Engadget was sent a leaked holiday flyer from European retailer Carphone Warehouse (see gallery), indicating that the Motorola Xoom 2 will be available this holiday season. No word on whether a European release by Christmas will indicate we will be seeing this tablet stateside in 2011. We do have reason to be hopeful, however, as ... Read More »
Several users have reported via the twitters that they are starting to see the massive update to Google TV, which is built on the Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS, rolling out to their Sony TV devices. Google unveiled Google TV 2.0 last week, and indicated that the update was set to roll out to Sony TVs ... Read More »
Technology is evolving and so are games. GameStop knows that gaming has migrated out of consoles and is now very mobile. While these devices are not as powerful as consoles, they are making headway. Without a doubt, mobile gaming has gained immense popularity, even defeating the purpose gaming consoles for many.
GameStop has ... Read More »
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Well after the false start yesterday we finally have confirmation that the Honeycomb (Android 3.1 to be exact) update for Google TV will start rolling out first to Sony devices next week and then to Logitech devices “soon thereafter.”
So just what is the update bringing? Well, Google laid ... Read More »
After slashing the prices down to a mere $99, the Logitech Revue became the best alternative option for Google TV. Not to mention the fact that Logitech promised to upgrade this little device to the Honeycomb-based version Google plans to release soon.
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Though we’ve had some information trickle in about the number of Android tablets in the wild, these numbers have largely been tablet shipments, which can vary significantly from the number of activated devices. At AsiaD this morning, Google Senior VP Andy Rubin mentioned that there are roughly six million activated Android tablets in the hands ... Read More »
One of the more popular worries voiced about the upcoming Nexus device from Samsung and Google has been the screen size. Is 4.65-inches too big? Compared to the Nexus S or even Galaxy S II, it would seem the Nexus Prime (or Galaxy Nexus, take your pick) is going to be huge, right? Well if ... Read More »
Google Docs is one of Android users’ best friends, especially for those who like to work in the cloud. Viewing and editing documents from multiple platforms and devices is indeed convenient. But in the midst of the Honeycomb explosion, this app did not receive a tablet-optimized UI.
Thankfully, this issue has ... Read More »
Featuring a ton of touch- and tablet-optimized controls, Adobe Photoshop Touch aims to be your one-stop-shop for photo editing on touchscreen devices. Currently in production for ... Read More »
The HTC Flyer is one of the best 7-inch tablets out there. HTC‘s great build quality and software–not to mention the stylus pen accessory–make this an amazing option for those opposed to the 10-inch form-factor. But the tablet still does not have Honeycomb. Even though HTC promised a Honeycomb ... Read More »