Sony is beginning to roll out an update for their Sony S tablet which will bring native support for the Playstation controller. Already live out in Japan, the update will allow users to plug their Playstation controller into the Sony S Tablet via USB.
Just when you thought all the Nexus news would start to slow down, the Google Chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt has decided to stir up the pot a little more by revealing that Google is working on a tablet of "the highest quality" which looks to be hitting the market in early 2012.
Considering all the weirdness that seems to be following the Transformer Prime quad-core Android tablet release with things like delays and pre-orders being cancelled, it seems things could be getting back on track, at least over at Amazon as there is a new 64GB model up for pre-orders.
Since a plethora of people bought themselves a Kindle Fire recently and a lot of people have already rooted it, there is some more good news today for you. A developer has already managed to port Android 4.0 onto the Kindle Fire.
Some bad news coming down the pipeline for anyone who has pre-ordered an Asus Transformer Prime from Amazon. Unfortunately it looks like letters (e-mails) are going out stating that orders are being canceled due to a supply shortage from the supplier.
Pre-orders have just begun as of yesterday through both Amazon and Asus for the Tegra 3 quad-core Transformer Prime tablet. GameStop is also apparently going to be carrying this monster of a tablet as well and happen to be showing it off on their site. The interesting news though is that they have also added a release date!
You've probably been reading all about the Asus Transformer Prime and Tegra 3 quad-core chips for the past month or two at least. Well for those of you who have been drooling over the Transformer Prime and saving up those pennies to get one, the official Asus Transformer Prime page is up and pre-order are also live over at Amazon or Asus.
nVidia has released a new video showcasing Android's latest OS, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich (or Android 4.0 for those of you who dislike desserts), but instead of having it running on a prototype Tegra 3 quad-core tablet, they are showing it off on a production model of an Asus Transformer Prime.
Over the past 24 hours or so there have been plenty of rumors floating around about upcoming Tegra 3 quad-core tablets that could be heading our way. While the Asus Transformer Prime is official, Lenovo recently got some news time with their apparent Tegra 3 tablet that is coming. Now HTC and Acer are joining the party.
While this is a more of a humorous post than anything, Engadget got wind of the world's largest Android tablet which measures in at 65", runs Honeycomb and runs at 1080p HD resolution. To put this into perspective, the average home flat screen TV is between 42"-50" in size.
Lenovo has apparently had their upcoming Tegra 3 quad-core tablet specs leaked today and so far they are looking pretty serious in terms of power. This new Lenovo tablet will be running the latest version of Android called Ice Cream Sandwich and will be stuffed with a Tegra 3 quad-core chipset.