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ASUS Eee Pad Slider Passes Through FCC

ASUS Eee Pad Slider Passes Through FCC

ASUS had great success with the Eee Pad Transformer tablet/notebook hybrid that's surely a good sign for its upcoming Eee Pad Slider. Both devices re-imagine the basic tablet form factor with unique keyboard components that boost functionality and productivity without sacrificing the portability that tablets are known for. The Eee Pad Slider has experienced several delays, but today's FCC documents show that it should be on its way for fall.

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Toshiba Thrive Review

Toshiba Thrive Review

The Toshiba Thrive isn’t a sexy tablet. It’s plump, homely, a little bit awkward, and although smart and supportive, you won’t be showing it off much to your buddies. But if you’re reading this review, you probably already know that. You’re considering the Toshiba Thrive because you see past a pretty exterior and a tight slender body. You want great specs inside, a good clean install of Android 3.1 Honeycomb, ample full-sized ports, and a swappable battery among other unique features.

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Dell Streak Android Tablet Pulled Temporarily For Some Updates

Dell Streak Android Tablet Pulled Temporarily For Some Updates

The Dell Streak bills itself as an Android tablet with a 5-inch size getting close to being a smartphone. But, it neither has the pocketability of a smartphone nor the larger screen size of a tablet. And, seeing that most new tablets don't dip under 7-inches, it's safe to say that the 5-inch form factor hasn't caught on in popularity. Hence, when Dell recently pulled the Streak from store shelves, it was believed to be discontinued. But that's not the case, according to a store rep.

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Toshiba Thrive Unboxing And Hands-On

Toshiba Thrive Unboxing And Hands-On

Instead of trying to imitate the svelte iPad 2, the Toshiba Thrive goes big with beauty on the inside---sort of. The 10.1-inch tablet running Android 3.1 Honeycomb takes advantage of a larger chassis to include some powerful specs and unusual extras. I got the tablet in just this morning and will have a full review coming soon. For now, continue after the cut for the unboxing and hands-on video.

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Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet hands-on

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet hands-on

Lenovo has launched its two first attempts at Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablets, the IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet, and we met up with the company to grab some hands-on time with both models. Targeted at consumers and at enterprise, respectively, the K1 and ThinkPad slates each tick most of the Tegra 2 Honeycomb boxes we've already seen from rival tablets; however, Lenovo also has a few tricks to differentiate them. Read on for our first-impressions.

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Motorola LTE Tablet Hits The FCC, Could Be The XOOM 2

Motorola LTE Tablet Hits The FCC, Could Be The XOOM 2

What looks to be the new Motorola XOOM LTE tablet has just passed through the FCC today, signaling an imminent launch. This is good news for some but also upsetting for original XOOM customers still waiting for the 4G LTE upgrade. The FCC documents list the device only as IHDP56LU2 but reveals several interesting details on what could be the Motorola XOOM 2.

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Sony S1 and S2 Android Tablets Hands-On Photo Collection Expanded [Videos Too!]

Sony S1 and S2 Android Tablets Hands-On Photo Collection Expanded [Videos Too!]

We've had more than one look at these magical mystical tablets, one of them a bit fat 9.4-inch Android tablet, the other being a dual 5.5-inch fold-out tablet, also Android based. Both of these devices will be rolling out with Android 3.x (more than likely Android 3.1) Honeycomb and will be connecting over either 3G, 4G, or both, again more than likely. The first tablet is what may be considered at the moment to be a more traditional look at a tablet being 4:3, one piece and ready to roll out with Honeycomb, while the other is a folder-type tablet whose screen spreads out across two displays in a form factor not yet often seen in top-tier Android devices.

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NVIDIA Bestows CUDA Center of Excellence Title on Stanford University

NVIDIA Bestows CUDA Center of Excellence Title on Stanford University

Today NVIDIA let it be known that they've named Stanford University a CUDA Center of Excellence for their work in parallel computing research using NVIDIA GPUs and NVIDIA CUDA technology. NVIDIA's CUDA is their parallel computing architecture which, it should be noted, enables radical increases in computing performance, all with the harnessed power of graphics processors. Stanford is one of more than 450 universities and institutions that teach the CUDA programming model within their curriculum and is now one of only 11 institutions already in the CUDA Centers of Excellence program.

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