So fresh off of the press is a new rumor which Android and Me are reporting on regarding the rumored Google's 7-inch Nexus Tablet that would be selling for $199 when it is released, if it actually exists. According to two reliable sources that Android and Me spoke with at MWC 2012, Asus will be the company building the device.
If you haven't noticed by now with the internet full of upcoming MWC 2012 news, this event is drawing near and the closer it gets, the more information is getting out about various Android devices whether it is through a leak or a company teasing a new product.
If you’ve been keeping count on the continuing saga of Samsung and Apple paten wars then add a point on the scoreboard for the Korean giant. According to a Bloomberg report, the Cupertino based company’s latest attempt to ban the newly redesigned Galaxy Tab, 10.1 N and Galaxy Nexus was dismissed by the German court.
For those that currently own the Transformer Prime may want to brace your selves: ASUS may soon release a device to replace Prime. While this might sound like the updated Prime Asus announced back at CES that apparently isn’t the case.
We don't do a lot of posting regarding contests elsewhere on the internet but this one is rather large and getting more Android devices into people hands is always a good thing too. With that said, ZAGG is giving away a Kindle Fire every day for the month of February.
We usually don't make it a habit to post about rumors or what 'sources say' most of the time but when it comes to the idea of a Google branded tablet (think Nexus tablet), we can't help but get a little excited at the thought of one. It would be about damn time too that Google made one.
We already know about a company called Envizions who happen to be developing the EVO 2 gaming console which will sport a dual-core processor and the Android operating system. Since we've reported on it the console has undergone some delays due to adding new features like motion gestures and things of that nature.
Yesterday we reported on the fact that the Asus Transformer Prime comes with a locked and encrypted bootloader, making many people in the modding world rather annoyed to say the least. Whether it is to use ROMs, develop them or whatever else you want to do with a rooted Transformer Prime, a locked bootloader which is encrypted makes things very difficult.
Looking for a reason to plunk down for a $400 to officially play Playstation games? You’re in luck as Sony slashed a cool $100 permanently off its curiously shaped “unique asymmetric design” Tablet S. This is the second discount in a matter of weeks for the Sony S tablet.
A double shot of Asus Transformer Prime news coming our way today. If you have one of these bad boys on order or happen to be lucky enough to already have one delivered then you'll be pleased to know that an update for the Prime is pushing out today which increases the overall performance of the tablet.
Fans of the Toshiba Android tablets possibly have some good news in store for them in regards to any sort of Tegra 3 quad-core device coming from the company. According to an article over at UberGizmo, Toshiba has been benchmark testing what appears to be a Tegra 3 tablet.