No doubt you’ve all heard about HP canning webOS and the ensuing fire sale of their Touchpad tablet for just $99. With a price this low, demand soared as HP tried to unload their remaining stock. I was one of those
Logitech has two brand new bluetooth keyboards for your Android tablet on the way. The first tablet is simply a Bluetooth keyboard with accompanying stand which will work with any Android tablet with a Bluetooth radio built in.
The Olivetti Olipad 110 popped up last month sporting the same specs we’ve seen on just about every Honeycomb tablet. The Olipad 110 was spotted recently in Brazil, and with it the Olipad 70. With plenty of other tablets
You waited, you yearned, you began to lose hope, but now to continue to string you along comes a glimmer of hope from our friends at the Federal Communications Commission. Many didn’t realize it would take this long for the
Last week we reported that Archos had two new tablets looking to shake things up on the way. The two slates, the 80 G9 and the 101 G9 may not be due out until September, but Chris Davies, at our sister site, SlashGear, has gotten
Lenovo, the Chinese company now responsible for ThinkPad laptops, as well as several China-exclusive Android devices has plans to bring Honeycomb tablets to the world this summer. The first will be the Lenovo IdeaPad, which
Well looks like Gateway is looking to get in on this “tablet” thing. Unfortunately their take on Honeycomb doesn’t appear to offer much in the way of “unique.” Hiding inside what is, quite literally,
Man, when we reported earlier this week that Notion Ink was back with more Adam news, we didn’t know they’d be back with a vengeance. But that seems to be the case as we’ve got two more bits of news about the
HTC Flyer fans, you’re wait is nearly over. As we reported here, Best Buy is now making it official with preorder details and pricing. Beginning on Monday, April 25, 2011, you will be able to pre-order the WiFi version of
Samsung’s followup to the Galaxy Tab has been approved by the FCC and is ready to hit the market. Dubbed the Galaxy Tab II, the new tablet was approved for wireless bands 802.11 a-n, Bluetooth, and GSM bands 850 and 1900.