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Verizon has released their official list of devices that will carry Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Android fans can now breathe and check out Verizon’s list of 14 devices that will get the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update.Read the rest of the article »
LG G-Slate gets Android 3.1 update, brings Google Videos and resizable widgets.
The LG G-Slate seems to be catching up with its tablet contenders, Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab, as T-Mobile recently announced that the Android 3.1 updates are already available in the device. Casting out the former Android 3.0, the revamped G-Slate tablet now prompts users to display Google Videos for movie rentals. They could also take good advantage of the USB accessory that can be used to connect the tablet into keyboards, mouse, or other controllers.
The interface of the LG G-Slate has also been enhanced. New features such as re-sizable widgets, an expanded list of applications, and Gmail, have been added to the device — allowing users to have a wider range of activities. T-mobile as well pointed out that along with this Android 3.1 update, they have also fixed most of the G-Slate’s bugs that were attested before — including the issues regarding the Google Talk and Music apps. Moreover, the company unveiled that users can now experience an improved tablet browser and widget responsiveness.
T-Mobile LG G-Slate Android 3.1 update is already rolling out to all customers. Owners will be informed when the said update is available for installation.View Article Source »
Features of iPad's two rivals - Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - compared.
It’s time once again for a tablet showdown; and this very moment, the spotlight is switched to iPad’s two biggest competitors: The Xoom from Motorola and the ever-popular Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Which among them will stand out in terms of designs, operating systems, and imaging?
Find out on the brief comparisons after the break.Read the rest of the article »
T-mobile's G-Slate seems to be taking the top spot in the market with a recent price drop off and a document claiming that it is 2x Faster than iPad 2 and 3x faster than Xoom.
T-mobile boasted the G-Slate as one of the best tablets in the market – not only because of a recently announced price drop off – but also because they’ve received a “legal approval” which allows them to promote the tablet as “2x faster than the iPad 2 on AT&T and Verizon, and over 3x faster than the Motorola Xoom.”
However, these demands are based only on T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ 42Mbps network, AT&T’s HSPA+ network and Verizon’s 3G network. T-mobile’s G-Slate is not also capable to fully use the 42Mbps HSPA+ since the said device is only limited to 14.4Mbps.Read the rest of the article »
With a widescreen display, Google Android's Honeycomb, and a 3D-camera, does the T-Mobile G-Slate have what it takes to dominate the tablet market? Not really.
From the makers of the G2x smartphone, your friendly neighborhood T-Mobile, comes its latest tablet out in the market, the T-Mobile G-Slate. Powered by the sweet-succulent juice of Android Honeycomb, a unique widescreen display, a 4G network, plus a 3D camera, the G-Slate has the makings of becoming the legendary iPad 2 killer. Unfortunately, despite all these savvy features, it’s the tablet’s very advantage that spells its downfall.
The T-Mobile G-Slate has a smooth and satisfying touch with a thickness of 0.49 inch plus a matte finish at the back. It provides a nice comforting grip where you don’t have to worry that it will slip from the palm of your hand. It’s screen is 8.9-inch big, a humble size compared to the iPad 2 and Motorola Xoom tablets. But it’s unique widescreen display somehow gives that unique appeal.Read the rest of the article »
Google does the unexpected, as it keeps Android Honeycomb's source codes from developers until further notice.
The Motorola Xoom tablet does have the Android Honeycomb inside. But according to BusinessWeek, Google has no plans of releasing the Android Honeycomb source code to small hardware makers and developers due to the fear of having unpleasant results and user-experiences, especially if programmers attempt to bring the Honeycomb to phones.
According to Google Spokesperson, Andy Rubin, the “Android 3.0, Honeycomb, was designed from the ground up for devices with larger screen sizes and improves on Android favorites such as widgets, multi-tasking, browsing, notifications and customization.” He further added that “while we’re excited to offer these new features to Android tablets, we have more work to do before we can deliver them to other device types including phones.”Read the rest of the article »
Motorola's got some explaining to do about the whopping price of the Motorola Xoom tablet.
We were as surprised as you are when the Motorola Xoom was tagged $799, but Motorola Mobile Chief Sanjay Jha immediately tries to extinguish the fire as he explains over at the Mobile World Congress, MWC, in Barcelona that people will be getting their money’s worth with the 32GB 3G Motorola tablet thanks to its secret ingredient: the 4G.
The tablet market leader, the 32GB 3G Apple iPad tablet currently has a price tag of $729 in the US. Jha shares that people that a 4G device compatible on the Verizon network is worth the extra $70.Read the rest of the article »
Year 2011 is definitely the year of computer tablets! While Apple’s iPad 2 is still on the hiding, let’s welcome first the Xoom tablet which stole the spotlight at CES 2011.
Among the many devices launched at the recent CES 2011, Motorola Xoom tablet stole the spotlight. It is the first Android tablet to run with the “Honeycomb” OS and is packed with a powerful features.
Engadget got the scoop that Xoom will be released on February 17 and priced at $700. It will feature a 3G network which is compatible with Verizon as well as with the 4G network.
Android fan site Droid Life has put together a handy chart comparing the Xoom to Apple’s 3G-equipped iPad.Read the rest of the article »
The end of CES 2011 established four trends: smart appliances, 3D TVs, tablets and Internet TVs. And though there are 2,600 exhibitors in the event, Gadg managed to make a list of top 10 gadgets at CES 2011.
Though CES 2011 just ended, the biggest tech exhibit in Las Vegas was able to establish four trends: tablets, 3D TVs, Internet televisions and “smart” appliances. The trade show attracted over 120,000 attendees who came to see the latest and greatest devices from 2,600 exhibitors. Though it is impossible to see an individual anywhere near all of the products at CES 2011, here is Gadg’s list of the best devices found at the event.
Check out the full list after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Motorola brought down the house at CES 2011 with the release of a tablet plus several 4G smartphones. It’s all about Motorola Mobility!
Sanjay Jha, CEO and chairman of the Motorola Mobility spinoff, recently presented at CES 2011 the mobile future of their company. This is what the company has been working on for the past 12 months. Motorola Mobility shapes it tomorrow with the an Android tablet, dual-core smartphones and other tech accessories. Raed the run-through of their fresh offerings after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
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