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Archos announces 80 Cobalt Android tablet

Archos announces 80 Cobalt Android tablet

Just in case the world doesn't have enough lower-end tablets, Archos has launched the 80 Cobalt, a dual-core Android slate with a yet-unannounced price tag that will probably be relatively inexpensive, if the specs are any indication. There's no information on launch date yet, but we're guessing it'll be out in time for the Christmas rush.

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Xbox SmartGlass makes Android app debut on Windows 8 day

Xbox SmartGlass makes Android app debut on Windows 8 day

It's time for the next generation for Microsoft in so many more ways than one, hitting right this moment on all cylinders with the first iteration of Xbox SmartGlass for Android. Of course this isn't related directly to Windows 8, but the release day - today, of all days - has us rather certain it wasn't a coincidence. Feel free to expect a continued barrage of news bits and releases from Microsoft as they keep their press boat afloat now that Windows 8 is rocking and rolling for real.

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NEC Medias Tab UL hands-on: The best Android tablet you probably can’t buy

NEC Medias Tab UL hands-on: The best Android tablet you probably can’t buy

NEC isn't much known for its Android devices outside of Japan, but having played with the Media Tab UL N-08D at CEATEC we now think that's something of a shame: it's one of the best tablets we've seen so far. Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a 7-inch, 1,280 x 800 LCD display, and clad in a 7.9mm thick, 249g chassis made of metal, plastic, and carbon fiber, it's fast and feels high-quality in the hand.

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Jelly Bean continues slow climb as Android OS balance shifts

Jelly Bean continues slow climb as Android OS balance shifts

Jelly Bean continues its slow growth among Android devices, with Android 4.1 now to be found on 1.8-percent of active gadgets using Google's platform according to the official stats. The new figures - comprising all Android devices accessing Google Play within a two week period up to October 1, 2012 - show that Gingerbread remains the dominant platform among Android phones and tablets, despite being several generations behind Google's latest version.

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