Dell recently introduced the all new Dell Streak 7, which is a successor to the previous tablet from Dell, the Dell Streak. This tablet goes head to head with the other tablets of its generation, the iPad, Galaxy Tab etc.
Dell Streak 7 has been extensively reviewed by Ubergizmo explaining design, display, performance and many other factors of the device.
Google Maps 5.0 was released last month for all the Android devices and one the major new feature added was the 3D vector graphics.
This new Google Maps 5.0 was demonstrated on a tablet for the first time by Andy Rubin on the Motorola prototype running Honeycomb at D: Dive Into Mobile – but no other tablets enjoyed Google Maps 5.0 on a big screen.
Yes, we finally got our hands on the best Android tablet (cum phone) available in the market right now – the Samsung Galaxy Tab. So far, I have spent almost a week playing with it: watched videos and listened to music, made voice and video calls, social networks, emails etc.
Samsung Galaxy Tab is the only valid competitor for the iPad at the moment and is the best Android tablet. Good news? You can now easily root Galaxy Tab with z4root in just one click without fussing around too much with any tools/code.
Why root? Rooting Galaxy Tab will allow you to install system mods, access system files, uninstall system apps, flash custom firmwares, create Nandroid backups etc.
Dell Streak is soon going to get the Android 2.2 Froyo update. Previously, it was on Android 1.6 which was very slow and looked bloated. But luckily, Dell decided to get their Streak some Froyo love.
Android 2.2 update for Dell Streak will start rolling out in a couple of weeks and UK users will be the first ones to get it.
After Samsung unveiled their Android tablet today at Berlin, there have been many speculations of whether the Galaxy Tab is actually an iPad killer. So this is when we decided to do a Galaxy Tab vs iPad specifications comparison.
We haven’t got our hands yet on the device, so we can’t be sure of how it performs when compared to the iPad. But we did a quick comparison of the technical specifications of both the devices (Samsung Galaxy Tab vs iPad) and how they compete against each other.
Samsung Galaxy Tab is the closest tablet rival that comes near the iPad, and the tablet is simply a one word – wow!
The Tab packs an impressive hardware along with a compact and stylish look that makes it one of best tablets out there. For more information of specifications, read: Samsung Galaxy Tab Specifications, Release Date and Price.
Samsung just announced and unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin.
Official details, specifications are now available on the Samsung Galaxy Tab official website.
Samsung has finally, and officially, unveiled the most leakiest tablet ever – the Samsung Galaxy Tab – today during a press conference at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin.
They call this device a “smart media device” that can do just about anything. We already seen it a number of times in leaked photos and video, but never got a clear view of what features it packs in itself.