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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer and Acer Iconia Tab A500 are apparently expected to get Android 3.1 Honeycomb update in early June, following Motorola Xoom, which was the first tablet to get the Android 3.1 update. More »


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We already know that Amazon is recently working on a new line of Android devices, and now it has been revealed that two tablets are codenamed ‘Coyote‘ and ‘Hollywood.’ Coyote is the lower-end device in the line and it will be powered by a dual-core NVDIA Tegra 2 chip. Hollywood will come with a quad-core NVDIA Tegra 3 chip, which is expected to be released in this year’s Q3. More »


From Htcyou: The HTC Flyer tablet will soon be appearing in stores in Canada! The Flyer was mentioned on the HTC Sense Canada website so it should be introduced in Canada pretty soon, most likely to be released by Telus or other operators. More »


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There has been a bunch of talk going around concerning the Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich for Android for a bit now. The original Galaxy Tab owners might feel a little left out, but keep a positive outlook! More »


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The Shezhen Careeror Technology of China recently revealed their Apple iPad lookalike, the CM9701 tablet. Not the whole device is based on the iPad, when booted, the CM9701 will be seen running the Android operating system instead of the iOS. More »


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So many different tablets have been coming out! There was one in particular which was released and got its turn in the spotlight then sort of just shrank back into a corner, the Adam tablet by Notion Ink. In the company’s latest blogpost, they have recently announced that the Adam will be receiving some major updates in the near future! More »


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The Shape Services’ iDisplay utility app allows you to use your iPad or iPhone as an extra monitor for your laptop. Shape Services has now introduced an Android version with Honeycomb support and Xoom capability. More »


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The 16GB ASUS Eee Pad Transformer was available at Best Buy for $399, a great deal for an economical Android tablet. ASUS had announced that the Eee Pad Transformer would be available in small quantities for launch. With a great deal and low stock amount, the tablet was almost immediately sold out at Best Buy. More »


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Dell’s newest 10-inch tablet, which was codenamed Dell “Gallo”, seems to have gotten its official name: “Dell Streak Pro”. It still sounds like an awesome name to us! Along with the official name comes some specs that will sure delight consumers! More »


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Surprise, surprise. Seems that new information regarding Dell’s newest Android and Windows tablets has been leaked, not that it’s really a surprise. More »


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Rumors have been going around about Amazon working on an Android tablet. They had previously launched their Android Appstore and had several job listings for Android-experienced engineers. Now, they are rumored to be working with Samsung to create the hardware for their Android tablet. Nothing has been confirmed so far, but the rumor for their new Android tablet is most likely to be true. More »


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Yes, that’s right: you can get a Samsung Galaxy Tab for only $299! Sounds too good to be true, right? And if you thought that, you would be absolutely right. This deal comes from Australia. For Australians, it’s good. For all you international folks, it might be a little more complicated for you. More »


From Htcyou: The T-Mobile G-Slate has recently just been released and it will be available for $529 with a new two year contract after a $100 mail-in rebate. Just in case you’ve forgotten, here are the full specs of the device: More »


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The Motorola XOOM is set to be carried on Sprint’s network but it doesn’t stop the company from trying to create a XOOM for everyone, regardless of tax bracket and economic background. More »


From Htcyou: Evolve Three has a goal of being the world’s most versatile touchscreen tablets, and you can say that their progress towards the completion of the goal is quite well. Their new Maestro C tablet has got some pretty interesting hardware: a 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 inside, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, something you usually suspect from a notebook. It has also got a bezel that physically rotates and can turn into a kickstand at the same time. Plus, it has a removable wireless keyboard that also is a hard-shell protector for the 10.1 touchscreen. More »


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