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AT&T finally looks to Android as Verizon iPhone 4 launch looms

January 27th, 2011

When it comes to high end superphones that make gadget fiends’ mouths water, AT&T has been a no-show in recent history. Some argue that the arrival of the iPhone made the carrier complacent, thus allowing Verizon Wireless to carve out a new role as the premier U.S. supplier of beastly smartphones. With Verizon Wireless preparing …

T-Mobile’s G-Slate, Streak 7 and Galaxy S 4G get rumored release dates

January 25th, 2011

According to supposed internal T-Mobile documents, details surrounding the release of three upcoming devices may have just been revealed. The information, while unconfirmed, lines up well with previous rumors in several instances. First up, the Dell Streak 7 will supposedly launch on February 2nd for $299.99 with a two-year contract. Unveiled at the Consumer Electronics …

HTC Flyer could be a 7-inch tablet with yesterday’s OS and last year’s specs

January 25th, 2011

Unconfirmed reports claim to reveal the specs of an unannounced tablet soon to be unveiled by HTC. Norwegian enthusiast blog amobil claims to have sources and an internal document that provide details surrounding HTC’s forthcoming “HTC Flyer” tablet. Thought to launch as one of HTC’s first tablet offerings, the device curiously has specs that barely …

Motorola XOOM may launch February 17th for $699.99 from Best Buy

January 24th, 2011

According to a new report, retail giant Best Buy is set to launch Motorola’s highly anticipated XOOM tablet on February 17th for $699.99. A price tag of $699.99 would position the XOOM in line with Apple’s 64GB iPad tablet, and make it $100 more expensive than Apple’s 32GB iPad. Motorola stated that the XOOM tablet will …

Over 100 tablets were unveiled at CES 2011 – here’s a list of all of them

January 24th, 2011

It wasn’t hard to predict that this year’s Consumer Electronics Show would be all about consumer tablets — Apple’s iPad carved out a new product segment that manufacturers around the world are now hell-bent on saturating. When all was said and done and the smoke cleared, however, there weren’t many people who guessed that CES …

T-Mobile G-Slate gets FCC approval

January 15th, 2011

T-Mobile subscribers waiting to get their first taste of honey may be pleased to learn that T-Mobile’s Android 3.0 tablet was recently approved by the FCC. Built by LG, the Honeycomb-powered G-Slate was announced at CES amid a flurry of Android offerings. Set to be unleashed on the U.S. some time in the next few …

Motorola Xoom hands-on [Video]

January 8th, 2011

Ready for some quality time with Motorola’s new Xoom tablet? The folks from the big glowing red M sat down with us this afternoon and provided a bit of a sneak peak into the world of the Xoom tablet. While the Android 3.0-based device wasn’t running a fully functional version of the new OS, we …

Samsung prepping dual-core phones, tablets for MWC

January 7th, 2011

We’re still deep in day two of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show and apparently Samsung has already moved on. Speaking at CES on Friday, Samsung’s president of mobile J. K. Shin discussed the company’s big plans for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month. “We will continue to keep our technology leadership this year. In …

Verizon unveils 10 4G LTE device; smartphones, tablets and more

January 6th, 2011

At a press conference moments ago, Verizon Wireless unveiled a host of upcoming devices built for its 4G LTE network. From smartphones, to tablets, to laptop computers and mobile hotspots — Verizon had all the bases covered at today’s event. Here’s a quick rundown of each 4G device covered by the Big Red event: HTC …