. Coming soon is also the ability to watch the Comcast OnDemand right from your tablet. That's 3,000 hours available on the go at the click of a button.

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E FUN Adds Two Capacitive Touch-Screen Android Tablets to Nextbook Line

If you've ever been over to NextBookUsa.com, then you have seen the NEXT series of netbooks. Now, they are expanding and adding two capacitive touch-screen models to its quickly growing line of sleek, lightweight Nextbook Android tablet computers.

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Cross Country Automotive Services Announces New Roadside Service App

Cross-Country automotive services has announced that they are releasing a new mobile app for Android to help motorists who need help while travelling. This app takes roadside assistance to a new level. It can use your GPS location to notify the tow truck more precisely where you are which, I ...

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CES 2011: More LG Optimus 2X Info

Remember that LG phone that beat the iPhone in a video a little while back? It's the Optimus 2X, the very first phone sporting a dual-core processor, running on Android 2.2, with an update to 2.3 promised soon.

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CES: 2011 Next Live Streamly.tv Stream

The Streamly.tv guys have informed us that their next live stream will happen today, as they attend the Samsung Press event at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas. The stream should start around 2:00 PM PST.  This is an approximate time has things are fluid there at CES, so if the stream does not ...

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CES:2011 ASUS Eee Pad MeMO Unveiled, Brings a Capacitive Stylus Along for the Ride

ASUS announced an impressive 7-inch Android tablet yesterday that has an interesting hook.

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Amazon’s Android App Store Update (try saying that fast 5 times)

TechCrunch is reporting today that they have gotten some new info on the upcoming Amazon Android App market. It looks like the developer portal for Amazon has been opened, and the article talks about some new details on how Amazon is going to sell apps. Check out the full article linked above ...

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Keep Your Fingers Warm While Caressing Your Nexus S

If, like me, you live somewhere where winter really means winter, you know that being outside this time of your you have to choose between cold hands and not using your phone: capacitive touchscreens require something conductive, like your flesh (or perhaps a sausage) to work.  But, magically, ...

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