Another week, another security flaw, with the latest a real dog of a hack, breaking into handsets using multimedia messages. But have no fear, because our people at Google tell us the company is ready with a patch.
We're big fans of tablets, but most of the Android slates we've seen haven't really differentiated themselves for the way they looked on a software level. While Google has evolved the Android platform on phones, it still doesn't feel amazing on tablets, but at least one developer is working on a solution.
Remember last year's Motorola Xoom? It was one of the first iPad competitors to grace our shores. With the new year upon us, Moto has made some improvements and partnered with Telstra for a new model.
A new tablet is coming from Sony, offering a smaller computing experience that can fit into pretty much any backpack. Called the "Tablet P", it's unlike any tablet you've seen, echoing a design seen on Nintendo's DS.
With CES done and dusted, Australia's division of Toshiba has come out and announced several new computers, as well as the upcoming release of the AT200 - world's thinnest tablet and a product we previewed last year.
There's been lots of buzz about the next generation of Android tablets, and one of the most talked up models is finally getting released here, a couple of months after it debuted overseas.
Right before Christmas, Acer has decided to unleash another tablet on Australians, with the 10.1 inch A200 hitting stores now, with a note that the new Android 4.0 operating system will be coming in January.
Samsung Australia was handed a win this week, with the courts overturning an earlier ruling banning the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and allowing it to be sold locally. With that in mind, we've just been handed Samsung's iPad competitor and can now tell you what you can look forward to.
Thinking of buying a tablet but didn't want to break the bank too much? Motorola has decided to take a chunk off the price tag of the Xoom in time for the holiday season.
It's the start of the week, and here at GadgetGuy, we've been given a new toy to play with. The follow-up from the Asus Eee Pad Transformer has arrived in the Slider, a new tablet that features technology similar to its predecessor, but puts the emphasis on the tablet rather than a netbook styling.