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HTC Chairwoman will donate tablets to young women in Southeast Asia

HTC Chairwoman will donate tablets to young women in Southeast Asia

HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang announced at a forum that she will be donating 100,000 tablets to young women in Southeast Asia. The tablets will be used to further the education of women throughout the region in hopes of promoting gender equality there. Wang made the announcement at a World Bank open forum held in Washington. The forum was called, "Equal Futures Partnership: From Promise to Progress".

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HTC Flyer update brings Honeycomb

HTC Flyer update brings Honeycomb

T-Mobile just got its own flavor of the HTC Flyer last month even though the tablet crossed the FCC back during the summer. The tablet is a nice little gadget that has been around for a while. The device has been making do with an old version of the Android OS for a while now. HTC Flyer users in France at the HTC-hub have reported that the software update is now rolling out OTA.

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Ice Cream Sandwich adds native stylus support to Android

Ice Cream Sandwich adds native stylus support to Android

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich includes native support for smartphones and tablets with a digital stylus Google has confirmed, including pressure recognition, hover tracking and nib-tilt, with differentiation between pen and finger use. A specific stylus API, spotted by Reddit among the Android 4.0 highlights, can differentiate between a stylus, finger, mouse and eraser, as well as support pens with up to three buttons. Previously, devices like the HTC Flyer and Samsung Galaxy Note required custom pen-control systems be created to handle their digital styli.

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Tablets finally undercutting $500 iPad, but will it matter?

Tablets finally undercutting $500 iPad, but will it matter?

As you already may well know, the iPad is not a tablet PC, it is an iPad. Thus is the brilliance of the brand-masters at Apple and thus is massive success the iPad has seen so far. What we've been seeing over the past few months is a welcome change on the part of many manufacturers and carriers trying to sell their tablet computers in the face of a very much iPad-saturated market: price cuts. A whole heck of a lot of price cuts, in fact, with everyone from HTC to Lenovo cutting tablet prices on carriers and in big time tablet-pushing stores like Best Buy.

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HTC Flyer tablet $299 at Best Buy starting in October

HTC Flyer tablet $299 at Best Buy starting in October

Best Buy and HTC must have had a sit-down recently regarding the Flyer tablet that's been out for some months, because come October 1st, the price of this tablet will be reduced by $200 from its original price of $499.99 to its lowest price ever, $299.99. It's time to drop those tablet prices, ladies and gentlemen, and it's not just because the Amazon Kindle Fire is scaring the cheese out of the competition (not verified, but quite possible). Low sales and the ever-deepening pool of tablets out there certainly has had an impact on the price of tablets across the board, as evidenced here in the Flyer and the now sold-out TouchPad from HP.

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HTC Puccini Called Jetstream on AT&T, Additional Screenshots Leaked

HTC Puccini Called Jetstream on AT&T, Additional Screenshots Leaked

We certainly know a lot about the 10-inch tablet known as the HTC Puccini considering it's not yet truly officially announced by its manufacturer or its US carrier. We've seen screenshots, bits of hardware, release dates, and specs all along the way. What we've gathered thus far and what we're to understand from these newest two screenshots revealed today is that this tablet will be called the HTC Jetstream as it flies in to the USA on AT&T's 4G network, be it what AT&T calls 4G at the moment or LTE in the distant future. An AT&T 10-inch Android tablet made by HTC, sound like a winning ticket to you?

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OnLive UK launch September 22 with 100+ streaming games

OnLive UK launch September 22 with 100+ streaming games

OnLive has announced that it will be launching its UK streaming gaming service on September 22, with a 100+ line-up of titles on offer from day one. Available for HDTV, PC, Mac, and iPad and Android tablet play, the new UK service will be fully connected with the existing US service, allowing gamers in both countries to take each other on in multiplayer titles with complete voice chat support.

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