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Originally Posted by Oddi
Been trying my W17Pro out for a few days and decided to write a little review:
This device is the most beautiful tablet I have ever tried. Its very lightweight and it has solid build quality.
- Small edges
- Good buttons
- Original design
- No physical home button (can be fixed by remapping
This video is the best-look yet at the slick OpenGL-accelerated OS from Else (formerly Emblaze) and Access (who developed a next-gen Palm OS before Palm ditched it for their own). The big news: The First Else phone arrives next-year.
Google is working out any bugs in the latest update to the Android mobile operating system before releasing it broadly, and that's good news for Samsung Nexus S users.
Some Google employees are testing an over-the-air update of Android 4.0 on their Samsung Nexus S smartphones, according to a report from Android Police. The development was leaked on Google+ by Adel Saoud, Google AdSense Policy Applications and Signals Developer, who said the update was "looking great."
Google's open-source Android 4.0 operating system for smartphones and tablets has been ported to work with x86 processors, a member of an open-source project involved in the effort said this week.
The source code of Android 4.0.1, which is code-named Ice Cream Sandwich, is for developers and designed to work with tablets based on Advanced Micro Devices' low-power x86 chips code-named Brazos, which are typically used in netbooks and low-end laptops. Some AMD chips are being used
An ODM manufacturer in Shenzhen of China takes the lead to launch the first Tegra2 and android 4.0 tablet before the branded manufacturers, while the previous rumor that RK29 android 4.0 tablet hasn't come true. It said the best advantage of android 4.0 is it speeds up a lot. According to the google official data, it is faster 1.8 times on android 4.0 than 3.1.
This tablet was shipped with android 3.2 at first and now it is upgraded to android 4.0. It looks like Moto Xoom. It is running