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A U.S. Cellular spokesman has confirmed that the carrier will begin carrying the Motorola XOOM later this year. After hearing rumors and seeing a leaked document earlier this week, we
Today is a good day for ROM flashers who intend to buy a new Samsung device. Supercurio’s source says that the future Samsung devices will not use a locked bootloader,
It seems that Intel is in talks with some big players in the PC world ramping up to get into the Android game. PC makers like Asus and many others have
Most of the tablets currently available are expensive and may be hard for people to justify buying, but British tablet maker Elonex has introduced six new tablets, all of them
Motorola confirmed that the Wi-Fi version of their Android 3.0 tablet, the XOOM, will be coming to retail stores on March 27th. The price of $600 is right on the
Staples looks to be the place to go this year for Android tablets. The office retailer is forecasting at least eight Android tablets by June with five of them running Honeycomb.
With words that might ignite a flame war that destroys the internet, one analyst bases his forecast of Android 3.0 solely on the Motorola XOOM.
The 10-inch tablet features both Windows and Android environments, but carries a terribly high price tag.
When we last left off, the poor unassuming guy was enveloped by the Motorola XOOM. What is going on inside that space pod?
To the surprise of many, the digital newspaper is coming to an Android tablet near you. Expect the Apple-only title to hit Android next quarter
Full of hype and scare tactics, Verizon’s XOOM ad lands online. Are you brave enough to grab hold of one?
Sony is rumored to be working on at least two Android tablets for release later this year. One is your standard 9.4-inch fare while the other features two 5.5-inch screens in a clamshell form factor.
For the all the great stuff to come out of the Sony Ericsson camp these last few weeks, one thing we’ve yet to hear about is a tablet. And since they’ve turned things around in terms of Android smart phones, we’d expect they will use the platform for tablets too. According to Engadget, that’s exactly what they’re doing.
While some of you may have been able to watch the Honeycomb Android event yesterday, not everyone was as privileged. Unfortunately, there were some people who had to work while you stayed home and took a break from shoveling snow. Thankfully, we have the powers of archived video to help!
While T-Mobile and LG stay hushed about the Android tablet, we’ll take every tiny morsel we can get our hands on. The latest comes in the form of a YouTube cameo, complete with reference to its 3D recording capability.