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Sony Tablet P Ice Cream Sandwich update happens

Sony Tablet P Ice Cream Sandwich update happens

It's time for Sony's one-of-a-kind tablet with two independent displays to get the Android 4.0 update treatment. The unique dual-sceen Sony Tablet P is getting the Ice Cream Sandwich treatment. The latest version of Android, version 4.0 also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, is getting well underway.  As the new platform starts becoming more commonplace, phones and tablets running ICS are less special, but the Tablet P is a bit of a different story.

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Dell Latitude 10 and Win RT slate detailed plus wireless Ultrabook dock

Dell Latitude 10 and Win RT slate detailed plus wireless Ultrabook dock

Details of Dell's upcoming Windows tablet pair continue to leak out, with the latest talk suggesting the Latitude 10 Windows 8 model due in mid-November will be preceded by a Windows RT version. The Dell Latitude 10 launch will bring a new docking station with extra ports and charging, according to Neowin's source, while the Windows-on-ARM tablet - name currently unknown - is tipped to arrive in October.

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PlayStation Mobile teams with HTC for mobile gaming greatness

PlayStation Mobile teams with HTC for mobile gaming greatness

This week Sony is bringing some gaming heat with no less than an announcement of attack on the mobile landscape, starting with the HTC One X. This announcement has Sony changing the name of their PlayStation Suite to PlayStation Mobile and making it clear that not only will HTC be their first third-party hardware partner, they'll be working with other Android and Windows Phone groups as well.

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Intel shows off Studybook tablet for education

Intel shows off Studybook tablet for education

Intel has unveiled a new tablet that it's aiming specifically at students called the Studybook. The company has had little netbooks and other machines that were aimed at education in the past, but this little tablet is a new direction. The tablet runs an Intel Atom Z650 processor and is part of Intel's Learning Series. The little tablet comes packed with software specifically for students and teachers to use the learning environment.

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Apple walks fine iPad trademark line warn experts

Apple walks fine iPad trademark line warn experts

Apple must balance a fine line between generic use of the iPad name for tablets and continued dominance of the slate segment, experts have warned, as the company faces the possibility of the trademark being deemed generic. The name of the best-selling tablet is already associated by many consumers as a catch-all term for tablets in general, the AP writes, despite the best efforts of Android slate manufacturers and others. However, while Apple's value hasn't been hurt by the sales success of the three generations of iPad, it could also potentially lose control of the name itself should courts decide it has too deeply entered the public lexicon.

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SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: April 7, 2012

SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: April 7, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. Hopefully you're enjoying your holiday weekend, and if you have some spare time, why not get caught up on what made news this week? For you gamers out there, PlayStation Orbis processing specs leak. And we have to mention this - Google Project Glass smart glasses revealed. We also got a look at what is rumored to be a picture of Google’s Nexus tablet, though it’s probably bogus.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 3, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 3, 2012

Happy Tuesday, everyone. It's time to take a whirlwind tour of what made headlines on SlashGear today. For starters, Nooka Audio is coming from Barnes & Noble soon. On the gaming side of things, we're talking Wii U, which contends power as great as PS3 and Xbox 360. Speaking of power, let's talk about Google. We got a look at what is rumored to be a picture of Google's Nexus tablet, though it's probably bogus. Still cool though.

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Intel StoryBook tablet tipped for sub-$299 Medfield

Intel StoryBook tablet tipped for sub-$299 Medfield

Intel is pushing a so-called StoryBook tablet PC reference design for developing markets, insiders at manufacturers claim, pairing Intel's own Medfield processors with dual-OS and a 10-inch touchscreen. The new slate is primarily aimed at markets like China and Brazil, the arch rumor-mongers at DigiTimes claim, but Intel is reportedly also considering a general commercial push with a target sticker-price of sub-$299.

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New iPad has Consumer Reports digging for Android equals

New iPad has Consumer Reports digging for Android equals

A new report nutshell released today by Consumer Reports on the new iPad has taken to the wild world of Android to try to find comparable devices for the odd consumer. In addition to listing these, the product researchers at Consumer Reports reminded the public that the heat they found in the 2012 iPad was absolutely nothing to worry about, as it was still well within "who cares" standards for devices such as itself. The Android devices Consumer Reports went through, on the other hand, were reported as simple machines with one defining feature each, each of them good for a unique user situations.

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