Could the hot new Android build refresh the first Honeycomb tablet.
A new YouTube video tells us that the “Next Transformation” is coming soon.
We can’t say we didn’t see this coming after being leaked a while ago, but the exact specifications and details remained a mystery until todays announcement. LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. – Oct.
Just days after Google Books went live in the UK so too has Google Movies although not quite completely. The Android Market hasn’t been updated to allow you to browse
Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve
Canadian online retailer “Future Shop” let the cat out of the bag when they accidentally advertised Kobo’s future 7″ Android tablet. The Kobo Vox’s brief appearance on Future Shop provided
The Samsung Galaxy Tab seems to come in just about every size and form imaginable but that hasn’t stopped them from producing this next “plus” model. This T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy
Google purchased the Android, Inc. company back in 2005, then announced the Open Handset Alliance in, 2007. Then in the Fall of 2008, the lowly T-Mobile G1 was open to
ViewSonic are finally ready to deliver their ViewPads to the public after announcing availability at IFA. First there’s the ViewPad
More specs have recently leaked about the upcoming Sony Tablet S and the codenamed Sony S2 which are expected to launch next month. The S2 will launch
If I told you Android had already been ported to the TouchPad would you believe me? How about if I told you it came as the default OS for one
Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from the last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android,
[Deal Alert] Best Buy Offering a Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 With Purchase of Qualifying Samsung HDTV
Best Buy is offering up a pretty tempting deal for anyone looking to purchase a new Samsung HDTV. Starting this Sunday August 21st and running until the 28th, Best Buy
Way back in September of 2005, Motorola came out with a bold new cellular telephone that could, in fact, sync with your Apple iTunes account. This auspicious device was dubbed