Aganetha Dyck has thousands, maybe millions, of collaborators for her art. Working with bees she rents from a keeper, she gives ordinary objects like shoes, footballs, helmets, and chipped thrift store knickknacks a second life—cloaked in honeycomb.
Android is awesome and powerful, but it has, shall we say, a learning curve. That scares some people away. After all, iOS is so intuitive that babies can use it. Literally. But you're not a baby.
I suppose it's not a little ironic that what is easily the best Android tablet yet does not look a little bit like an iPad, but a lot like an iPad, and is being sued for trademark infringement—though not by Apple. If you want to be generous, you could say that Asus's Transformer Prime stands on the shoulders of…
Xyboard. It sounds like a xylophone made sweaty, mumbly love to a chalkboard. Putting that aside, the Xyboard is a pretty serious tablet with an IR blaster, boom-packing speakers, and hardware that screams more "stealth bomber!" than "another generic Android tablet you don't care about."
In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, the Android faithful have achieved root access to the Kindle Fire though a simple, one-click process, opening the doors to mucho customization. But just because you can, should you?
Seven inches or ten inches? Geek rage over which form factor fits best will never end, unless the entire debate is crushed under the weight of this 65-inch Android behemoth. Now you can watch screen lag in 1080p!
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer with its detachable keyboard dock has been one of the best-selling Android tablets yet. The Eee Pad Slider's keyboard is permanently attached, so you can type wherever you go. Better, right?! Maaaaaaybe.
When Apple's Power Mac G4 came out it was classified as a super computer. It had dual-processors! What would the people of the past have made of this tablet computer, which is the first to have a quad-core processor?
Would you lug around a tablet nearly twice as heavy as the competition if it meant the thing was virtually indestructable? If you're prone to gadget disasters, then you just might like the Android-powered Panasonic Toughpad A1.
What, you may be asking, is the point of unveiling a tablet alongside one that's touted as being the "Media Edition"? Shouldn't all tablets have media at its heart? Funnily enough, the Media Edition is smaller, at 8.2-inches, with the Xoom 2 clocking in at 10.1-inches.
Those of you waiting on the edge of your seats for Samsung to reveal when their Honeycomb powered Galaxy Tab 7 Plus tablet would hit U.S. shores can finally chill out.
Finally some good news from Netflix, which has been having a sub-awesome couple of months. Their Android app has been upgraded to support 3.x devices, which should mean sweet streaming video for you Honeycomb tablet at long last.
There's something like 8,142* different Android Tablets on sale right now yet it seems like no one is really using them. I mean, I've yet to see one in public! But that's an inexact method of testing. More exact? How the iPad usage obliterates Android tablets in web traffic. According to Comscore, iPads made up for…
What price the luxury of watching Friends re-runs on your Android tablet? If you ask Sling Media, it's $30, which is what they're charging for the SlingPlayer app. Compatible with Honeycomb (and likely upcoming versions too), you must have a Slingbox to actually, y'know, sling TV shows to your tablet. [Android via …
I had major deja vu writing this. That's because as cool as the Galaxy Tab 8.9 is, it's basically just the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but slightly smaller. Which actually makes it noticeably better.
Two things to be gleaned here. 1) Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 7 Plus is almost exactly like the 10.1, 8.9 and 7.7 tabs. 2) If you bought a first generation Galaxy Tab 7 and hoped for Honeycomb, you're probably screwed.
We wanted to love the original Thrive tablet with its many full-sized ports, but oh man was it chunky. The Thrive 7-Inch is almost exactly the same, but everything is smaller. It's still chunky, but it's not too much anymore.
Archos Android tablets. Typically considered also-rans, but these things do have a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and up to 250GB harddrives.