ViewSonic ViewPad 10 Launch [Video]

Our sister site Slashgear has recently gotten some hands-on time with the ViewSonic’s ViewPad 10. The ViewPad 10 is the bigger, dual-booting brother of the Android Viewpad 7. The ViewPad 10 can run either Android OS or Windows 7. The ViewPad 10 has a Intel 1.66GHz Atom N455 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD. The display measures 1024 x 600 and features multi-touch gestures. This slate also comes built with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth, two USB 2.0 ports, a headphone socket and a 1.3-megapixel camera, together with a microSD card reader.

Samsung Galaxy Tab to get Exclusive content including apps and games

After learning that the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be coming to T-Mobile for $400 on November 10, We learn that Samsung has teamed up with Financial Times, Gameloft, and WHSmith to bring exclusive content to the Tab. Samsung teamed up with the Financial times to create the first Android and HTML5-based app for the tablet. The app will allow users to download the daily FT and have access to FT videos and the latest market updates. The Financial times requires,like most other industry news outlets, users to pay for a membership to access their content, but it wasn't mentioned on whether or not Tab users would be required to pay for access to the content.

Motorola releases Q3 numbers; First growing quarter since 2006

For those of you who doubt that Motorola hasn't broken out of their slump yet, check out their Q3 numbers which were released today. They have enjoyed their first growth quarter since Q4 in 2006. They ranked at $4.9 billion this quarter compared to $4.3 billion in Q3 in 2009. There was 13% change in revenue since Q3 2009.

HTC Mecha leaked on HTC Sense Site

After hearing many different rumors about the HTC Mecha smartphone for a few months, its about time that we are shown some real evidence. The photo below is from HTC's HTC Sense website. When choosing your device for your HTC Sense account, the HTC Mecha shows up along side the Desire HD and the Desire Z.

Toys ‘R’ Us to sell Android Tablet for £90

After we saw yesterday that Walgreens would sell the Maylong M-150, Toys 'R' Us has decided to sell the Elonex e Touch Android tablet for £90. The price will convert to around $120-$130 depending on the current exchange rate. There will be two models of the table available for purchase; a 7-inch tablet that will cost £89.99 and a 10-inch tablet that will cost £149.99. Both of these models look similar to the iPad with the square home button, but a narrower overall shape.

HTC Wildfire coming to the US this year

The HTC Wildfire the upcoming Android 2.1 smartphone with HTC Sense will be coming to the US this year. Confirmed by HTC, we will be seeing this compact smartphone this quarter on regional carriers.

O2 UK price Galaxy Tab ahead of Nov 1 release

O2 UK has announced pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and as expected it's not going to be a cheap slate.  In fact, O2 aren't subsidizing the 7-inch Tab at all: it will be £599 on the carrier's pay-and-go mobile broadband tariffs. There'll also be a choice of pre-pay and monthly voice & data plans on offer, for those who want to use the Tab for voice calls as well.  Only "selected stores" will have the slate in stock, and to be honest you're better off heading to Amazon or another online retailer where the Galaxy Tab is listed for around £530 instead.

Google exec says Android was “best deal ever”

According to David Lawee, vice president of corporate development of Google, buying Android Inc., the wireless-software company founded by Andy Rubin, was Google's "best deal ever." He said this at a conference at Stanford University. Lawee said that when Google purchases a company, its up to the people behind that company to make it a success. Google bought Android in 2005 for an estimated value of $50 million.

Sony’s Exec. admits PSP could use cellular connection, ‘other smart phone gamers aren’t satisfied’

Peter Dille, Sony's Senior Vice President of marketing at SCEA, had a recent interview with CNN, and said some interesting pieces of information regarding the new Playstation Phone. While still sticking to company policy about not spitting any rumors, Dille said that the fact that there is no cellular connection on the PSP really holds back the lines of portable gaming consoles. "The PSP is a Wi-Fi device," he said. " People are used to having connected devices."
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