Motorola’s original Xoom tablet was exciting thanks to the fact it was the world’s first real iPad competitor, despite the fact it hardly made a dent in iPad sales. Its successor looks to pick up the fight where the original Xoom left off, launching today on Telstra for $720 outright.
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Tech fans will be loving the news that QANTAS is joining the growing number of airlines testing WiFi on international flights. But will this bring an end to the solace one is afforded during a long haul flight?
Want to grab an iPad but don’t have the cash to buy one up front? Telstra has confirmed it will be selling the best-selling tablet device from Telstra stores from next Tuesday, November 15.
If you really like the idea of a tablet, but hate the idea of being locked into Apple’s ecosystem, yet don’t have the money for a Honeycomb powered Android tablet, local technology company Kogan has just announced a pair of new affordable Android tablets.
After weeks of paying lawyers exorbitant amounts of money to argue the validity of Apple’s patent case against Samsung’s shiny new Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Federal Court in Sydney today decided to rule against Samsung, blocking the Korean giant from selling its 10-inch tablet in Australia.
Ever since the iPad came out, rumours have been speculating about an Amazon-powered Android tablet, leveraging Amazon’s entertainment content network and cloud powered solutions. Well, overnight, Amazon kindled a fire that has finally delivered some competition to Apple’s iPad.
Android has been available on tablets for almost a full year now, but despite plenty of marketing, a specific version of the OS for tablets and dozens of different versions hitting the market, nobody has been able to even come close to threatening Apple’s iPad dominance. Sony’s Tablet S is the first device with serious [...]