We tried to catch all the juicy tidbits from the keynote this morning for you, but if you prefer to hear about all the latest and greatest direct from the Googlers themselves you can now do so at your leisure via the magic of YouTube.
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What happens when you hand out an unreleased Android tablet to 5,000 developers at Google I/O? Google was probably hoping that all 5,000 developers would get excited about Honeycomb and start creating new apps to take advantage of the tablet UI framework. But that’s not what’s happened so far. It’s been less than 24 hours ... Read More »
Google I/O made a successful take-off yesterday, and among the main announcements was the new update to Honeycomb, Android 3.1. Soon afterwards, when they gave away the 5,000 Galaxy Tab 10.1′s, Samsung mentioned that their tablet would be receiving this update soon. Of course, Motorola did not want to be left behind ... Read More »
Samsung seems to really be taking the stage away this year, at least when it comes to giveaways. Yesterday, all Google I/O attendees got a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which is a huge giveaway by itself. We have just found out that Samsung’s Honeycomb tablet is not the only thing developers are ... Read More »
If you aren’t one of the few lucky chaps who got to go to Google I/O this year, chances are you don’t have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 just yet. Sammy knows how you feel, and that’s why the company just sent out a tweet letting you know that you’ll be ... Read More »
Always evolving, mobile technology has become quite competitive. Manufacturers are constantly going at it, suing each other for everything they can. Last month, Apple sued Samsung for copying the look and feel of the iPhone’s hardware and software. Taking Apple’s side, the court decided (last week) that Samsung would hand over samples of their upcoming ... Read More »
The ongoing release of Honeycomb tablets definitely overshadowed the 7-inch Galaxy Tab. That tablet was great during its time, but the consumer always wants more and better. The successors to the Galaxy Tab were seen at Mobile World Congress and CTIA, coming in two versions – one sized at 10.1-inches and the ... Read More »
Availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was just announced this morning, and Verizon is not hesitating to get in on the action. We had already heard that Samsung was planning to release a version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 4G LTE connectivity this year. It seems like they are not wasting ... Read More »
Intel might be losing the mobile chip war, but they’re certainly not giving up. Today at Computex, the company showed off a Honeycomb tablet prototype powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz Atom Z670 Oak Trail processor. The tablet, which is made by Compal, also has 1GB of RAM and a GPU based on the ... Read More »
Rumors have been spreading around, pertaining to why the Droid Bionic was delayed and why the Verizon Motorola Xoom has taken so long to receive the 4G LTE upgrade. One of the oft-suspected culprits is the idea that NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor doesn’t play nice with Verizon’s super-fast 4G LTE Network.
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