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Monday, 5 Sep 2011
The lawsuit dispute between Apple and Samsung seems to spill over to IFA 2011 where the Galaxy Tab 7.7 was apparently removed from the show floor a few days after its announcement.
Friday, 2 Sep 2011
Another tablet will be joining the party, with Sony's Tablet S pre-loading Google Android 3.0 and armed with an A/V remote control.
LG Electronics reveals "LG PenTouch TV" at IFA - a series of plasma HDTVs which enables viewers to interact with the Internet or to create and modify a variety of content on the screen via a touch-sensitive stylus pen.
Samsung intends to blur the distinction between smartphones and tablets with its upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone, a device with a huge 5.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen and a dedicated built-in stylus.
Confirming what we've reported earlier, HTC has just unveiled its latest Windows Phone 7 devices preloaded with the Mango update, named as the HTC Titan and Radar.
Kernel.org, a site that distributes Linux source kernels, suffered a breach of security according to a leaked email by Chief Administrator John Hawley.
Toshiba announced its latest tablet model, the AT200 which runs on Android 3.2. It is amazingly thin at 7.7mm, has a 10.1-inch display and is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor.
Thursday, 1 Sep 2011
The HP TouchPad will be selling for S$126 and S$201 for the 16GB and 32GB versions at Comex 2011, with additional purchase-to-purchase options available at the HP booth.
Sony reveals prices for its S and P tablets. The 16GB version of the S model will cost US$499, while the 32GB edition will retail for US$599. The P tablet will cost 599 Euros.
The iPhone icon used in the latest Apple Photo Stream beta for developers gave possible hints on the design of the upcoming device.