Monthly Archives: August 2011

Sony Reveals Launch Date for Sony Tablets

Sony has revealed the specifications and launch dates for its two forthcoming tablet devices, Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P. Although both are Android-based, Sony’s tablets are quite different from the other Android tablets on the market, which generally follow the iPad‘s … Continue reading

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Using Gmail, Calendar and Docs without an Internet connection

The great thing about web apps is that you can access all of your information on the go, and we’ve introduced ways to use Google Apps on a variety of devices like mobile phones and tablets. But it’s inevitable that … Continue reading

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Skype From Your Home Phone – FINALLY!

Skype has finally built a standalone analog telephony adapter (ATA) (via their FREETALK brand) that you can hook up with your home phone line. Called the FREETALK Connect•Me Home Phone Adapter it is a PC-less standalone Skype device. It's a relatively small device … Continue reading

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Video: ProLiant MicroServer with SBS Essentials 2011 Video

HP have a new video advertising the great ProLiant MicroServer with SBS 2011 Essentials on board: ts green utilizing a 85%+ efficient PSU and is the perfect first server solution for the small business supporting up to 25 users with … Continue reading

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MOG Comes to Boxee & Target Stores

Subscription streaming service MOG is now available on the Boxee Box, bringing MOG’s library of 11 million songs to Boxee users, available in 320 kbps. MOG continues to increase its support for third-party devices. In addition to apps for the iPhone and Android, … Continue reading

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Android & iPhone Dominate Smartphone Market at BlackBerry’s Expense

Google and Apple continue to eat up more of the smartphone market, while RIM and Microsoft continue to lose ground. According to new data from comScore, 82.2 million people in the U.S. owned a smartphone as of July 2011, a full 10% increase from … Continue reading

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HP TouchPad: one last batch incoming – US Only….Doh!

Update: Sadly, we’ve just heard from HP that the final run of the HP TouchPad is a US-only deal. Here’s the company’s official statement: “We are pleased by the response to webOS and look forward to customer feedback so we … Continue reading

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White Samsung Galaxy S2 arrives in UK

A white Samsung Galaxy S2 handset will be made available from today in the UK. For those people who don't like Apple but love white phones, the landmark day has finally arrived and you can now get your mitts on … Continue reading

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HTC Jetstream is official, lands September 4 on AT&T

The rumors have panned out. HTC’s first 10.1-inch tablet, which also happens to be AT&T’s first 4G LTE/HSPA+ tablet, will arrive in company-owned retails stores starting September 4. The HTC Jetstream runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb and packs a dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon … Continue reading

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Analyst: Amazon Tablet Will Be iPad’s Top Competitor

“If it’s launched at the right price with enough supply, we see Amazon’s tablet easily selling 3 million to 5 million units in Q4 alone, disrupting not only Apple’s product strategy but other tablet manufacturers’ as well,” saysSarah Rotman Epps, the … Continue reading

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