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Vivaldi tablet gets 1GB of RAM, new app store

  While Linux is certainly a fantastic operating system, it's had a tough time trying to find its way onto tablets. Android may be considered

May 04, 2012 Linux, UMPC

Barnes & Noble clears up confusion, says no Windows 8 on Nooks anytime soon

A few days ago, the news that Microsoft had invested $300 billion in the Nook division of Barnes & Noble spurred rumors that Microsoft would

May 02, 2012 Android, Microsoft, UMPC

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins confirms BlackBerry PlayBook 4G for 2012

RIM's original BlackBerry PlayBook is already over a year old, believe it or not. The tablet has grown a lot since then; namely, its OS 2.0 update made

May 02, 2012 BlackBerry, UMPC

Update your Huawei MediaPad to Android 4.0 today

I'd like to reintroduce you to this guy, the first Honeycomb tablet to feature a 7-inch display. It's called the Huawei MediaPad and today, it's

April 30, 2012 Android, UMPC

Amazon Kindle Fire may make up over half of Android tablets

When I write something about the Kindle Fire, what do you think of? Is the first thing that comes to your mind its size, its

April 26, 2012 Android, UMPC

Polaroid Ice Cream Sandwich tablet up for grabs for $99 at Big Lots

The Kindle Fire may be the best of the Android tablets at $199, but that doesn't mean you can't get some decent hardware for just

April 24, 2012 Android, UMPC

Philips to produce line of 7-inch Ice Cream Sandwich tablets

During my year and a few months at Pocketables, I've never written an article about Philips. Usually, the consumer electronics company doesn't produce anything worth

April 23, 2012 Android, UMPC

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 now ready for purchase

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 was announced in February, and since then, has been floating around the internet, just waiting to go on sale. At

April 23, 2012 Android, UMPC

Intel’s Xolo X900 goes on sale in India as the first Medfield powered smartphone

It's been nearly four months since we got the first look at Intel's plans for Mefield hardware, and finally the first smartphone powered by Intel's

April 19, 2012 Android, UMPC

Android may get better MIPS support, cheap tablets incoming

Remember MIPS? It's the processor architecture, much like x86 or ARM, that brought us such budget devices as the Ainol Novo7 Paladin and Skytex Primer Pocket.

April 18, 2012 Android, UMPC
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