Tablets

Samsung ‘Galaxy 7.0 Plus’ Is More Pasta for the Proverbial Wall

With the Galaxy 7.0 Plus, Samsung has finally settled on a favorite tablet size: all of them.

The Galaxy 7.0 Plus is a souped-up sequel to last year’s original Galaxy Tab, running Android 3.2 Honeycomb. It has a 7-inch, 1024-by-600 resolution display, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage, a …

Palm and webOS’s Savior May Be…Amazon?

Could Amazon be lining up to grab Palm away from Hewlett Packard? VentureBeat claims it’s heard as much from “a well-placed source” (well, aren’t they all?). Amazon’s said to be in “serious negotiations” to snatch Palm from HP, and that HP’s more than ready to divest itself of the once-prominent smartphone manufacturer turned webOS …

BlackBerry PlayBook Sees Amazon Kindle Fire, Drops in Price $200

BlackBerry PlayBook price, come on down, you’re the next—or actually, first—contestant on The Price Wasn’t Right, But We’ll Fix That, in view of the Android-based Kindle Fire, which Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled Wednesday for just $199.

RIM’s PlayBook had been going for between $299 and $499, depending on model, but retailer Best …

Could Amazon’s Kindle Fire Dethrone Apple’s iPad?

Whatever the pundits want to say about Amazon’s new Kindle Fire, however much they want to throttle each other for letting slip trite, presumptive clichés like “iPad killer,” they have to admit, Amazon basically painted crosshairs on Cupertino’s back when it unveiled a $200 color Android tablet at today’s press event—a tablet that’ll …

Amazon Unveils $199 ‘Kindle Fire’ Android Tablet, $99 ‘Kindle Touch’

Amazon fired its first serious shots across Apple and iOS’s bow this morning as it unveiled multiple new Kindle slates at surprisingly low prices, including new no-keyboard touch models as well as the not-so-secret headliner, dubbed “Kindle Fire” and built around Google’s Android operating system.

“Four years ago, we set out to …

Wait, Now Amazon’s Launching Three Kindle Tablets on Wednesday?

Everyone’s talking Amazon’s nifty new watch-out-Apple tablet, supposedly an Android derivative dubbed the “Kindle Fire,” but have you heard about the other two?

Yes, the other two. As we head into the eleventh hour, we’re hearing Amazon’s planning not one, not two, but three Kindle tablets for its Wednesday (tomorrow) dog and pony …

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