Archive | July, 2011

Will Amazon Order 2.4 Million Android Tablets? It might be so

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Will Amazon Order 2.4 Million Android Tablets? It might be so

Posted on 30 July 2011 by Android

Sources in Taiwan are claiming that Amazon is looking at ordering around 2.4 million touch panels by the end of September in preparation for the launch of its tablets which should happen in the third quarter of the year. Continue Reading

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Amazon’s upcoming Android Tablet will be an android E-Reader similar to the Nook Color

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Amazon’s upcoming Android Tablet will be an android E-Reader similar to the Nook Color

Posted on 29 July 2011 by Android

Amazon‘s initial foray into the tablet space will be positioned more akin to an Android-powered e-reader rather than a tradional Android tablet offering. As such, it would probably be a closer competitor to the Barnes & Noble-powered Nook Color rather than be a true iPad, Xoom, or Asus Eee Pad Transformer challenger, according to a new report from Business Insider. Continue Reading

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3 new Low-cost Android Tablets Are going to hit The US Market

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3 new Low-cost Android Tablets Are going to hit The US Market

Posted on 29 July 2011 by Android

The U.S. tablet market isn’t all about the big-name companies and their $400+ tablets, there is a market for cheaper models and there are quite a few companies that realize this. In fact soon three different companies will be able to ship their affordable tablets the hungry US market. Continue Reading

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The best remote file access app for Android tablet

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The best remote file access app for Android tablet

Posted on 28 July 2011 by Android

UniQXcess, you need access! The perfect tool for internet remote file access & WiFi file transfer! Have you ever gotten in troubles about moving your PC files to your tablet or phone? Are you still using the annoying USB wire to transfer file? PC has more than 100GB data; imagine how you can put the huge data into your 16GB or 32GB tablet. Not enough space? Instantly remote access your PC files via UniQXcess, amplify your mobile storage! Unlimited.

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Android wins tablet and business users as RIM faces job cuts

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Android wins tablet and business users as RIM faces job cuts

Posted on 28 July 2011 by Android

With big name manufacturers lending their support to the development of Android tablets, the iPad’s market dominant share may soon give way to rising competitors. Expected to follow the same pattern as the smartphone market, updates in Android Honeycomb OS, participation from Motorola (MMI), Lenovo, Acer and other large-scale manufacturers are beginning to chip away at iOS’s global market share. And as Android and iOS continue to fight over the mobile market, it’s RIM that loses out big. Continue Reading

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ASUS’ Eee Pad Slider (SL101) Android tablet hits the FCC

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ASUS’ Eee Pad Slider (SL101) Android tablet hits the FCC

Posted on 27 July 2011 by Android

ASUS’ Eee Pad Slider, also known as the SL101, has faced several delays since it was unveiled at CES this year.  Originally planned to launch in May 2011 and later pushed back to August, ASUS has so far provided few details about the Slider’s launch date.  However today the Slider hit the FCC, suggesting that we may indeed see the device soon.  The Slider, described in FCC filings as the SL101, won approval for Bluetooth and WiFi.  No 3G capabilities were mentioned in FCC filings. Continue Reading

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HP will release their TouchPad tablet after fixing a few minor bugs

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HP will release their TouchPad tablet after fixing a few minor bugs

Posted on 27 July 2011 by Android

HP will release its signature TouchPad tablet computer on the Australian market on August 15 after fixing some bugs. Continue Reading

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Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet

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Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet

Posted on 26 July 2011 by Android

It’s the web as you’ve never seen it before; the 10.1″ IdeaPad® Tablet K1 with Android 3.1 is optimized for the web like no other tablet. The K1 comes with full support for the latest Flash content and complete Digital Rights Management (DRM) so you can legally download & store movies in every available format.

Plus, it instantly syncs your photos, music and videos with a dedicated online storage space, so you can easily share across multiple devices, or with the wider world through integration with popular social networking sites. And with access to the Lenovo App Shop and the Android Market, thousands of useful apps and games are just a click away.

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Toshiba Thrive tablet

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Toshiba Thrive tablet

Posted on 26 July 2011 by Android

The Toshiba Thrive tablet with Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) offer dual core processing and full-size ports to make the most of tablet computing.

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Five Reasons Why I’ll Never Buy an Apple iPad

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Five Reasons Why I’ll Never Buy an Apple iPad

Posted on 25 July 2011 by Android

It’s still redundant for me

In my house, there are two laptops, a Kindle, a netbook and an Android smartphone. I got the netbook and Kindle for a fraction each of what a new iPad would have cost me. Aside from the cool factor and having a larger multitouch screen to play with, I’m left with little reason to pony up the cash for another device that doesn’t provide new functionality. Continue Reading

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