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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 23 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 23 2010

Dunk it in! This morning over at Android Community (or was it late last night?) Vincent reviewed the Motorola Defy - a rugged piece of machinery that'll get wet and keep on clickin. There's some 3D modeling and studying of flying snakes on SlashGear, a hands on with the Marvell Android tablet, and a gaming computer employing cooled liquid to get it down to some sub-zero temps. And then, and then! Apple announces they're going to have some Black Friday sales at their stores. Holy holiday ham! What a strange day it's turning out to be here on SlashGear Morning Wrap-up!

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Marvell Android tablet hands-on [Video]

Marvell Android tablet hands-on [Video]

Marvell has been showing off its ARMADA 600-based Android tablet reference design, ahead of what the company says will be several manufacturer-branded products using the 1080p-capable chipset launched at CES 2011 early next year. The demo slate has a 10.1-inch 1280 x 720 capacitive touchscreen and runs Android 2.2 Froyo, and was shown simultaneously driving its own display and an external HDTV over HDMI.

Video demo after the cut

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The Daily Slash: September 24th 2010

The Daily Slash: September 24th 2010

Welcome to the Friday edition of The Daily Slash. Hopefully your week went by well, and fast. The weekend is just about on us, but we have just one last bit to get through. Tonight, in our story from around the Web, we've got a robot that learns something not so good (but it's awesome). And then, follow us as we wrap up what's been going on around the R3 Media Network.

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Marvell unleashes tri-core Armada 628 processor for smartphones and tablets

Marvell unleashes tri-core Armada 628 processor for smartphones and tablets

Marvell is content to let the other companies on the smartphone and tablet processor market smile about their dual-core offerings as it tosses the world's first tri-core processor for smartphones and tablets into the spotlight. The new processor is called the Armada 628. The new processor is a SoC design that has three high-performance ARM cores and operates as the world's first commercially available heterogeneous, multi-core applications processor.

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Marvell and Harman Bringing Integrated Mobile Hotspot Options to Automobiles

Marvell and Harman Bringing Integrated Mobile Hotspot Options to Automobiles

When it comes to the automotive industry, there's plenty of big names to play around with, as you think about what kind of features you want to have installed. It gets better when two huge companies, linked to the automotive industry, team up to bring you the coolest in new features, already tucked away inside. So what happens when you get one of the biggest names in-vehicle infotainment (Harman), and one of the largest names in integrated silicon solutions (Marvell)? You get integrated WiFi, of course.

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BlackBerry tablet rumors resurface: video calling & late 2010 launch tipped

BlackBerry tablet rumors resurface: video calling & late 2010 launch tipped

RIM's rumored BlackBerry tablet - aka the "BlackTab" or "BlackPad" - is once again doing the rounds, with Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar pushing out a new report regarding the so-called companion slate.  Details are in short supply and most are recycled from Kumar's early May report; he's expecting a 7-inch screen, Marvell processor and 3G baseband, with "a marginal point of differentiation being the front- and back-facing cameras for videoconferencing."

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Russian RoverPad tablets raid the Tegra, Android & WinCE OEM closet

Russian RoverPad tablets raid the Tegra, Android & WinCE OEM closet

Russian company Rover Computers has just outed a five model tablet/MID range, and judging by some of the designs we're guessing there's a whole lot of rebadging being done.  The various RoverPad models span 5- to 7-inches in screen size and run either Android or Windows CE; processors include basic Samsung, Marvell and RockChip ARM CPUs, together with NVIDIA's Tegra on the RoverPad TegA W70.

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