Tag Archives: Android 3.2

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE for Bell launching on December 7

The tablet that has managed to find itself between the original (and updated) 7-inch Galaxy Tab and the 10.1-inch Tab looks to be making its way to another international carrier, bringing along with it plenty of LTE technology to boot. At least, that’s what we’re lead to believe in this latest leak, which shows the tablet heading to the Canadian carrier… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android 3.2 update rolling out now, reportedly breaking WiFi and other features

Everyone loves a good update, especially when it brings your favorite software to the latest and greatest version. Luckily for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners out there, the update to Android 3.2 is now being rolled out. However, while an update like this should go over well enough, that doesn’t seem to be the case at all. For some, plenty in fact, owners… Read more

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime officially announced

NVIDIA is obviously pretty excited about their quad-core gadgets coming down the pipe, and for good reason. There are plenty of folks out there eagerly anticipating getting their mitts on these devices and putting them through their paces. And no other device is highly sought after as the Transformer Prime from ASUS, which is set to be the first quad-core… Read more

T-Mobile SpringBoard launching November 16 for $179.99

T-Mobile is on a roll today with tablet announcements, which shouldn’t surprise anyone considering the holiday shopping season is right around the corner. While we just bore witness to the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, T-Mobile isn’t slowing down there. Oh no, they’ve also got the T-Mobile SpringBoard coming down the… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus priced in Italy at €499

Around the middle of November, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will be landing in retail stores. The updated version to the original Tab that started it all for Samsung’s Android-powered tablet frenzy boasts some impressive specs, and the price tag is doing a good job of reflecting that, well before launch. It should be noted that this price is far from… Read more

Upscaling of phone-sized apps coming to honeycomb

Currently, Android applications that have not specifically been redesigned for tablet use are stretched out in Honeycomb, often presenting an awkward imitation of the original program’s UI. But in a soon-to-be-released update, Honeycomb will change the way it handles these old phone apps–instead of stretching and compromising the UI, leaving loads of… Read more

Huawei MediaPad packs Honeycomb into a 7-inch bundle

Huawei may not be the biggest name in Android, but that isn’t stoping the company from producing quite possibly the most drool-worthy Honeycomb tablet to date. Today, June 20th, the Huawei MediaPad has been unveiled, and boy does it look nice. Borrowing on some design elements from other top manufacturers across the globe, the MediaPad features an… Read more