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By Will765 On 8 Apr, 2013 At 01:49 PM | Categorized As News | With 2 Comments
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  A pair of brothers in California decided that the fact that Nexus tablets don’t have a microsd card slot was annoying. So they decided to correct this problem by creating a mini microsd card reader that plugs into a miniusb port.  After much searching, they found a USB IC chip that works with a [...]


By Will765 On 30 Jan, 2012 At 12:12 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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According to a study released by Flurry, the Amazon Kindle Fire has totally revamped the android tablet market.  Unlike most other analyses, which look at units shipped and therefore not units sold, Flurry has a different approach,  by tracking end user application sessions over time. This allows strictly measuring what device is being used for actual [...]


By Will765 On 27 Jan, 2012 At 12:25 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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Strategy Analytics have released another study regarding tablets, and it’s good news for both android and Apple. Overall, 66.9 million tablets were shipped in 2011, up from 18.6 million in 2010. In the fourth quarter alone, 26.8 million units went out. Of course, the holiday season is typically the biggest quarter for sales.  Still, the [...]


By Will765 On 27 Dec, 2011 At 01:43 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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For those who live in Canada, UK, and parts of Europe, Apple has begun it’s 12 Days of Christmas promotion. Download the free app, and every day there will be various music, video, app, and book downloads. Each download is available for only 24 hours, so you need to be alert. Starting December 26, the [...]


By Will765 On 7 Nov, 2011 At 12:15 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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Motorola has it’s two new Xoom tablets on the way soon, and now it looks like they will be adding yet another device.  The Corvair would seem to be a hybrid device, combining the functions of a remote with a tablet. With a six inch capacitive screen size, it seems a little large for a [...]


By Will765 On 29 Sep, 2011 At 11:31 AM | Categorized As News | With 2 Comments
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Amazon released it’s Kindle Fire tablet on 9/28, and the most important feature it has is it’s price. Expected before it’s debut to sell for $250, instead it will retail for only $199. Amazon is able to have such a low price by keeping the hardware to a minimum. No camera, GPS, HDMI out, sd [...]


By Will765 On 27 Sep, 2011 At 12:38 PM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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It seems Motorola has been “leaking” photos of the prototype new Xoom2 at a surprising rate. Looking at being released in two sizes, 8.2 inch and 10.1 inch, the tablets have a slightly odd, angled corner.  This is the smaller one, dubbed the media version.  Both sizes have 1.2GHZ dual core processors,  dual cameras with [...]


By admin On 26 Aug, 2011 At 02:25 AM | Categorized As Videos | With 2 Comments
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If you’re are looking for an instructional video and how to guide for rooting your Motorola Xoom you have found the right place, mr_wrong_0 of Tabletroms.com has created a wonderful video on rooting your Motorola Xoom.  After watching the below video, Its recommended that you  head into our forums to follow the step by step [...]


By Bhaskar Shrestha On 17 Aug, 2011 At 12:22 AM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments
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HTC has been on the receiving end of many infringement lawsuits, mostly from Microsoft and Apple. This time, they are suing Apple for patent infringement. And the timing has never been better.


By Will765 On 15 Aug, 2011 At 02:42 PM | Categorized As News | With 2 Comments
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For the first time, Google is moving into ownership of a major smartphone hardware maker, rather than a partnership.  Motorola Mobility Holdings will be bought at around 12.5 billion dollars, with a premium paid over the current stock price of around 63%.   Google CEO Larry Page wrote on his blog  ”The combination of Google [...]