Japan’s NTT DOCOMO just announced a March 31st retail offering of LG’s Optimus Pad. The Android-based tablet features a 8.9-inch 1280 x 768 pixel screen! And is commonly known as the G-Slate! Besides its 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor and internationally compatible 3G data and GPS, the Optimus Pad’s most noteworthy features are Read the rest of this entry
“Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and new Galaxy Tab 10.1: thinner than the iPad 2, dual-core power, TouchWiz 4.0”
“You know who took the iPad 2 launch pretty seriously? Samsung, that’s who. Just as we had heard, the company’s executives were impressed by Apple’s ability to slim down its tablet and, well, it turns out that it took it as a challenge to come up with some thinner tablets of its own. That’s right, in addition to theSamsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 that we have seen repeatedly teased over the last few weeks the company’s announcing a totally revamped Galaxy Tab 10.1, and both slates are incredibly thin yet very well spec’d. On top of that, both will be the first Honeycomb tablets to stray from the pure Android 3.0 experience and add what Samsung’s taken to calling its TouchWiz UX or TouchWiz 4.0 Read the rest of this entry
Motorola XOOM is the first tablet to feature an update the latest Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) operating system which will prepare the tablet to receive Flash Player 10.2 from the Android Market.
If your Xoom has been unlocked or modified, it will need to be restored first as the update can be received over 3G or WiFi. Read the rest of this entry
Adobe has announced that the Flash Player 10.2 for Androidwill be available for download for Android 2.2, Android 2.3 and Android 3.0 from March 18th. Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) users will have to first get the Android 3.0.1 software update to install the Flash Player 10.2 Beta app.
This is what Adobe has to say about Flash Player 10.2 for Android: Read the rest of this entry