Android Honeycomb

ASUS Transformer Prime vs iPad 2: Benchmark Wars

Well folks, someone had to do this and it might as well be us right? Today we present you with a few results from the battle of the cores with the ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core tablet vs the iPad 2. Now when comparing devices there is tons to talk about but we'll be keeping this short and focusing on a few benchmarks. These were some of the best tests available to test both devices. With different platforms, hardware, and operating systems this can only be so accurate -- but we figured you'd like to take a look so here's the results.

Archos 101 G9 “Turbo” 1.2 GHz dual-core Honeycomb Tab now available

We've been following Archos and their line of cheap and affordable budget Android tablets but lately their entire naming scheme is getting out of control. Today we have learned the new Archos 101 G9 "Turbo" edition is available now -- in Europe. We got our first glance at the new Archos G9 series a few months back featuring a 1.0 GHz dual-core processor and Android Honeycomb. Today they've released the same devices only with the addition of "Turbo" to the name with a faster 1.2 GHz TI OMAP dual-core processor.

Newest Android OS Stats Reveal Gingerbread High Rise

SO you're in to the whole understanding of how the Android version ecosystem works, are you? Let's have a look at how Google sees it. As their latest findings reveal, devices accessing the Android Market (their gauge for official Android devices) are showing a 14 day trend showing the following: Android 2.3 and 2.3.4 Gingerbread are coming up quick, Android 2.2 Froyo is still highly dominant, and Android 2.1 Eclair is STILL no small contender. And what do you know, there's still a few Android 1.x devices out there - who the heck are you people, and what do you want with us futuristic accessors?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Coming this Fall, but with Gingerbread

Our friends at Crunchgear are reporting what sounds like the next Galaxy Tab 7" that will replace the original Samsung Galaxy Tab. We aren't sure exactly what to call it, but with the current lineup I'd assume they'll just call it the Galaxy Tab 7". From what we are reading this may be good news, or bad but it looks like it will basically be a giant Galaxy S II and that isn't really a bad thing if you look at the specs.

Swype 3.0 for Honeycomb BETA Review

We've got our hands on the brand new Swype 3.0 as it exists in beta, up for testing for Honeycomb devices. This beta is available to everyone who signs up for the program and you're freely welcomed to try it out for yourself at your own risk through Swype's own homepage. That said, let's have a demonstration / review look at this newest edition of the system and decide whether it's up to the task, the task being screens as big as your head!

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wifi Edition Hands-On and Unboxing

Behold! The thinnest and lightest tablet of them all! It's straight outta Samsung and it's got the newest Android system, that being Android 3.1 Honeycomb (as opposed to 3.0, that is,) and it's coming right at cha. Know before we start in here that we've gotten a look at the slightly earlier edition of this tablet in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Google I/O Limited Edition Review, but that this version is more of a "complete" version of the tablet in that it will hopefully be free of blemishes. We'll have our eyes glancing sideways at that while we give this masterpiece of a bit of hardware a full-on look over a full review period. Meanwhile, lets have a look!

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Honeycomb Android Tablet Listing Appear

What's that, is it LePad? Sort of! It's the USA version of China's LePad, here called the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 carrying around Android 3.0 Honeycomb and a slew of other elements you might rack up as oddities. Right now it's appearing in a couple of online stores as "out of stock" or "sold out" and you know what that means - coming on quick. This device is slated to be released in June and will be for sale at Buy.com and Krex first if they've got anything to say about it.

FriendCaster Tab Facebook App for Honeycomb Review

Welcome to FriendCaster Tab, the very first Facebook client specifically optimized for Android 3.0/3.1 Honeycomb. This application is a super simple one, so the following has a look at both this new version and the "Pro" version which was made with smaller handsets in mind. Which one should you choose? Probably both - you'll see what I mean when I move through the two in the video below. Does it make sense to simplify an app when you've got more space? We shall see.
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