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iLounge’s iPad 2 Buyer’s Guide is out

iLounge is the biggest site out there for mobile Apple devices, and they have a lot of resources at their disposal. Every so often, those

June 01, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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RayNova RAY1 is a $153 Android 2.2 tablet

Here in the United States, we're used to the price range of $200-$300 for 7" Android tablets. Now, usually these are of lesser quality than

June 01, 2011 Android
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Will MIDs have a rebirth?

There was a time when basically all Jenn covered on Pocketables were devices like the one you see above. But then companies started to move

June 01, 2011 Features, UMPC
2

Android users use a lot more data than others

Android is a great operating system. You can basically do anything you want with your device and customize it in any way you find suitable.

June 01, 2011 Android
17

Gingerbread OTA update headed to HTC EVO beginning June 6th, available for manual update June 3rd

We may not be able to get our hands on the HTC EVO 3D on June 3rd like we hoped/expected, but according to a document

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Using Samsung Galaxy Tab as a scanner

Given the recent coverage of the HTC Flyer and other 7-inch Android tablets, I thought I would show you how to use the Samsung Galaxy

June 01, 2011 Android
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HTC EVO 3D available June 24 from Radio Shack

Here it is, guys and gals. Yet another leaked Radio Shack flyer has surfaced ahead of its intended circulation date, and this time it's "the

June 01, 2011 Good and EVO
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Guy creates DIY iPad audio breakout dock

The iPad is becoming quite popular with artists, both well known and less known. One of these artists, Qubais “Reed” Ghazala, has as much a

May 31, 2011 Accessories, Apple, Hacks, Tablets
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USMC pilots now use the iPad for maps

United States Marine Corps pilots have now throw out the old stacks of maps they used to have in their cockpits and replaced them with

May 31, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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Hacker ports Kindle 3 firmware to Kindle 2

It’s not often we see hacks for e-ink devices, mostly because they’re pretty locked down and “peculiar” compared to many other devices. They don’t really

May 31, 2011 Tablets
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