Sony’s teaser campaign for the S1 and S2 tablets continues, despite the slates having shown up in the wild on several occasions now. After parts one and two comes video three, sticking with the Rube Goldberg theme and now
The HTC Status has officially gone on sale at AT&T, the carrier’s branded version of the HTC ChaCha. The QWERTY-toting Facebook phone has a compact touchscreen, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread with a custom version of HTC
As the first Honeycomb tablet to hit store shelves, the Motorola XOOM perhaps lacks some of the glamor of its more recent Android slate siblings; however, it’s still a solid option as long as the price is right.
ASUS has admitted to an issue with the Eee Pad Transformer‘s power management settings, which could see users of the keyboard dock experience problems with power drain and how well the attachment recharges. According to
Motorola has given the green light to its latest Android smartphone, a QWERTY-blessed candybar with low-cost ambitions. The Motorola XT316 – which will launch as the Motorola SPICE Key in Latin America, and as the Motorola
Panasonic has outed a new Android-based ereader, using a 7-inch 1024 x 600 LCD display rather than an e-paper panel like the Kindle or NOOK. The Panasonic UT-PB1 slate, which made its debut at the e-Book Expo Tokyo DigInfo
Vizio’s 8-inch Android tablet has gone up for pre-order at Amazon, offering a 1024 x 768 capacitive touchscreen, Honeycomb OS and the ability to control HDTVs and other A/V equipment via an integrated IR emitter and
ASUS has updated its expected launch window for the Eee Pad Slider, with the company now claiming the Honeycomb slate with a QWERTY surprise won’t launch in the UK until sometime this autumn (aka fall). Previously, ASUS had
Samsung’s Galaxy S II remains one of our favorite smartphones here at Android Community, and with sales passing 3m worldwide in the first 55 days of availability, its absence from the US market is increasingly frustrating.
Apple’s demands to have Amazon barred from describing its Android software download store as an “app store” have been rejected, with courts throwing out an injunction request this week. While US District Judge