Hey gang, welcome to this week's edition of the SlashGear Week in Review! This is the last edition before Thanksgiving in the US, so if you celebrate the holiday have a great one! We put up our review of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab this past Sunday. We figure that the Tab has more flexibility in some areas than the iPad but has an overall rougher feel.
Today we reconfirm the idea that Google Voice for iPhone is a big deal - then argue about it! Apple told the world they'd be changed forever after today, then the Beatles are released on iTunes! We review and/or unbox the following items: SoundFreaq SFQ-01A, Google Voice for iPhone, Samsung Continuum, and Evan's epic week with the HTC HD7 continues with "Software!" Barnes and Noble's Nook Color officially goes on sale, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt's Web 2.0 2010 appearance video is up for multiple views - the Nexus S! Gingerbread! Sweetness! On the business end of things, Samsung Galaxy Tab's production may very well be cut in half due to poor demand, Panasonic is entering the Japanese Smartphone market in 2011, and 1 MILLION Optimus One smartphones have been sold in one month! Oh and the T-Mobile G2 was overclocked to 1.9Ghz like it was no big deal
What'll it be today? A big fat Beatles announcement by Apple? Yes! A brand new LG Android phone leak with 8MP photos, 1080p video, and HDMI? Yes! Perhaps devices with flippy screens - so many flippy screens? Yes! Any way you look at it, today is a real diverse day in tech news, everything from an app called Giftmeister to the world's first Android TV. But wait, aren't the holidays coming up rather soon? That's it! The thread is releases for the gift giving season! Hooray for capitalism and the push for greater technology for the sake of spreading love!
Hey gang, welcome back to another installment of the SlashGear Week in Review. The Samsung Galaxy Tab hit the UK this week starting at £99.99 with a new contract or £529.99 sans contract. The 7-inch slate is expected to sell well all around the world. Logitech unveiled a really cool keyboard this week that is a first for the company and the market. The keyboard is called the Wireless Solar keyboard K750 and gets the power to operate from the sun or the light in your room.
Today we review a tiny yet quite powerful speaker by the name of JAMBOX, discuss What Zuckerberg Never Said About the iPad, and review the lovely Acer Aspire 8943G. Then there's a hands on of the LG Optimus One and we toss a Motorola Defy in the pool with all the duckies and what looks to be that same pool cleaner they had in Paranormal Activity 2. Scary. Calvin Klein designs a set of 3D sunglasses and AT&T attack T-Mobile's 4G network claims. It's a fight!
Intel love whipping out low-power ultramobile devices, since they know that they - like the Dell Inspiron DUO - get all the attention at shows like IDF 2010. On stage today they've had a fair few to play with, too; Aava's smartphone got a brief flaunting, together with a gaming-centric handheld and a few different slates (as well as Neofonie's WeTab).
The stand-out hardware at IDF 2010 last week was probably Dell's hybrid netbook/tablet, the Inspiron Duo, but that's not to say there weren't other gadgets lurking at the show which were also interesting. Carrypad spotted the NFS N-Pad, a Moorestown based tablet demonstrated running Android.
Welcome to the latest edition of the SlashGear Week in Review. This week Fujitsu showed off a really cool new wireless charging system that is able to charge multiple devices at one time. The system is very efficient and can adjust to what each device needs automatically. Panasonic unveiled a cool new camcorder that uses micro four thirds lenses. The camcorder is called the AG-AF100.
Whew! The week is over already and this has been another busy one here at SlashGear with more new announcements and gear than we can shake a stick at. Things kicked off this week with a video of the LG BL40 Black Label feature phone hitting the Web. This was a good thing since we hate teaser campaigns. One of the cooler things from early in the week was the Fujifilm announcement of the FinePix Real 3D digital camera coming this year. The only downside is the camera is about $600 and the digital frame required to see the photos goes for another $200.