The 7-inch and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDs are the headliners here, but the original Kindle Fire is still alive and has gotten a not insignificant spec boost while shaving 20% off the price.
Meet Android 3.2; Honeycomb’s last iteration coming this summer with 7-inch screen, Qualcomm’s chip support
If you thought Google would make us wait ’til Christmas for a new version of Android, I’m here to tell you how wrong you were. Meet Android 3.2, the last version of Honeycomb you’ll ever see (according to This Is My Next).
Remember the sneak peek Huawei gave us on their MediaPad last week? Their video sure left a lot to be desired, as no specs were given. The screen was not even displayed, so we couldn’t make much of it either. Things are much more clear this time around — the MediaPad has been ... Read More »
Everyone is jumping on the Honeycomb tablet bandwagon, but many manufacturers are simply not known for making high-end products. Such as Huawei, famous for making entry-level smartphones. Could it be Huawei is about to step it up in the tablet market? It sure seems they’re working on a very good tablet: the Huawei MediaPad.
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A couple of weeks ago, our friend Taylor made an epic return from his labor quest, giving us a taste of what Amazon has in store for us. We all had suspicions that Amazon could be working on some Android devices, but Taylor took the stage and used his ninja skills ... Read More »
Taiwan-based PC maker Acer is expected to finally unveil their first Android tablet at a special event taking place tomorrow in New York. As of late we have not really focussed on the countless number of Android tablets coming out overseas, but since Acer chose to announce this thing in the United States there is ... Read More »
It’s pretty safe to say that the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be the best Android tablet option between now and the end of the year. Yes, the price point is a bit high, but we have come across another good reason why you might wait for the next generation of the Galaxy Tab. ... Read More »