Posts Tagged Android 3.0

RIM Blackberry PlayBook – will it succeed?

For years, the PC market was dominated by one operating system. A lot of people weren’t keen on it but it did provide one useful outcome – and that’s the fact that you could go as close as you could to guaranteeing that the software would run on your computer. Because just about every computer […]

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HTC to launch Flyer tablet in US April: report

Smartphone maker HTC is expected to launch its first Android tablet into the US market in April, according to a Taiwanese news source. The HTC Flyer is a seven-inch Android 2.3 tablet and is expected to launch in small numbers in the US no later than early April. According to the report in Digitimes.com, problems […]

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Samsung announces Android 3.0 Galaxy Tab 10.1v tablet in Australia

Korean tech giant Samsung has announced its upcoming Android 3.0 tablet will be released in Australia mid-April. The limited-edition Galaxy Tab 10.1v will be exclusive to Vodafone. Pricing will be $729 outright, including 6GB of data (three-month expiry) or $259 plus $39 per month over 12 months, including 1.5GB of data per month. The tablet […]

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Concerns over Android 3.0 tablet battery life, support: report

A report by online new source Digitimes.com suggests all may not be as well as expected in the land of Android 3.0 tablets. The report quotes sources familiar with tablet makers saying that notebook brand ASUS is set to launch its new Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) EeePad Transformer tablet this Friday with other major brands – […]

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Pioneer Computers launches Android 3.0 tablet

With Apple having launched its iPad 2 (at least in the US), all eyes are now on the what will likely be a river of tablet devices based on Google’s new Android 3.0 operating system codenamed “Honeycomb”. Australian vendor Pioneer Computers has announced its first model at the Hong Kong Expo, the new DreamBook ePad […]

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