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The time of year has arrived, and Verizon has just begun hosting their Dads and Grads sale for celebrating the graduates as well as the supportive fathers through a grand sale. If you have been longing for a certain device, now may very well be the time you get your head in the game. More »

Sticking to their promise from the Q2 release, the Thinkpad tablet will indeed be receiving an Ice Cream Sandwich update from Lenovo. More »

HTC has been updating lots of its smartphones to the newest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the past while, though none of the tablets made the list. And it is now official: the HTC Flyer, EVO View 4G and HTC Jetstream will not be receiving an update to ICS. More »

Big screens are very preferred these days when it comes to smart devices. Though, Viewsonic might have taken that idea to another whole new level…which is a 22-inch tablet that is to be announced at Taipei‚Äôs Computex. More »

Cisco has officially announced that they will no longer be investing on their Android-based Cius tablet project because of its unsuccessful sell in the market. Although the Cius tablet was revealed last 2010 as a business tablet running on Android OS, the company was also not able to enter it on Verizon’s network despite its announcement, clearly because it wasn’t doing well. More »

After hinting to everyone that there might be two versions of the Toshiba Excite 10 tablet, it looks like the information is definitely true because Toshiba has just announced its 10.1-inch AT300 Android tablet just yesterday! More »

Pretty much crashing the hope of the <a href=”previous rumor of Google releasing the five Nexus devices in November”>previous rumor of Google releasing the five Nexus devices in November (that is, if this device isn’t one of the five), another rumor has surfaced, saying that Google and ASUS will start shipping a tablet next month. More »

Acer has recently announced through its German Facebook page that the new Iconia Tab A510 is no longer shipping due to defective hardware. The company didn’t reveal the exact issue, but some users have reported some freezing issues in both the WiFi-only and 3G versions (A511). More »

ASUS‘ upcoming Transformer Pad Infinity Series has recently hit the FCC. The tablet was previously introduced at the CES as a high-resolution variant of the Transformer Prime with an impressive resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. More »

Sony has been planning on rolling out Android 4.0.3 updates for its Tablet P for awhile now, and the official update will be arriving on May 24th. More »