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New Motorola Xoom commercial shows off Android tablet uses

New Motorola Xoom commercial shows off Android tablet uses

The New Motorola Xoom ad commercial shows off the Xoom in many scenarios of how we may want to utilize the power within the Xoom Android tablet. From watching videos, to using Google Talk built-in with video chat, to playing games on the huge 10.1 inch display with 1080p HD. The tablet is also running [...]

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Acer says netbooks will not be phased out – tablets will be a while

Acer says netbooks will not be phased out – tablets will be a while

After reports came in yesterday that Acer was planning on focusing all their attention on tablet devices and dropping netbooks completely (in time), Acer has made a press release which states they are NOT dropping netbooks, and will focus on both sides of the scale. Not surprising though, their Tablet line of devices may be [...]

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Acer wants to keep making tablets, not netbooks

Acer wants to keep making tablets, not netbooks

With the popularity of tablet devices, particularly Android and iPad, Acer is dipping into the tablet game, and they plan to stay there. Acer is putting out 7 and 10 inch sized Android tablets very soon, in fact, we may see them this Spring. They’ll have Intel Sandy Bridge multi-core technology within as well, making [...]

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T-Mobile launching Dell Streak 7 Feb 2nd 2011

T-Mobile launching Dell Streak 7 Feb 2nd 2011

At the CES 2011 show, we were told that the Dell Streak 7 would be launching with T-Mobile, but we didn’t have a date. It seems that we now are shown T-Mobile plans to launch the Dell Streak 7 Android tablet on or around February 2nd 2011. The Dell Streak 7 is a 7 inch [...]

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Honeycomb not just for tablets – future of Android discussed

Last week at CES, Engadget got a chance to sit down with the man responsible for webOS (as well as the Sidekick and Helio UIs), who happens to now be the Android Director for User Experience, Matias Duarte. Matias gives a few points on the direction of Android OS, open source, Android’s future in mobile [...]

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Motorola Xoom has a barometer within – predicts weather patterns

The Motorola Xoom, easily the biggest, baddest tablet at CES (not by much mind you) not only has some of the best specs we’ve seen in a tablet device, but it’s also got something that we didn’t hear alot about, and we’re not sure why. Along with the built in accelrometer, magnetometer, ambient light sensor [...]

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Dual-Screen NEC Android Cloud Communicator hands-on CES

The CES 2011 show in Las Vegas had alot of new tablets, some were different than others, but none quite as unique as this device, which neither completely falls into the tablet category, nor the e-reader. It’s the new NEC Android Cloud Communicator LT-W and it’s got dual-screens, where (as we’ll see in the hands [...]