Kevin has the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Asus Transformer Prime in hand and they both look sweet. There were several other topics to discuss this week in mobile too.
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T-Mobile gained $3 billion as a part of the AT&T deal fallout, along with more AWS spectrum and a long term UMTS roaming agreement.
The Jawbone UP band launched in November as a device to help you improve your health and for many of us it has worked well. However, there were also a large number of people with issues and Jawbone is taking bold steps to correct the problem.
Mobile phones are always with us and are great for following sports action when we are out and about. ScoreMobile was updated for the iPhone and iPod touch and is an excellent application for sports fans.
The Jawbone UP is a new entry to the health and fitness market and uses an unobtrusive band to track our sleeping, eating, and movements 24/7.
The Apple Smart Cover is a nice solution for the front of your iPad, but what about protecting the back? The Griffin IntelliCase solves that with a full protective back cover and front flip cover with magnets.
Microsoft's first update doesn't appear to be launching as smoothly as hoped, but a Dell Venue Pro available in India appears to have launched with NoDo already in place.
The iPass Mobile Workforce Report issued yesterday covered five trends from 2010 and five predictions for 2011. They all seem valid to me, based on my experiences and discussions.
The Sprint HTC EVO 4G has been out for just over three weeks and there is now an HTC software update to fix a few issues. The free update is available now.
The Apple iPad is an extremely powerful device and there are now some excellent Office-compatible applications available. In this showdown we take a look at the four top apps for working on the road and ask you which is your favorite.