Sony Ericsson Android tablet prototype makes a cameo at MWC

Sony Ericcson is reportedly working on an Android powered tablet, which isn’t surprising since pretty much every company on the face of the earth is working on one. While the company didn’t officially introduce a tablet a Mobiel World Congress this week, NieuweMobiel spotted a tablet at the show which may be an early prototype. […]

HTC Flyer: Meet HTC’s new 7 inch Android tablet

HTC has finally gotten around to introducing that 7 inch Android tablet that’s we’ve been expecting for the past year or so. It’s called the HTC Flyer and it’s an interesting little guy that stands out from the crowd in a few unusual ways: The HTC Flyer has a capacitive multitouch display and an active […]

ViewSonic unveils ViewPad 10pro tablet

ViewSonic is showing off a new 10 inch tablet at Mobile World Congress.. The ViewSonic ViewPad 10pro will come in two versions: One that runs Windows, and another that runs both Windows 7 and Google Android 2.2. The tablet has a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive multitouch display and an Intel Atom Oak […]

Motorola to offer WiFi-only XOOM tablet… in Europe

The Motorola XOOM is expected to be the first tablet to ship with Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb. The company hasn’t officially announced the pricing for the 3-capable tablet with an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core process, but a few leaked Best Buy listings seem to suggest it won’t be particularly cheap. Fortunately Motorola has announce […]

Huawei S7 Slim, Pro tablets make an appearance

Huawei is showing off two new 7 inch Android tablets at Mobile World Congress this week. As expected, one model is the Huawei Ideos S7 Slim. But jkkmobile also spotted a non-working Huawei Ideos S7 Pro tablet. The S7 Slim is a little thinner than the original Huawei S7 tablet and it loses the optical […]

Samsung introduces Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 portable Android device

The Samsung Galaxy Player was one of the best looking Google Android powered portable media players I got a chance to see at CES last month. If you’re looking for a pocketable Android device which can do pretty much everything except make phone calls (and which doesn’t require a monthly phone contract), the little guy […]