android tablet

Play Store to feature tablet optimized apps starting November 21st

Google has been trying to get app developers focused on Android tablets for some time. By asking them time and again to design their apps to look good on tablets as well as phones, Google is trying to get them to understand the importance of the platform. Starting on November 21st, they’re getting a bit heavy-handed about it.

Nexus 7 2013 official cases arrive in the Play Store

Official Nexus 7 sleeve style cases arrived in the Play Store within weeks of when the tablet was originally announced. And as of today, it looks like those who picked up the 2013 edition Nexus 7 now have another case option available. Well, as there are numerous third party cases available, we should clarify this latest is an official offering and available by way of the Play Store.

Archos’ Platinum tablet lineup now available

If you’re looking for a good entry-level tablet, Archos is often a good bet. With their new Platinum lineup, Archos is definitely pinching from the iPad lineup in regard to device design. What they’re not doing is presenting a steep price tag to accompany them.

Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets unveiled with Android 4.2.2

Following some earlier rumors, Dell has re-entered the Android world this morning. Specifically, to the Android tablet market with the introduction of the Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets. As the numbers in the name imply, these are 7-inch and 8-inch tablets and both are IPS with a resolution of 1280 x 800. Otherwise, both are sporting relatively low price points and both are expected to arrive a bit later in the month.

Dell “Venue 8″ tipped as new Android tablet

Dell’s new Venue tablet is an 8-inch Windows machine, said to be running Windows 8.1 and available sometime this month. In a strange twist, it seems there is a Dell tablet passing through the FCC’s WiFi certification, which goes by “Venue 8”. While no other details are offered, it seems as though Dell is double dipping!