Sony may introduce the S2 dual-screen clamshell device in the coming year, a device we hesitate to call a tablet.
Adobe promises that we'll see the release of Flash Player 10.2 for mobile devices in "a few weeks."
The iTunes shackles may be loosened, as Google could potentially be introducing its own music service with Honeycomb at the end of February.
The Revolver from AT&T isn't due until the third quarter, but a leaked image suggests HTC will buck the trend and throw the Honeycomb tablet-optimized OS on it.
Adobe Flash Player 10.2 is coming to tablets and smartphones in "the next few weeks," strongly implying the imminent release of Android 3.0 Honeycomb for smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 and a previously rumored new Honeycomb-powered tablet were revealed in an apparently broken embargo, in advance of Samsung's keynote at the 2011 Mobile World Congress.
This Sunday, Samsung might introduced a 10-inch Galaxy Tab 2 complete with Honeycomb.
Google's Wednesday press conference brought the official launch of the tablet-friendly Honeycomb, a version of the Android Market built for the Web, and in-app purchases for Android developers.
Android 3.0 is upon us and Google has revealed some of its unique features. We break down and explain each new feature and what it means to you. Features include 3D effects, bluetooth tethering, new UI, an Action Bar, a new System Bar, customizable home…
HTC announced today that its 2010 sales more than doubled from last year and PocketNow got a hold of several leaked photos of new HTC handsets to be unveiled soon.
Motorola unveiled its Xoom tablet just a few days ago. Below is our first impressions of the new Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet, perhaps the first true competitor to the iPad.
Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" may require at least a dual-core processor, potentially leaving the Galaxy Tab - and a ton of smartphones - in the dust.
Motorola has released a teaser video for its upcoming tablet unveiling at CES calling the iPad an iPhone and taking us through a history of tablets.
We've got stats and pics of the Motorola tablet Rick Rubin showed off last week at All Things D running Android 3.0 (Honeycomb).
Andy Rubin showed off an unreleased Motorola tablet running Android 3.0 at the All Things D Conference in San Francisco.