Group Mobile, well known for carrying the top brands in rugged laptops, rugged tablet PCs, rugged PDAs, and rugged handheld computers has recently extended its product offerings to include the newest ARMOR™ rugged tablet computers from DRS Technologies. The ARMOR™ X7ad and the ARMOR™ X7et are new, thin, lightweight tablets based on customers requesting even more portable computers from [...]
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Sony sent out an email letting us know that ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0) is now out for the Tablet S. If you have one today is a glorious day for you! The Sony Tablet S will prompt users to do a system update next time they connect to Wi-Fi. Once users click OK [...]
Telus Mobility is apparently doing some extensive updates to their phones. We all LOVE updates and love it even more when they tell us about it. Is your phone one of the units being updated? Hit the break for the link…
For weeks we have been covering the patent battle between corporate GIANT Apple and Samsung/HTC. This has been going on in numerous places all over the world with some success on getting what they want. Since Apple can’t find a way to sue Google or Android OS directly, they went after the licensees like [...]
Progress. Google announced Android 1.0 in 2008 and it has blown up since then. ThisIsMyNext says that the next Android OS could be called Jelly Bean, while we cont have a version number yet I am sure that will come out soon.
During today’s keynote address at Google IO the next variant of the Android operating system was announced. Ice Cream Sandwich will be the OS that brings the phone and tablet OS’s back together for a much improved system. The major focus of ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s easier to type three letter, lol) will be [...]
Google and their sweet tooth. Smh. But I love their train of thought! Let’s see, we’ve had Eclair, Froyo, Honeycomb, Gingerbread, and now Ice Cream. In an interview with Tech Crunch, Andy Rubin corrected us by stating that is called Ice Cream Sandwich. Sounds good to me! What do you think of the name change? [...]