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Tablets

Sprint ZTE Optik Android 3.2 tablet announced for only $99 on-contract

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In the market for a new tablet but don’t want to break the bank purchasing one? Sprint’s got you covered. The Now Network today officially announced the ZTE Optik, a low-cost Android Honeycomb tab…

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Android Phones and Devices

Toshiba Thrive 7 Review

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Bigger is better. Well, unless we’re talking about the Toshiba Thrive. While we had a mostly favorable review of the “Honeycomb Hulk,” certain elements of the design were a bit awkward. Mo…

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Tablets

Lenovo S2 IdeaTab and K2 IdeaPad tablet hands-on: Android’s second “Transformer” [Video]

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Lenovo hasn’t made as much in-roads in the North American and European markets as some of its Android competitors, but the company is making a big play to be as big in the western world as it is in its home bas…

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Asus

ASUS announces Eee Pad Memo and upgraded Transformer Prime TF700T

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ASUS is out to corner the Android tablet market with an upgrade to its already sought-after Transformer Prime, and a new 7-inch device slated to compete with smaller tablets. The ASUS Transformer Prime TF700T…

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Asus Tablets

ASUS Transformer Prime getting Ice Cream Sandwich Jan. 12, bootloader unlocking tool coming soon

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The ASUS Transformer Prime is the best Android tablet available and the first to run Tegra 3, so why are so many Android fans complaining about the hot new tablet? Well, because the Transformer Prime has a locked…

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Android Phones and Devices

ASUS Transformer Prime Review: greatness disguise sold separately

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Spoiler alert: the ASUS Transformer Prime is the best Android tablet that money can buy. It’s usually considered bad form to give away the conclusion of a review in the opening paragraph, but there’s no u…

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Google

Google revamps Image Search UI with new carousel and swipes for tablets

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Google Image Search looks a little different today. That’s because Google has just announced that its user interface has been changed to be more tablet-friendly. Yes, they’ve done that already…

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HTC Tablets

HTC Evo View 4G tablet on eBay for $239 – no contract required

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The HTC EVO View 4G, Sprint’s version of the HTC Flyer Android tablet, is on sale right now at eBay. At a steep discount. The Evo View 4G 32GB is currently available for only $239.95 without contract at the e…

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Android Hacks

Kindle Fire gets Android Market, Nook Tablet gets Amazon Appstore

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The entire reason that Amazon and Barnes & Noble sell their Android tablets for such low prices is because the companies intend to lock buyers into their systems and sell content. But because Android users…

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Tablets

Kindle Fire will get Hulu Plus and “several thousand” apps, but not all Android apps will be compatible

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The Amazon Kindle Fire launches next week with thousands of apps available through the just re-launched Amazon Appstore for Android. Amazon just sent us a note that Hulu Plus and ESPN Scorecenter will be among…

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Asus Tablets

Asus Transformer Prime brings premium Android tablet for $499. Honeycomb now, Ice Cream Sandwich soon

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Asus has previously displayed the Transformer Prime, the sleek follow-up to last year’s Asus Eeepad Transformer, but we’ve still been forced to playing the guessing game about what to expect fr…

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Sprint

Sprint caps more 4G data plans, but don’t freak out smartphones are still good

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Well, it looks like the folks over at Sprint are making some more alterations to its data plans. The Now Network has announced it will end unlimited WiMAX 4G data for certain plans. This news comes fresh off the c…

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Tablets

Amazon Kindle Fire is an Android-based tablet: Nov. 15 for $199 [SPECS]

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The Amazon Kindle Fire is official. Long-rumored and oft-speculated, the Kindle Fire is Amazon’s Android-based tablet and reading device set to take on he Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iPad, and seve…

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Tablets

IDC: Android’s tablet growth stalled by $99 Touchpad [duh]

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Research company IDC thinks retail demand will cool on Android tablets. After previously saying that Android ships 34 percent of the available tablets on the market, IDC thinks Android will drop to 23 percent…

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Toshiba Tablets

Toshiba AT200: the “ultra-thin, ultra light” Android Honeycomb tablet

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Toshiba has announced its second foray into the Android Honeycomb tablet market. While the first Toshiba tablet, The Thrive, was a little on the thick side, the Toshiba AT200 is svelte. The Toshiba AT200 is a ne…

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