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The First Great Android Tablet May Be On Sale Feb. 24th [Unconfirmed]

Either whoever manages the Grand Rapids South Best Buy Facebook page has a fertile imagination, or the Motorola Xoom is going on sale there in just a few weeks. That's not long to wait for the first real iPad fighter. More »...

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Google Debuts a Honey of an OS

Google staged an in-depth look at its Android 3.0 operating system, aka "Honeycomb," at a press conference Wednesday. It marks the official arrival of the first version of the Android operating system to be optimized specifically with the tablet form factor in mind. Features mentioned in the presentation include richer...

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Tiny x86 Module Runs Linux

Datasound Laboratories (DSL) announced a compact & embedded controller& based on a 300MHz DM P Vortex86SX CPU. The Icop VSX-6117 is just 3.14 x 1.96 inches, uses only 320mA at 5V, includes 128MB of soldered-on DDR2 memory and 2GB of flash storage, has a 10/100 Ethernet port, and includes EIDE...

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AMD Puts Fusion on Diet So it Can Squeeze into Tablets

AMD is reportedly on the verge of releasing a tablet-specific implementation of its C-50 Fusion APU (& accelerated processing unit& ). By relying on a simplified I/O controller, the device -- set for a debut in a new Acer tablet -- will offer accelerated HD graphics and consume just five...

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Android 3.0 to Receive Formal Unveiling Feb. 2

Google announced a Feb. 2 unveiling of Android 3.0 (& Honeycomb& ) at its Googleplex in Mountain View, Calif. Meanwhile, Dell tweets that it will soon offer a 10-inch Honeycomb tablet, and hackers have ported Android 3.0 to Barnes Nobles's Nook Color e-reader device....

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