The Barnes & Noble eReader has become a cost effective alternative to other Android tablets. Rooting the device allows for plenty of potential, including a working 3.0 version of Android.
Here we are, the tablet wars are about to erupt with the release of the Motorola XOOM on February 17th. How does the flagship Android 3.0 honeycomb device stand up
Motorola has released a YouTube video showing all the features and functions that will be included in their upcoming tablet. The Android 3.0 device should be making its debut shortly.
Hot on the heels of the T-Mo Vibrant actually seeing a Froyo update, yet another thing that we never thought we would see has come to pass. The Notion Ink Adam Tablet is shipping, and there are pics to prove it!
So Engadget got their hands on the full Tegra Product roadmap slide, and it is making all the geeky fanboi’s drool some (me included). A Tegra 3 chip?!? A 3d processor?! How YOU doin?
Motoblur: you either love or you hate it. But it seems like more hate it, so let’s just say many will be rejoicing that there will be no Motoblur on the
Fierce Wireless today is reporting that HTC’s CEO Peter Chou has confirmed that his company is indeed working on an Android based tablet, despite statements last year from HTC spokesperson Eric Lin saying that, at the time, there were no plans to build a tablet. (a lot can happen in this time, we know, this statement was made last July).
I was able to spend a few minutes with the new Dell Streak 7 at the NVIDIA booth today and wanted to shares a quick takeaway. First off, the processor
[viddler id=e863fe13&w=437&h=288]We started reporting about the Notion Ink Adam Tablet in October 2010. December 9th pre-sales started and everyone was blown away with the specifications and the overall sleek look of
The lucky dudes over at Engadget got an interesting hand-on with the newly announced, Honeycomb-equipped, Verizon Motorola XOOM tablet. They managed to bypass the demo videos and mess around with the apparently “early build” of Honeycomb.
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
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.
ASUS announced an impressive 7-inch Android tablet yesterday that has an interesting hook.
I find myself again envious of our Android brothers and sisters in China, as they are going to get their hands on this beauty first. The image to the left is the Lenovo LePad with the optional IdeaPad dock. The LePad is an Android 2.2 powered Android tablet. Details on the tablet are as follows:
Vizio has been busy working on a new Tablet AND Smartphone which will both feature VIA Plus, providing seamless integration with the rest of your equipment at home. This will