Google 2011 Tablet Articles

Popular Google Articles for 2011

Leader Impression 10 Tablet Review

Thanks to its open nature, off-brand tablet makers have been slapping the Google Android OS on budget devices since long before Honeycomb, often with predictably low-quality results. On paper, the[...]

LG G-Slate Review

The T-Mobile G-Slate with Google from LG is an 8.9-inch Honeycomb tablet with 3D capabilities. Does it offer enough to differentiate it from the Honeycomb pack, which includes the Xoom[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Review: Power in a Small Package

Samsung was responsible for releasing the very first Google-sanctioned Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab, so it's no surprise that it has this business down to a science, which is evident[...]

How to Side-Load Apps on a Budget Android Tablet

With the recent boom in cheap tablets running Google's Android platform, a lot of new users are being introduced to the world of Android on larger screens. However many budget[...]

Dell Streak 7 Announced, 10-inch Dell Tablet also Caught on Camera

The Dell Streak 7 was announced at CES today. Though the Streak 7 will run Google Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) and have access to the Android Market, it will sport[...]

Motorola Xoom Honeycomb Tablet Finally Official

What could be the hottest device coming out of CES is finally official. The Motorola Xoom tablet will be the first tablet running Google Android Honeycomb (3.0), an operating system[...]

HTC Announces Flyer Android Tablet with Stylus Support

Finally, HTC has entered the tablet market at Mobile World Congress with the HTC Flyer Android tablet, which combines what HTC calls "natural touch and pen interaction" with Google Android[...]

Honeycomb Preview SDK Released Revealing Android 3.0 Features

Google has released a Honeycomb preview SDK for developers, allowing eager app writers a head start on writing applications for the Google tablet OS, and revealing the features users can[...]

Google Taking Steps to Reduce Android Fragmentation

One of the advantages of the Android OS is its flexibility -- device makers can tweak it to run on a wide variety of hardware. However, this can lead to[...]

Will Tablet Gaming Ever Rival Console Gaming?

Eighty-four percent of tablet owners claim gaming is their number one tablet activity, according to a Google Admob survey, and there are now 25 EA games published for the iPad,[...]

Tablet News Week in Review: Notion Ink Adam Tablet on the Way, More iPad 2 Rumors

Coming out of CES, things are starting to pick up with more news about the Notion Ink Adam tablet, iPad 2 rumors, and predictions about Google's dominance in the tablet[...]

Google to Demo Honeycomb at Android Event

Google announced it will be holding an Android event at the Googleplex on February 2, where the search giant will share "an in-depth look at Honeycomb, Android ecosystem news and[...]

No Windows Tablet OS Until 2012?

Inside sources at Microsoft have revealed that the company doesn't intend to release a competitor to the Google Android and Apple iOS tablet operating systems until 2012.

Google Announces Honeycomb 3.1, Ice Cream Sandwich Too

Google today announced the first major update to Honeycomb, fittingly dubbed Honeycomb 3.1. Enhancements include an updated task switcher, widget resizing and the ability for Honeycomb devices to act as[...]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Getting OS Update, But Not Honeycomb

The Samsung Galaxy Tab will finally be receiving an operating system update, but not to Google's Honeycomb tablet OS.

Google Docs for Honeycomb Tablets Review

The recent Google Docs Honeycomb update isn't what most users would consider a dramatic leap forward. It is, however, a convenient improvement for tablet owners looking to use that added[...]

Motorola Xoom to Cost $800?

A leaked Verizon product slide reveals the Motorola Xoom Honeycomb tablet could cost a hefty $800 at launch. The slide, obtained by Android Central from a tipster, lists that the[...]

Google Officially Unveils Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Google offered the first official look at its Android 4.0 operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich, at a press event with Samsung in Hong Kong. After getting an extensive rundown of[...]

Xoom Users Get Exclusive First Access to Google Music Beta UPDATE

Google is preparing to launch a new cloud-based music service known as Music Beta. The intriguing new service, set to compete with the Amazon Cloud Player, will first be available[...]

Tablet News Week in Review: Google CEO Steps Down, Toshiba Teases Tablet

The most significant news this week was Google CEO Eric Schmidt passing the torch to Larry Page, but there's also news about the Toshiba Honeycomb tablet, HTC, Notion Ink Adam,[...]