Since the iPhone came to AT&T, every carrier has longed for a flagship smartphone that could generate the same buzz and result in new, higher-paying customers. Sprint hoped that device would be the Palm Pre, but it failed to attract the number of customers (and more importantly developers) in order to become a major success.
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Adobe just announced the release of Flash Player 10.1 to their mobile platform partners, but which Android phones will be able to run it? In order to install Flash 10.1 from the Android Market your phone must be running Android 2.2 and have at least an ARM Cortex-A8 processor (sorry first-gen phones).
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Samsung is gearing up to debut their first Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab, at next week’s IFA show in Berin and the company just put the first teaser video online for all to enjoy. Details are limited when it comes to official specs, but the video clip reveals the Galaxy Tab will ship ... Read More »
And here we go again. Hannspree has just announced their venture into the Android tablet marketplace with the introduction of an Android 2.2 powered device. The Hannspree tablet will feature a 10.1 inch 1,024 x 600 pixel display, Tegra 2 ARM A9 dual-core 1GHz processor, Adobe Flash 10.1, Mini HDMI, Mini USB, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth ... Read More »
Today at IFA in Berlin, Samsung Electronics announced the Galaxy Tab which is the company’s first 7-inch Galaxy S Android tablet. The device is scheduled to launch in Europe around mid September, but it’s also headed to the U.S. in the coming months.
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Archos has been in the Android game for awhile now, but I never really gave them much respect and generally considered their first-gen Android tablets as cheap (to put it nicely). However, after playing with their new lineup of Internet tablets at IFA this week, I think I’m ready to fork over my cash for one and ... Read More »
Viewsonic was showing off their first Android tablet, the Viewpad 7, at IFA this week and we got to spend some quality hands-on time with the device. What I found was a pretty remarkable first effort from Viewsonic, but the Viewpad 7 will not be able to take on the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
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Itching to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab? Samsung UK has just sent out a press release, indicating that the Galaxy Tab will be hitting store shelves in the UK on November 1st, only one month from today. The Android 2.2 tablet will be launching on all major UK networks and will also be ... Read More »
The Galaxy Tab continues to make the rounds to all the major U.S. carriers and the wheel of destiny has landed on Big Red today.
The Verizon flavored Galaxy Tab will ring up for $599 without contract and for those that would like a subsidized price you can apparently keep dreaming or take ... Read More »
T-Mobile is the latest U.S. carrier to officially announce the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Android 2.2 tablet will be available starting on November 10th for $399.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate and a new two year contract. Those signing up for a contract will have the option to choose between T-Mobile’s 200MB or 5GB ... Read More »