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HP’s TouchPad Can Play Flash Video’s

If you are worried about the HP TouchPad‘s performance when it comes to handling Flash, this we bring a great news for you. Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet will do Flash video right out of the gate just in case anyone had any doubts according to an HP executive. HP showed off its TouchPad demonstrating a Flash video which it can run out of the…
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Google Phasing Out Support For Older Browsers

Google has announced that it will be phasing out support for older browsers beginning August 1 and it will start with the loss of certain features, but it will eventually turn into loss of those web services altogether. Google wants to take full advantage of HTML5 technology and older browsers such as Internet Explorer 7, Safari 3, Firefox 3.5 and…
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BlackBerry PlayBook With Wi-Fi Coming To Sprint

BlackBerry PlayBook headed to Sprint and Sprint Marketing Director Gerald Evans revealed on his personal blog earlier today that the WiFi-only, 16GB version of the tablet will be hitting Sprint stores on Sunday, June 5th for the usual $499.99. Sprint has stated in the past that a 4G WiMAX enabled BlackBerry PlayBook would join their network in the…
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Galaxy Tab 10.1 To hit Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is appears that Best Buy has now posted a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 page on their website, although offering very little else. Apparently the page also only shows the black version of the tablet so it’s not clear if Best Buy will offer the white model and confirm the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will come out to play with Android…
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BlackBerry PlayBook Coming To UK

RIM is launching the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in the UK on June 16th and you'll have to pay up £400 (16GB), £480 (32GB), or £560 (64GB) for your slate. The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is a first for the BlackBerry line of mobile devices and features a 1 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of system RAM, flash-based storage, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and…
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Toshiba ANT-Series Android 3.0 Tablets Delayed

The latest version of Google’s Android 3.0 or Honeycomb OS seems to be one of the most popular platforms as it is being adopted by several slates these days and Toshiba’s upcoming Honeycomb-powered allegedly dubbed ANT series of tablets was shown as retailing at $449.99.Antares Toshiba is the trade name of the device, it shows a balanced and…
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AT&T HP Veer 4G

AT&T officially announces HP Veer 4G, available May 15th for $100 and that will buy you a 2.6-inch 320 x 400 display, an 800MHz Snapdragon processor, a slide-out QWERY keyboard, a 5 megapixel camera, 8GB of internal storage and, of course, webOS 2.1 for an OS, all in a package about the size of a credit card.The smartphone is the first of many…
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Angry Birds Coming To BlackBerry PlayBook

RIM announced that the BlackBerry PlayBook will soon get its first notable game: Angry Birds and there is no public release date, nor do we know if the PlayBook will get exclusive levels or any special jazz.By some estimates Angry Birds has been downloaded more than 30 million times and it is not that the Playbook does not have plenty of other…
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Android 3.1 Coming With Adobe Flash Player 10.2 Support

Adobe has announced that Adobe Flash 10.2 Player for Android is now available through Android Market as a final release. In the list of changes, Adobe mentions “Hardware accelerated video presentation” and “Enhanced browser integration for Honeycomb tablets”, and both apparently require a little something called Android 3.1.
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Sprint Motorola Xoom WiFi

Sprint starts selling Motorola Xoom WiFi (not WiMAX) May 8th for $600 and the carrier will start selling folks the sweet Honeycomb slate soon enough, but a Xoom sans Sprint cellular data is a bit of a letdown.4G LTE for the XOOM being pushed back until Summer it is clear that Motorola doesn’t have the right hardware just yet for 4G and maybe when…
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