We're at Mobile World Congress 2011 at the Motorola presentation and we've been given a very basic rundown of some of the features you'll see with the out-of-box build of Motorola XOOM's user interface. This tablet is of course
Adobe announced at Mobile World Conference in Barcelona today that source code for Adobe Flash 10.2 has been released to tier one developers and should make it's way to Android smartphones and tablets within the next few weeks.
Well, Best Buy let the cat out of the bag when they posted a preorder page for the Motorola Xoom on their website yesterday. And plenty of people not only noticed, but they also noticed the steep $1200 price tag, which
Qualcomm has made a major league splash at MWC this week with a broad range of announcements designed to make mobile platforms faster and more powerful. Here's how they break down and why you should care: Continue Reading...
Acer announced the Iconia Tab A100 at Mobile World Congress this week in Barcelona. The 7" tablet will run Android 3 (Honeycomb), the OS built from the ground up to make tablet's really cook. Additionally, the Iconia Tab is
Our pals over at TBreak have got their hands on a brand spanking new model of the Motorola XOOM, the tablet all Android superfans are flipping their lids over because it's been made in close collaboration with Google's Android
T-Mobile is really going for it with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, putting it on sale for as low as $249.00. The slim, 7" tablet requires a 2-year contract on a qualifying plan the the sale price is after a $50 mail-in rebate. Half
Waaay back in December of 2010, the folks at Advent had a rather disturbing set of words to share, all of them adding up to the fact that they'd be pulling Flash Player 10.1 from their Vega tablets until further notice. Why?
As reported early today on SlashGear, it appears that America's appetite for the "Beeb" is not waning anytime soon as BBC has announced their iPlayer app will be coming soon to not only the iPad, but Android tablets tablets as
Imagine a world where you can do with your Android device all the things you've been able to do on your desktop for years. That world is becoming a reality. First with the Atrix 4G working on a laptop interface, now a pen that