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We take Vodafone's new 4G (LTE) network for a test-drive using Sony's 10.1-inch Xperia Tablet Z.
Customers wanting to get their hands on the cut-down iPad tablet running on a 4G network can do so from Thursday in the UK.
Get ready for more advertising to hit your tablets with the announcement of Mojiva Tab
For networks big enough to justify the cost, Fluke's OptiView XG is the only tool you'll need to solve most network problems. However, it's just too expensive for smaller networks.
Facebook for iPad app includes chat function and full-screen photo viewing...
The best way to find new apps on the Android market.Make the Android market usable, and find your next favorite app, live wallpaper...
Network equipment vendor launches business-grade device to address lack of durable tablet options, and releases new mobile app framework to let developers code once for multiple platforms.
Philadelphia Media Network is gambling that getting tablet computers into the hands of readers will be a path to salvation.
As smartphone and tablet sales rise, so is the stress put on mobile networks. Research out today warns mobile network operators on data usage pricing.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G is lighter, slimmer, and designed to work on a faster network than the iPad 2. But at $530 for the 16 GB version, will consumers pay more for an Android tablet?
Research In Motion's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet launched on Friday but Vodafone is the only UK network currently stocking the device.Out of the major UK mobile networks, the seven-inch 16GB PlayBook device is currently only being offered for sale on launch day by Vodafone — priced at £399 — but is not currently being offered on subsidised contract deals.
Fluke Networks has announced the OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet, a 10.25in.
The nation's number two telco Optus has confirmed plans to bust open the doors of the love nest created this week by Telstra and Motorola, saying that it will launch the US mobile giant's Xoom Android tablet on its own network just a month after the device goes on sale with Telstra.
Telstra has today confirmed that it will bring the Motorola Xoom tablet to the Next G network in May after the telco's commitment to the device was leaked exclusively to ZDNet Australia yesterday.
Revolutionary mobile network and now wireless broadband with a cheap tablet, when it comes to knowing what the consumer wants and delivering a good product, Mukesh Ambani is on the right path.
This week has already seen a rumor about a Motorola tablet that will let Verizon FiOS customers watch TV anywhere, and the Dish Network announcing an upgrade to their mobile apps to let subscribers access their set-top boxes remotely. Now Cablevision has acknowledged that subscribers will soon be able to watch programming on their iPads, with one big catch: It will only work at home.
The next battle in the pay TV wars is being waged away from the TV. Rumors are flying that Verizon FiOS subscribers will be able to watch TV on a forthcoming tablet from Motorola, and now Dish Network is bringing live TV streaming to mobile devices for its customers.
I don't know about you but I can't wait for the iPhone (and tablet for that matter) to come to Verizon Wireless. It's simply a better network in my area.
Apple made several recent iPod and iPhone announcements and on MobileTechRoundup show #110 we start off with our thoughts on the iPhone price drop and Jobs US$100 store credit. We then talked a bit about my HTC Advantage review and whether or not I'll buy the device, the new HP iPAQ devices, thoughts on the iPod Touch and the impact of QVGA to VGA on a handheld. HP also added a 64GB SSD option to its Tablet and Kevin brings in a Palm freeware of the show. We close with a warning of the Quechup spamming social network site.
The next tablet from Nokia may offer WiMax connectivity and a Webcam, but don't expect it to connect to a mobile network
I'm back on the Tablet again--and loving it once more. Whatever I think of Microsoft's slipping grip on the rest of the network OS, there's no doubt that the Tablet continues to go where noone has gone before.