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Asus Eee Pad tablets to get Android 3.2 update “over the air”

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28 Jul
2011
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Owners of Asus’ Eee Pad tablets will start getting an “over-the-air” firmware update for their devices from today, giving them a number of new functionalities offered by the latest version of Google’s tablet operating system.

 
Tagged in: android, google, Software, Tablet, Android 3.2, Asus Eee Pad Transformer, Huawei MediaPad, Ice Cream Sandwich, Motorola Xoom, over the air update,  
 

Wi-Fi-only Motorola Xoom comes to Singapore on April 22 at S$888

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20 Apr
2011
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It looks like Motorola will be among the first to ship an Android 3.0 tablet computer here in Singapore, when it starts putting its much-touted Xoom on shelves here on April 22.

 
Tagged in: android, Featured, google, Tablet, Android 3.0, Motorola Xoom, Singapore price and availability,  
 

Opera introduces browsers for tablets and TVs

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23 Mar
2011
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The dust has barely settled from Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) and Firefox 4, and we’re getting news of a new effort by Opera aimed at breaking into the smartphone tablet market.

 
Tagged in: Internet, Software, Tablet, browser, Chrome, Firefox 4, IE9, Motorola Xoom, Opera Mini, Opera Mobile 11,  
 

Android 3.0 tablets emerge at CES 2011

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6 Jan
2011
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After weeks of “leaked” videos and pictures from gadget sites, a number of new Android tablets are making themselves seen at the ongoing CES electronics show at Las Vegas this week and bringing more choices to the tablet market this year.

Among the announcements at the annual tech fest, the most significant piece of news has been Google’s unveiling of Android 3.0, its much-awaited “built entirely for tablet” operating system more popularly known by the codename Honeycomb.

 
Tagged in: android, Featured, google, Tablet, Android 3.0, Asus Eee Pad Slider, Chrome, Gingerbread, Google Maps, Motorola Xoom,