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LG tablet “GPAD” teased at G2 event looms

LG tablet “GPAD” teased at G2 event looms

It would appear that it's not just Motorola that's getting (back) into the wearable smart devices business this week at LG's own trademark list leak tips several new units. What's spilled here in late July is a series of names: GPAD, G Hub, and G Glass, the first likely referring to none other than a brand new tablet. Remember the last time LG brought a tablet to the public?

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Tabletpalooza 2011 Giveaway Week 2 Reminder: T-Mobile G-Slate Giveaway!

Tabletpalooza 2011 Giveaway Week 2 Reminder: T-Mobile G-Slate Giveaway!

We've got another sweet slate coming your way courtesy of our pals at NVIDIA and we've just GOT to let you know that this week ends tomorrow! Get your entries in quick and get in on this contest or you'll be fresh outta luck! What we've got here is a series of tablets, all of them featuring NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor and Android for your supreme enjoyment and ultimate having of great times. Tablets are taking the world by storm and we want to give YOU a fabulous vehicle to roll out in for FREE! Check out all the details below!

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – April 24, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – April 24, 2011

This week's tech news roundup highlights the Apple and Samsung legal battle, our Samsung Galaxy SII extreme unboxing, cloud computing problems for both Amazon and the PlayStation Network, Apple's Q2 earnings, the white iPhone 4, the iPhone 5, and details on various smartphones and tablets including the BlackBerry Playbook, G-Slate, G2x, HTC Flyer, and the Acer Iconia Tab.

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T-Mobile Confirms LG G-Slate To Ship April 20th

T-Mobile Confirms LG G-Slate To Ship April 20th

If you like the smaller form factor of the BlackBerry PlayBook but the QNX interface isn't quite your cup of tea, then you may fancy T-Mobile's LG G-Slate that will be the second (after the Motorola XOOM) Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet to hit the market and features a 3D camera---if you're into that kind of thing. T-Mobile confirmed full launch details today that the device will ship nationwide beginning tomorrow, April 20.

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T-Mobile G-Slate Review

T-Mobile G-Slate Review

2011 may be the year of the tablet, but so far only one Android 3.0 Honeycomb (review) example has managed to reach the market. Motorola's XOOM was criticized for launching perhaps before Honeycomb was quite ready; now the T-Mobile G-Slate by LG is making its own play, with the dual hope that 3D photography and an 8.9-inch screen will be enough to carve a niche against the iPad 2. Is Honeycomb's second hurrah the cry of victory or a dying gasp? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut to find out.

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T-Mobile Press Event Invites Tease G2x and G-Slate

T-Mobile Press Event Invites Tease G2x and G-Slate

We're the recipients of a press event invite that no less than tells us what's going to be inside, both the T-Mobile G2x and the LG G-Slate. These are two devices that are sure to blast forth from the edifice of Android and fall directly into the homes of thousands and millions of homes across America, creating enjoyment for those who receive them. We've had looks at both devices in one way or another in the past, and here we're sure to get yet another.

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T-Mobile G2X and G-Slate Set To Launch April 20th?

T-Mobile G2X and G-Slate Set To Launch April 20th?

Although no official announcements have been made yet, there are some reliable sources claiming that T-Mobile's LG G2X and G-Slate are set to launch on April 20th, instead of the originally predicted March 23rd. The source comes from TmoNews, which also says that this date will be confirmed at CTIA later this month.

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Optimus 3D vs Optimus Tab: Not all HD 3D video is created equal

Optimus 3D vs Optimus Tab: Not all HD 3D video is created equal

When we caught up with LG earlier today, to check out the freshly announced Optimus 3D and Optimus Tab, we couldn't help but wonder about the discrepancy between the smartphone's 1080p Full HD 3D recording capabilities and the tablet's 720p HD 3D recording. Turns out, there's more to a 1GHz, dual-core chipset than just its ARM cores: the Optimus 3D's Texas Instruments OMAP4430 has native support for Full HD recording in 3D, while the NVIDIA Tegra 2 in the Tab doesn't.

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