HP’s Android Slate is Coming

The torrent of new Android devices was definitely flowing out of last week’s CES 2010. After Dell and Archos, the latest tablet to run Android  is the HP’s Slate.  A prototype of the Windows 7 version of it was used by Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Balmer, during a keynote address.  There ...

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Camangi WebStation Pre-Orders Start [UPDATE]

We just received an email from the fine folks over at Camangi, advising that their WebStation is now available for pre-order.  The only problem is that when we click on the link to place an order, the URL results in a 404 Not Found page.   Maybe the PR team jumped the gun this morning?  ...

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M Tube MID Shares Media with TV Set Via Gestures

Another inbox goodie for you this morning!  Check out the video below which shows a beta version of a device called M Tube.  Caught on film at Broadband 2009 in Taipei, the mobile internet device (MID) allows users to share pictures, video, and more with their television sets by dragging and ...

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ODROID Pre-Orders Announced for Korean Developers, Limited to 300

A platform development version of the ODROID device was announced for preorder in Korea today. Limited to Korean developers, there only 300 units up for grabs.  The ODROID development device sells for roughly $320 US dollars.  Today’s event was hosted by Korean blog Aesop.   Preorders ...

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Archos Shows off A5 Tablet

The Archos A5 series of media tablets has been officially announced and shown off.  After recently getting the leak treatment, we know have the first ‘name brand’ device to run Android that is not a phone. What did we learn today that was not already known?  Well for starters, ...

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Unknown Android MID Sadly Only a Concept

There’s been a rash of recent Android MID sightings lately and nobody seems to know who it belongs to or what it is.  Today we’re learning that it’s most likely just a concept device designed to show off the new “Rockchip” processor from a Chinese chip maker. As ...

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Archos’ A5 Details Sneak Out Courtesy of FCC

The next time you see Archos, tell ‘em we said thanks!  It seems they decided not to sign a confidentiality agreement with the FCC and now we have some details on their forthcoming device.  We’ll have to wait a few more weeks for the full list of specs, but here’s what we ...

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Archos Opens AppsLib for Android Media Tablets

We’re still trying to verify this officially, but we wanted to share what we have so far – ARCHOS has partnered to create an alternative Android Market.  What makes this one so special is that it’s for devices running larger screens like media tablets, mobile internet ...

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7″ Tablet Rumored for China Mobile

A 7″ Android-based tablet with phone functionality is being rumored for China Mobile. It’s being reported that the table will have the proprietary TD-SCDMA for 3G connectivity and run the OPhone OS. We’re tapped out spec-wise with the full sized web browser and front facing ...

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Android Tablets and Netbooks at Computex ’09 [VIDEO]

Computex 2009 seemed to be more about netbooks and smaller devices and less about traditional computers and laptops this year.  With the global economy limping along, the trend is to go cheaper wherever possible.  As we all know, nothing costs less than free, which is why we’re seeing ...

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Archos Announcement Next Month – Are Green Robots Involved?

As much as I’d like to play with Android on a netbook, I personally more anxious to seeing mobile internet devices (MIDs) and tablets.  Next month, we might get to see the first of such from Archos. An press conference is scheduled for June 11th in Paris, France.  Without directly ...

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GiiNii Movit Tablets Slightly Delayed

One of our favorite things to come out of CES earlier this year was the GiiNii Movit tablets.  Based on Android (naturally), there are two form factors that were initially expected to launch somewhere in the middle of the year.  According to a company rep, one version (Mini) is now due in ...

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T-Mobile to Launch Android Based Home Phones and Tablets

T-Mobile has big plans for Android and it goes well beyond using it for mobile phones.  According to an article published in yesterday’s New York Times, the US carrier plans to offer a variety of devices that will use the operating system.  

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