Amazon is reportedly prepping a tablet that could launch sometime before October.
It seems as if Google's half-baked Android Honeycomb operating system has struck yet again.
As we reported yesterday, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is the Android Honeycomb device no one seems to have.
Intel is currently in the process of porting Honeycomb (Android 3.0) for use with x86-powered tablets.
It seems as if Google's half-baked Honeycomb OS is hobbling T-Mobile's G-Slate tablet, which is due to hit the streets on Wednesday, April 20th.
Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi has confirmed what most of us already know: Apple's wildly popular iPad will dominate the media tablet market until at least 2015.
It seems as if launching a tablet loaded with a half-baked Honeycomb OS (Android 3.0) may have backfired for Motorola.
Motorola’s Xoom tablet - which is priced at $600 with a two-year contract - will be available via the Verizon network on February 24. As expected, the tablet can also be purchased without an agreement for $800.