The CLIQ 2 was announced by Motorola today and proved to its audience that it will be a pretty solid device. It will carry a 3.7 in screen and run a 1Ghz processor. It will run MOTOBLUR so you can expect it to be great for social
Another tablet, the G-Slate, is soon to be released by LG. This device will be 4G capable and also run Android 3.0 Honeycomb optimized for tablet computers. No hardware information has been discussed concerning this tablet thus
The 10.1 inch XOOM tablet by Motorola was unveiled at todays press conference at CES, Las Vegas. This year Motorola offers a new "first" by confirming that the XOOM will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Thats not even half of it; the
Motorola has been on a streak today with their Android devices, especially when we think about high-profile the company is aiming these devices to be. With the Motorola ATRIX 4G, the company touts it as the first smartphone to
It's official. Honeycomb is version 3.0 and definitely an OS optimized for tablet use. The Android youtube page was updated earlier today with a video displaying actual use of the new operating system. Clips of book reading, the
A new e-reader named Mirasol (after mirasol paper technology) will supposedly be running Android OS at this year's CES event according the picture below. Continue Reading...
There is no word on when this phone is to be released nor how much it will cost, but the entire spec sheet has been viewable by HTC. It will include both a 3.2in HVGA touchscreen and 3.2 MP camera, FM radio, and GPS. Although not
The tablet market is certainly one that's heating up, especially with CES 2011 fully underway. We know there's even more devices coming, most of which will be running Google's mobile Operating System Android. However, one tablet
Well it's official, the AT&T Samsung Infuse is projected to be available in the second quarter of 2011. It will boast a 1.2 Ghz Hummingbird processor and feature the first 4.5in AMOLED Plus screen on any Android device.
HTC and Samsung aren't the only manufacturers jumping onto the AT&T 4G bandwagon, as Motorola is ready to jump into the mix as well. The company has unveiled their brand new Motorola ATRIX 4G, which can be surmised from the title