Tablets

GameStop to Launch Its Own Android Gaming Tablet in 2012

Your next Android tablet may well be dedicated to video games, and the company behind it’s arguably the one you’d least expect: GameStop. That’s right, the monster-sized video games retailer we’d probably have long since bid farewell, but for the company’s prescient move into the used games market, now responsible for over half its …

Germany: You’re Banned Forever Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Alas, the poor Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, we knew it well, but not in Germany, where a German district court ruled on Friday—it seems once and for all—that Samsung can no longer sell it, because, in so many words, it’s too much like Apple’s iPad 2. Worse still for Samsung, that means German retailers are banned from selling it …

Amazon’s Kindle Tablet Won’t Be for Geeks

After months of rumors and speculation about Amazon’s tablet plans, TechCrunch’s MG Siegler broke some solid details.

Reportedly dubbed the new “Amazon Kindle,” this 7-inch tablet will use a heavily-modified version of Android, without any involvement from Google. The interface will be laser-focused on delivering Amazon content to the …

Eight New Tablets and Ultrabooks You Should Know About

Tech companies have been flexing their design muscles at the IFA trade show in Berlin this week, trying to prove that Apple’s not the only one that can make ultra-thin, ultra-light laptops and tablets. Turns out that these PC makers can out-slim the iPad and the MacBook Air after all. They just needed Apple to start the fire. Here’s a …

Lenovo Tablet Cracks the $200 Barrier

It’s no fire sale HP TouchPad, but for $199, Lenovo’s IdeaPad A1 tablet looks like a decent 7-inch slab of Android for cheap.

Just keep in mind that the IdeaPad A1 is far from the cutting edge of technology. Inside, there’s a 1 GHz processor (all the rage in 2010), 8 GB of storage, a 3-megapixel rear camera and a VGA front-facing …

HP TouchPad Might Not Be Dead After All

HP’s TouchPad tablets might not be gone for good, even after the fire sale ends. A company executive believes that the doomed tablet, which was more popular in death than in life, could make a comeback if HP spins off its personal computer business.

The TouchPad was on the market for about six weeks before HP announced that it would …

The Future of Toys Is…Apple’s iPad?

Could tablets like the iPad ever replace toys like LEGOs, Erector Sets and crayons? Probably not, but startup Launchpad Toys thinks the iPad (and presumably tablets in general) has the potential to.

Okay, so the iPad’s already fairly toy-like. If you have one and kids, or you’re just a big kid (like me), you’ve probably goofed around …

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