Sony Takes Another Swing at Android Tablets With Xperia S

Sony on Wednesday launched the Xperia Tablet S at the IFA consumer electronics show in Germany. It’s the second generation of the Tablet S, and it continues its predecessor’s positioning as both a tablet and a universal remote control. However, the Xperia Tablet S is slimmer than its predecessor. Further, it has a quad-core Tegra […]

Linux at CES 2012: Everything You Need to Know

Linux has been gaining some serious mileage over the years. Linux and other high-end Open Source software like Blender are not some hobbyists-only stuff anymore and the whole technology world is slowly starting to realize the positive and unbiased influence Open Source and Linux has on everything technology. Linux was quite prominently featured at just […]

Google’s Schmidt Does the Android Definition Boogie

As Android smartphones sell like hot cakes — 3.7 million were reportedly activated on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day — concerns about the fragmentation of the operating system are increasing, and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt sought to allay those fears while speaking at a panel at the Consumer Electronics Show Tuesday. Schmidt reportedly stated that […]

Lenovo Unwraps Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ Smart TV

At the Consumer Electronics Show on Sunday, Lenovo unveiled a smart TV it says is the world’s first to run Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich. Powered by a QualComm 8060 Snapdragon dual core CPU, the smart device — called the “K91″ — features a 55-inch screen, a gamepad, and a user interface that combines […]

All Eyes on Ubuntu as CES Draws Near

“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious,” a very wise man once said, and that’s surely as true in the tech world as it is in the rest of life. Maybe that’s why so many have been so intrigued by Canonical’s cryptic announcement last week about its plans for this week’s CES […]