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Articles tagged with: galaxy tab

Virgin America Offering Chromebooks For Your Flight

Virgin America will soon make chromebooks available to its passengers at select airport gates from the first of July through September 30th. Passengers will even be able to take them on select flights. Those who do choose to take it on board, will receive free in-flight WiFi as well.

The chromebooks will initially be available for passengers who are flying from San Francisco International Airport Terminal 2, and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) or Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

Tegra 2 Processors Handle LTE Just Fine

There have been a lot of rumors going around that Nvidia’s new Tegra 2 chips do not support LTE devices that have been arriving on the market. I suppose Nvidia was tired of all the hear-say and made a statement, specifically on the phone with Droid-Life.

Nvidia stated that Tegra has no compatibility issues with Long Term Evolution, and that the Tegra-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G LTE tablet runes on Verizon’s LTE network, making it a perfect example of the happy compatibility between the two platforms.

AnyDATA’s Mass Marketed Tablets Are Coming Soon

AnyDATA is coming out with some gorgeous tablet PCs aimed at the consumer market. The two 7-inch tablets look similar to the Galaxy Tab, will both be equipped with WiFi and sport 1024 x 600 resolution displays. Now how do these two tablets differ? Well, the AMD120 will be a 4G tablet while the AMD810 will work on the 3G network.

The AMD120 will ship with the Android Gingerbread OS but have the Honeycomb OS as an option. The AMD810 will only be available…

Bibliographies The Easy Way — With An App!!

Here’s an idea for all you students who love producing research papers, but hate working on the requisite bibliography. Now you can simply scan in the bar codes of your books with your phone, and you’ll be sent a citation in an email, fitting one of four styles: APA, MLA, Chicago, or IEEE. No longer will you have to type all of that bibliography information manually; Quick Cite will do it for you. Quick Cite is built for both the iPhone and Android platforms and costs 99 cents. The team from the University of Waterloo that designed the app is named 7Cubed.

Samsung Galaxy 10.1 – Mobile Entertainment Experience

The Galaxy Tab 10.1, the latest in the Galaxy Tab, with an amazing new dual-core. The device launched by Samsung at MWC 2011. Great Tablet – check it out.