By Christopher Price on June 3, 2012
Samsung’s most powerful seven-inch tablet, is now for the same price as the Galaxy Tab 2. While refurbished, it’s a major blow to tablet pricing in general.
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By Christopher Price on March 29, 2012
New Kindle Fires take on Google source code delays and iPad, while Amazon fire sales off refurb’ed current units.
By Christopher Price on December 24, 2011
Just in time for the holidays, Sprint has rolled out the Android 3.2 Honeycomb upgrade that we first confirmed was on its way for the HTC EVO View 4G. The upgrade is is well over a hundred megabytes, those on a capped 3G/4G data plan are urged to download this update over Wi-Fi. The update […]
By Christopher Price on December 6, 2011
HTC has finally confirmed and announced that it will begin releasing an Android 3.2 upgrade for the HTC Flyer, a long suspected upgrade that gave many users frustration. The Flyer sits alongside the Dell Streak 7 as being powerful seven-inch tablets, which emerged alongside 10-inch tablets that ran on Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb. Unfortunately, Google […]
By Christopher Price on November 3, 2011
After quietly re-launching the original Xoom with a “Family Edition”, Motorola has announced the Xoom 2, it’s true successor to the Xoom. Where as the Xoom Family Edition was a Xoom with additional applications bundled, the Xoom 2 delivers true improvements. Externally, the device resembles the original Xoom, but features all-new hardware, with a dual-core […]
By Humberto Saabedra on July 21, 2011
The product and sales page on the Staples website has confirmed that the Dell Streak 7 Android tablet will receive an over the air update to Android Honeycomb, with the rollout date to be determined. The Dell Streak 5 and 7 were originally released by Dell last year with Android 2.1 with another update to […]
By Humberto Saabedra on July 17, 2011
Target is currently offering the Acer Iconia Android Honeycomb tablet for $399.99 plus a $50 gift card, effectively selling the tablet for $349.99. The Iconia features a 10.1 inch display, front facing camera, 5.0 megapixel main camera, Wi-Fi N radio, 16GB of internal storage with additional microSD slot and HDMI output.
By Humberto Saabedra on April 20, 2011
During its earnings call yesterday, Intel CEO Paul Ortellini confirmed to investors and selected press that the chipmaker was actively working on porting Googleâ€™s Android Honeycomb from its base ARM supported version to the x86 instruction set. With the confirmation of the port and subsequent work to bring Android to intel based products such as […]