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D-Link releases Tablet friendly MyDLink+

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Great news on the wire today for owners of a D-Link home monitering system, as you can now use your tablet device to monitor up to 4 cameras at a time in your home. D-Link announced the availability of MyDLink+, the premium, tablet-optimized big brother to the already popular MyDLink lite app in the Android Market. The latter, which is for Android phones, is free and monitors one camera at a time. The former, which has been reduced in the spirit of the season from $4.99 to just $.99, also allows you to monitor from WiFi or 3G. So no matter where you are, you're connected.

Intel demos Android devices on eve of CES 2012

Intel has begun showing off reference models of phones and tablets ahead of the annual event.

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Ask someone to name a microprocessor back in the late 90's and early 2000's and you'd likely hear Intel and then maybe AMD. Jump ahead a decade and now the names that roll off of tongues are Qualcomm, NVIDIA, and Texas Instruments. Why? Simply put, we're more mobile today than ever before and Intel just hasn't figured into the smartphone game. Until now.

Oracle Claims Android Is Stealing Java's "Traditionally Strong" Phone, TV, And Tablet Market Share - Really, Guys?

oracleIn a court filing last night demanding an early trial date for the ongoing Google v. Oracle patent litigation, Oracle claims that Android is now irreparably harming Java's market share in the mobile, TV, and tablet space. Oracle says that these are areas where Java "has traditionally been strong." News to us.

Last time I checked, cheap multimedia flip phones running Opera Mobile weren't exactly high on Google's target product list for Android, but maybe I missed the memo on that one. Also, please direct me to these Java-powered TVs and tablets, Oracle - the Amazon Kindle is not a tablet, it's an eReader. And tru2way, Sun's attempt at Java-powered set top boxes, was dead long before Android came around. Not that Google TV is exactly taking off, either.

The Official Google Branded Nexus Tablet?

The Google Nexus phones have been the “pure Google” Android experience for Android fans always running the current Google Android OS. Currently if your looking for the same experience in an Android tablet you have only one choice and thats the Motorola Xoom. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said to an Italian newspaper that the company plans to release some better competition to the iPad.

"World-Class" Experience: American Airlines Rolls Out Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 To Premium Cabins

american airlinesAmerican Airlines began rolling out Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets to premium cabins today, giving premium passengers innumerable ways to pass time on long flights. The initial rollout sounds quite impressive, covering select transcontinental and other domestic flights, and offering 70 movies on top of the Tab's numerous other entertainment options.

Snapdragon S4 tablet Gets Shown Off With ICS

Qualcomm’s snapdragon s4 development platform got a little upgrade today, well really a big upgrade. The tablet got an Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.1) upgrade making it one hell of an impressive tablet with dual 1080p cameras, and an LTE modem. We won’t see this device until next spring but qualcomm says they are working rigorously to get ICS optimized for all snapdragon processors.

Samsung to be first to market with retina display tablet?

Rumor has it that Samsung is prepping a killer tablet for MWC in February. Are the rumors true, or is it all just fabricated?

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[Press] World’s First MMOs to Unite Desktop and Mobile Devices

Spacetime Studios has achieved an industry milestone by removing the barriers between MMO players on different platforms. Pocket Legends and Star Legends, the world’s largest mobile MMO games, are now the first MMOs in history to allow people to play the same game together on desktop computers, smart phones and tablets.

Spacetime Games are played on a single global server, which means it is now possible for someone in the U.S. to play on their iPhone with someone in Germany on their Android tablet and someone in South Korea on their computer.

“There have always been technical walls between players of different platforms,” says Gary Gattis, CEO of Spacetime Studios. “Now, people are free to play on the device they choose with anyone, anywhere, anytime, whether they are at home or on-the-go.”

[Rumor] Samsung To Unveil An 11.6" 2560x1600px Tablet At Mobile World Congress In February 2012

tablet1Word from a "trusted source" at BGR is that Samsung is set to unveil a new tablet at MWC packing an 11.6" screen at 2560x1600. That's nearly twice as many pixels as 1080p in a dinky 11.6" package; thanks to a thinner bezel, said package is only slightly larger than the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

First official ICS tablet, for only $100

MIPS is first out of the gate with the Novo7, a low-end ICS tablet that's packing a 7-inch screen, 1GHz processor, and $100 price tag.

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