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Oct 10 AT 2:12 PM Nick Gray 28 Comments

HTC steps out of the tablet business, will continue to watch the market very closely

Android fans holding out for a new Android tablet from HTC will be disappointed to hear that the company does not have plans to release any tablets in the near future. While talking about HTC’s tablet strategy, Jeff Gordon, HTC’s global online communications manager said “It was a great learning experience for us, and they definitely met expectations.”

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Feb 16 AT 8:59 AM Anthony Domanico 85 Comments

Android 5.0 launching in Q2? We’re more than a bit skeptical

According to Digitimes, Google may release the next major version of Android, Android 5.0 Jelly Bean, as early as Q2 2012. Digitimes cites Taiwan-based supply chain makers who suggest that Android 5.0 will feature optimizations for tablets and tablet-like devices. The timing would put Android 5.0′s release in line with Microsoft’s Windows 8 platform, and ... Read More »

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Dec 06 AT 4:31 PM Dustin Earley 45 Comments

Help fund PXL now: the auto-updating gaming magazine you’ve always wanted

Magazines as we know them have reached their transition point. They’re slowly but surely making the switch to digital, but it isn’t playing out as smoothly as it could. In their current state, magazines shouldn’t just have their pages ported to digital pictures. Thanks to the Internet, writing something even a couple days before releasing ... Read More »

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Nov 15 AT 10:05 AM Anthony Domanico 17 Comments

Adobe launches suite of applications for Android Tablets

At their Adobe MAX conference in early October, Adobe announced they would be releasing a suite of tablet-optimized versions of their popular graphic design and photo editing tools on Honeycomb tablets. This announcement was widely acclaimed, as it would most notably bring a feature rich version of Adobe’s Photoshop application for the low, low ... Read More »

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