Motorola Hints at Tablet Announcement during CES 2011

Motorola's coming 10-inch tablet better kick some butt for how much smack the company is talking.

Motorola has released a little YouTube video hinting at its expected announcement of its 10-inch tablet during the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 in Las Vegas. The video takes some jabs at tablets stuck running Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ and the iPad. Don’t worry, I’ve got the video and a breakdown of what we can expect Motorola ...

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Android ‘Honeycomb’ Really Version 2.4 and Coming in February?

The Android Logo

Google’s brand-new 2.3 ‘Gingerbread’ update to its smart phone operating system—Android—might be overshadowed by a release of Android 2.4 ‘Honeycomb’ as early as February next year. Android Honeycomb has been widely expected to release as version 3.0, not 2.4. The update improves the Android platform to better support devices like tablets that have larger screens ...

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Gmail’s Creator Doesn’t Think Google’s Chrome OS Will Survive

Google's test netbook for Google Chrome OS, the CR-48

Google demonstrated its new Chrome OS to the world last week but already the pundits are tearing into it. Perhaps the strongest voice coming out against Chrome OS is that of Paul Buchheit, a former Google employee who created Gmail. He recently tweeted, “Prediction: ChromeOS will be killed next year (or ‘merged’ with Android).” Ouch. ...

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Acer Goes Big with 4.8” Smartphone, 7” and 10.1” Tablets

Acer has just announced three huge, new Android OS powered devices for early 2011. When I say huge, I really mean huge. While Acer has not yet announced the names yet for its new smartphone and two new tablets, it has released plenty of information on them. The smartphone has a 4.8” screen at a resolution of 1024×480 pixels. Full details after the jump!

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Motorola’s MOTOPAD Tablet Powered by Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’

  Google and Motorola will partner up to usher Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’ into the world on Motorola’s coming MOTOPAD tablet. This is according to a Tweet from the website Mobile-Review, which said “Google choose MotoPad as a first device to show Android 3.0 - 7 inch version.” What exactly will the MotoPad be and what does ...

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