Sony’s S2 Dual Screen Tablet Heads to Ma Bell’s 4th G

Tablets are slowly becoming the new trend. Something like the idea behind net books, the only difference is people actually want and are using tablets. Thank the iPad or whomever you’d like the tablet ear is upon us and just gearing up. But if you’re a large multimedia empire and your tablet is not on ...

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Is Apple responsible for the delay of RIM’s Blackberry Playbook?

No. Only RIM can take credit for that. The Blackberry Playbook has been rumored then used to tease and taunt us but after a bit of delay the Playbook is now on its way to the market place. The Playbook is slated to launch April 19th so in just a few short weeks the likes of the ...

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Motorola confirms the Wi-Fi Xoom at $599

If you are anything like me you would never consider adding another ‘plan’ to your tablet purchase, its just seems redundant with the advent of hotspots etc. Good news today for people like you and me. If you have been considering picking up a new Motorola Xoom, but you were waiting for the Wi-Fi only ...

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HP’s New Palm Topaz Tablet gets exposed

Awhile back news broke about the giant computer company HP buying out one of the best cell phone companies ever Palm. The buyout came at a perfect time for the pretty much sunken ship Palm and the anticipation as to what HP would do with such a solid cell phone maker was – and very ...

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Pricing leaks on Motorola’s new Xoom Tablet and ThunderBolt smartphone

Motorola is heading into 2011 with some highly anticipated devices, mainly their new Xoom tablet and ThunderBolt smart phone. While both these new devices were announced a few weeks back at CES there were no prices and we all know no matter how cool you new toy is the price is usually the main selling ...

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What to Expect at CES 2011

Vizio wants in on the smartphone market.

In two days, CES 2011 will begin. The event which lasts from January 6th to 9th will bring together most of the top players in the world of consumer electronics, including cellphone manufacturers and cellular carriers. If you are into wireless news, this is one Consumer Electronics Show that you will want to keep tabs ...

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RIM Responds to PlayBook Battery Life Claims

RIM says the PlayBook's battery is doing just fine.

Earlier this week, Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu said that his sources indicate that Research In Motion’s upcoming PlayBook tablet only has a “few hours” of battery life. He then compared that presumably three hour estimate to the iPad’s ten hours and the Galaxy Tab’s six hours. Battery life is essential for tablets—almost as important ...

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T-Mobile Could Launch the Motorola Cliq 2 and the Dell Streak 7 on January 19th

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T-Mobile doesn’t want to get left behind with all the of the amazing new phones and tablets coming out soon. According to TmoNews, January 19th could be the magic date for the release of the Motorola Cliq and the Dell Streak 7 on the carrier. While the blog has faith in its source, it does note ...

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BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Has Battery Life Issues—Blame QNX OS

View of the PlayBook tablet's operating system

Research in Motion’s coming tablet device—the BlackBerry PlayBook—might have an unexpected snag. According to Shaw Wu, an analyst at Kaufman Bros., the PlayBook currently has only a “few hours” of battery life. What is to blame for the dismal battery performance? Wu thinks the problem lies with the new BlackBerry Tablet OS that RIM’s recently ...

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New iPad 2 Rumor Hints at Size and Speakers

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While the Apple iPad 2 rumors have been big touting improved specs like screen resolution, processor speed and the like, the latest talks about the actual physical dimensions of the tablet and the speakers inside. Okay, it is not the most exciting stuff, but it should keep your iPad love under control until you can ...

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BlackBerry Losing out to iOS at Businesses Because of Screen Size?

Business intelligence—basically business executive reports—on smart phones never really took off in the pre-iPhone era because of screen size limitations. At least that is what Sanju Bansal, the chief operating officer at Microstrategy says. In a recent article from Forbes, his view of what is driving corporate growth of custom apps for its employees is ...

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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?

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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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BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Possibly Arriving as Early as February

RIM says the PlayBook's battery is doing just fine.

The highly anticipated BlackBerry PlayBook tablet could arrive as soon as the end of February 2011. The rough release date comes from Research In Motion’s statements regarding the device. It has said that early 2011 will be when a Wi-Fi only PlayBook model goes on sale and now the company’s VP of Investor Relations has ...

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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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