Archive | October, 2011

Connect a pen drive to your android tablet

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Connect a pen drive to your android tablet

Posted on 30 October 2011 by Android

The following video will show you how how to connect a pen drive to a Samsung Galaxy Tab but this should work with pretty much any android tablet as long as it has a USB connector to connect the external pen drive.

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The new Sony Tablet S android tablet goes On Sale Today

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The new Sony Tablet S android tablet goes On Sale Today

Posted on 25 October 2011 by Android

Sony who is having trouble competing in the smartphone market mainly because of their partnership with Ericcson has made a recent attempt to conquer the difficult Android tablet market, stating that they are aiming to be the number 1 android tablet seller in Australia just behind Apple and their iPad tablet. Continue Reading

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Google says Android Tablets are gaining ground on IPad

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Google says Android Tablets are gaining ground on IPad

Posted on 24 October 2011 by Android

Andy Rubin, who is in charge of Android over at Google, stated that 6 million tablets are running a version Google’s Android OS. This clearly shows that Android tablets are gaining ground in the iPad-dominated market. Continue Reading

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Madden 12 demo on android tablet

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Madden 12 demo on android tablet

Posted on 23 October 2011 by Android

Here is a short video showing the new Madden 12 being played on an android tablet.

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Fandango will be offering a new app for Android Tablets

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Fandango will be offering a new app for Android Tablets

Posted on 20 October 2011 by Android

Fandango, who is one of the leading movie destination, has published news today on their upcoming Fandango App that will be available on Android Tablets. Continue Reading

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Our take on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 730 and 750 android tablets

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Our take on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 730 and 750 android tablets

Posted on 18 October 2011 by Android

Even with their greatest efforts, android tablets like the Motorola Xoom, Acer Iconia and the Asus Transformer have not been capable of dethroning the successful Apple iPad. But a new challenger seems to have finally been launched, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 750. There are 2 versions of this tablet, the Tab 730 which has a 7 inch display and the Tab 750 that sports a 10 inch display. Continue Reading

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News from the upcoming ET1, Springboard, Atrix2 and LTE android tablets

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News from the upcoming ET1, Springboard, Atrix2 and LTE android tablets

Posted on 17 October 2011 by Android

Android tablets have yet to build good headway versus the iPad, but the current market is anticipated to go the path of Android smartphones and broaden around price, characteristics and accessibility. Just as we await the release of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, a list of mobile device manufacturers are searching to put on the market their own Android tablets. Motorola arrives with an enterprise android tablet aimed at business users, while Huawei has produced a low cost tablet for T-Mobile users looking for a deal. With CTIA starting this week, a good amount of smartphones have been unveiled, including the new Motorola Atrix 2, a compelling sequel to its first version that was published earlier this year. Continue Reading

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Lenovo raises the price on their cheap 2GB IdeaPad android tablet

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Lenovo raises the price on their cheap 2GB IdeaPad android tablet

Posted on 13 October 2011 by Android

In a fairly unexpected way, Lenovo has raised the cost of their inexpensive Android Gingerbread tablet, the Lenovo IdeaPad A1. Continue Reading

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Huawei announced the Springboard, a new android tablet coming to T-Mobile

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Huawei announced the Springboard, a new android tablet coming to T-Mobile

Posted on 12 October 2011 by Android

Chinese mobile maker Huawei on Tuesday proclaimed its 7-inch Springboard android tablet for T-Mobile, a hot device that will compete with different 7 inch tabs like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 and the new Amazon Kindle Fire. Continue Reading

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Velocity Micro slashes the price of their T408 Android tablet

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Velocity Micro slashes the price of their T408 Android tablet

Posted on 11 October 2011 by Android

Velocity Micro started selling their 8-inch T408 Android tablet on September 7th for $240. Amazon proclaimed the $199 Kindle Fire 2 weeks after. With this aggressive android tablet pricing Amazon has come up with, they have pushed Velocity Micro to make some changes in their marketing because they don’t plan to be outsold. The society just dispatched a note suggesting a new $199 pricetag for the T408 tablet. It is without doubt a smart move since that is how currently hasit should have been priced at first.

Velocity Micro currently has 2 models of android tablet on the market and both are rather nice and have a good size factor for Android 2.2 tablets. Sadly, they were difficult to sell at their initial price of $240 for the 8 inch and $299 for the 10 inch version. These android tablets are not iPad killers, but rather mid-budget tablets for the Android crowd that don’t want to spend $500 on a device. While being pretty cheap, one of the main issues is the lack the native Google apps. They make up for this by being speedy, slim and entirely unlocked for all the modding needs some people like. Continue Reading

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