According to reports on engadget and phone arena, Toshiba is about to unveil the thinnest Android tablet in the world. Toshiba introduced the 10.1″ Toshiba Thrive tablet over the summer. We first got to see it at CE Week in New York City. The Toshiba Thrive is a little on the big and bulky side
Microsoft has announced their 10th deal for Android patent licensing. Microsoft holds a number of patents that the Android operating system encompasses. Rather than taking various OEM and ODM’s to court for patent lawsuits, Microsoft prefers to license their patents out. They already have lucrative deals with both HTC and Samsung. Today they announced a
Toshiba kicked off the CEATEC 2011 show in Japan Monday by showing off yet another tablet. Toshiba had a really bad attempt at Android tablets last year in the Toshiba Folio. It was so bad that the tablet got the name “Failio” by many an Android and tech blogger. Fast forward to 2011 and Toshiba
Earlier this week Toshiba announced a new 7″ version of their highly productive Toshiba Thrive tablet. The honeycomb beast of a 7″ machine will reach the United States in December, according to Toshiba’s US Press folks, however it looks like it’s heading to Australia first. Unwired is reporting that the 7″ Thrive will be released
Some exciting news came out of a Toshiba event in New York City Tuesday evening, Toshiba has unveiled a 7″ version of the Toshiba Thrive. If you’ve been a TDG reader long than you know that the Toshiba Thrive is my daily driver. I’m a big believer in productivity via mobile and the Toshiba Thrive,
We have to give it to our Italian friends at NotebookItalia.com for getting the scoop on this story. Toshiba released a new 10.1 inch Honeycomb tablet today during their keynote at IFA. At last year’s IFA conference Toshiba released the Toshiba Folio tablet which failed to catch on before it went on sale in the
Although the doors to the show floor buildings (yes buildings) haven’t even open yet at Messe Berlin for IFA 2011, NotebookItalia was able to grab some pictures of the new Toshiba Android Tablet. We’re hearing that this ultra thin tablet running Honeycomb will be called the “excite” we will know later this afternoon after Toshiba’s
At press time we are just over five hours away from Samsung’s official Mobile news event called “Unpacked”. Absent this year from the event will be Samsung Mobile’s Vice President of Public Relations, Kim Titus, who has often hosted and emceed events like this. In his place we are expecting Nick DiCarlo and Samsung Mobile’s
Thedroidguy team is everywhere this week, New York, Atlanta and Berlin Germany for IFA 2011. In addition to the big Unpacked show from Samsung we’re now hearing via phonearena.com and androidandme that Toshiba is expected to release an ultra thin Android tablet, and guess what, it’s not Nvidia Tegra 2. According to Androidandme the processor
As we all know, over the course of the end of last week the HP Touchpad saw some very troubling news. First, Best Buy reportedly wanted a refund on over 200,000 Touchpads that they had ordered to fill their shelves. Then HP announced it was moving away from webOS. We now believe that Best Buy
If you read our tablet recommendations you’d see we gave the Toshiba Thrive very high marks. It’s just made for the mobile warrior. In addition to the greatness that comes with all of the Honeycomb laiden tablets, the Toshiba Thrive is designed around the business user. The Toshiba Thrive features a full sized USB port
So far the Toshiba Thrive has been one of the hottest tablets we’ve seen. Out of the box the Toshiba Thrive is the most functional for the mobile warrior. It includes a full sized SD card slot which supports up to 128gb. It also features a full size and mini usb connection with host support
While at CE Week NY we spent a lot of time with a great tablet, the Toshiba Thrive. After the Folio fiasco which we saw unfold personally last year at IFA, Toshiba has taken their time and expertise in other consumer electronic areas and given us the Toshiba Thrive Wi-Fi tablet. This tablet is amazing.
With all these tablets showing up its not surprising to hear that Toshiba has one up their sleeve. According to Tablets Planet Toshiba has announced their newest upcoming tablet featuring Android 3.0 that is available for pre-order on New York based retailer J&R’s online store.