As the tablet market keeps growing, more and more affordable options have shown up. Just a year ago, these handy devices were brand new, most of them sporting a price tag no lower than $500. Of course, there were some low-cost options back them, but most of them were hardly even worth mentioning. The specs ... Read More »
There are certainly quite a few amazing Android devices available this holiday season, but it’s still hard to find something great at a decent price. Yes, there’s the Kindle Fire or the Nook Tablet, but they simply don’t have the same Android feel that most of us have come to love.
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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 »
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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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Two of the biggest complaints about Android advertisements is that they lack any personal appeal and fail to show what a device is really capable of. Take Motorola’s new Droid RAZR campaign for example. The TV commercials play like action movies that don’t really detail the phone. The style has become a signature for Motorola’s ... Read More »
Those that have been following the patent wars know that it has become quite a mess. One of Apple‘s most notable moves thus far was a ban on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany due to the similarity in the Devices’ front look. Apple may have won that battle, but it seems like ... Read More »
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 »
Panasonic has been a little absent in the tablet wars, but they have finally brought something to the table. A family of tablets has finally been announced, and they are definitely no small contenders. The new Panasonic Toughpad tablets are boasted to be nearly indestructible.
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ASUS has done an outstanding job giving us updates for the Transformer. There’s no doubt they’re keeping their customers happy with great hardware/software, affordable prices and timely updates. What else can we ask for, right?