If you happen to own one of the many Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablets, you’re likely (not-so) patiently awaiting the Android 4.0 upgrade to hit your device. Some tablets have already been given the upgrade, but many more are left with Honeycomb, with nary an update in sight.
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The Toshiba AT200, the world’s thinnest 10-inch tablet (for now), has just been announced for the US as the Excite X10. It will be available sometime in the first quarter in the US, starting at $530 for the 16GB model.
At $530, one might expect the Excite X10 to come with a Tegra 3, ... Read More »
We have been hearing about Google testing some smart watches, lately. The idea of being able to access your messages, social networks, apps, and other features from your wrist seems quite convenient. Manufacturers haven’t quite found the right equation for these devices, though.
Most of these gadgets are very limited, expensive or simply not ... Read More »
Android 3.2 for the Sprint HTC EVO View 4G has arrived! Sprint announced yesterday that the new Honeycomb update for the 4G Android tablet is now available, but you will need to manually check for the update since Sprint will not be pushing it out until early next year.
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Logitech Revue owners are finally getting a sweet serving of Honeycomb. Early this morning, Logitech announced that the Android 3.1 update for the Revue is currently being pushed out to all users, delivering a brand new UI and access to the Android Market. The Honeycomb update for the Revue makes it easier to find TV shows ... Read More »
Honeycomb for the HTC Flyer has arrived! Earlier today HTC started pushing out a new 210 MB update (version 3.55.405.1) to the HTC Flyer that delivers Honeycomb to HTC’s first tablet device. For now, the update is only being pushed out to the 3G enabled version of the tablet, which is only sold in Europe. ... Read More »
The Logitech Revue, the first Google TV device to hit the market, has had a crazy ride since it was released almost a year ago, and it hasn’t been all that positive. Logitech recently announced that it was getting out of the Google TV business, signaling weak performance of its Revue set-top box.
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The world’s first quad-core Android tablet could go on sale as early as next week, but don’t expect it to ship with Android 4.0. We were already expecting the Transformer Prime to be announced on November 9, and ASUS CEO Jonney Shih hinted that Ice Cream Sandwich would be coming to the EeePad ... Read More »
Well after the false start yesterday we finally have confirmation that the Honeycomb (Android 3.1 to be exact) update for Google TV will start rolling out first to Sony devices next week and then to Logitech devices “soon thereafter.”
So just what is the update bringing? Well, Google laid ... Read More »
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The announcement of the new version of Google TV should be coming any day now. As usual, leaks are rolling out just a bit before the official announcement. And today we have something for you to take a look at–and even play with, if you feel adventurous.
There has been a second leak of ... Read More »