There’s nothing like a teeth-wrenching video to start off the weekend. Today’s video comes from YouTube user ratedrr, who likes to play around with all types of weapons. This time he has a defunct LG G-Slate and wants to put its durability to the test.
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Today may seem like a very peaceful and steady day in the Android world, but tomorrow will be a completely different story for T-Mobile users (surely you have heard of “the calm before the storm”). Tomorrow, one of T-Mobile’s biggest ... Read More »
Both Sprint and T-Mobile are getting things ready to announce some new devices in the coming days. Sprint just sent out an invitation for a press event tomorrow at 11:30 am Pacific time, where they’ll most likely announce the Samsung Replenish. The environment-friendly device will feature a QWERTY-keyboard, a 2.8-inch QVGA ... Read More »
LG may not be ready to officially unveil the LG G-Slate quite yet, but that doesn’t mean the Android tablet can’t make an appearance in a Korean music video. I’m sure all of you have already seen Seungri ‘s latest video a few hundred times, but if you want to take a peek at it ... Read More »
T-Mobile announced their first 4G tablet, the Android 3.0-powered G-Slate by LG, at CES this month but they didn’t share many details or provide any hands-on time with the device. In the absence of information, rumors began to fly this week that the G-Slate might be the first tablet to feature a glasses-free 3D display.
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Itching to get your hands on a Honeycomb tablet? We have some great news for you! The FCC has given their stamp of approval to the LG V900 tablet. Since the T-Mobile G-Slate is the only tablet from LG that we are currently aware of, it’s pretty safe to assume that the V900 and the G-Slate ... Read More »
Anyone looking forward to getting their hands on a new Android tablet might want to keep their options open. We all know about the Verizon bound Motorola XOOM, but LG and T-Mobile are looking to offer their own Android 3.0 tablet in the coming months as well. T-Mobile made an announcement that they will be launching the ... Read More »