What happened to the JooJoo tablet?

The story of the JooJoo tablet stands out in the tablet world as being the least professional product development in history (read the full story

June 21, 2011 Tablets

Acer Iconia A100 may finally be headed to stores

The Acer Iconia Was A100, aka the A500’s 7-inch brother, was supposed to be released a while ago. Many speculated that Honeycomb’s dislike of 7-inch

June 21, 2011 Android, Tablets

Dell Streak comes to Pakistan via Mobilink

Just when you thought the Dell Streak international rollout was over and done with, Pakistan carrier Mobilink throws a curve ball and announces they are

June 21, 2011 StreakSmart

Want to write for G&E? [Updated]

In a few short days, there will be two new EVOs out in the wild: the EVO 3D smartphone and the EVO View 4G tablet.

June 21, 2011 Good and EVO

Best Buy prices OtterBox Defender case for HTC EVO 3D at $49.99

The officially unreleased and unannounced OtterBox Defender Series case for the HTC EVO 3D sure isn't making an effort to keep itself a secret. First

June 21, 2011 Accessories, Good and EVO

Rooted Gingerbread update (4.24.651.1) already available for flashing on HTC EVO 4G

Just as he did with the last OTA update (version 4.22.651.2) for the HTC EVO 4G, xda-developers' xHausx has made quick work of Sprint's latest

June 21, 2011 Good and EVO

Sprint Premier customers can buy HTC EVO 3D today

When Sprint finally answered the "when?" and "how much?" questions that were being asked about the HTC EVO 3D since its debut in March, it

June 21, 2011 Good and EVO

Wacom releases Wacom Paper, Penultimate-ripoff with half the features

Wacom’s new capacitive stylus started shipping a couple of weeks ago and apparently Wacom felt that an app to go with it was in order.

June 20, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets

Developers are leaving BlackBerry OS, starting with Seesmic

Unfortunately for RIM, BlackBerry smartphones have not been selling well lately. Neither has the PlayBook; outside of total geeks and frequent TV-watchers, who actually knows

June 20, 2011 BlackBerry

The death of unlimited continues as Verizon introduces tiered data plans

Oh, how I will miss unlimited data plans. First, AT&T got rid of them, then T-Mobile followed, and Sprint began edging closer to tiered plans. Now,

June 20, 2011 Features
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