Sonos Updates Its Software—Promises Android Tablet Control, Spotify and…

Sonos Inc, makers of wireless HiFi stereo systems, announced a system software update today that promises a host of new features as well as deeper integration with two of the Internet's largest streaming music providers. Here's what's new. » 11/30/11 3:01am 11/30/11 3:01am

Your Android Tablet Just Got Better: What's New in Android 3.2

Android 3.2 is an unexpected little update, especially with Ice Cream Sandwich coming later this year. But good on Google for making its less-than-amazing Android tablets a little bit better all the time until that major new hotness happens. » 7/12/11 6:20pm 7/12/11 6:20pm

Where to Get That $80 HTC Flyer Stylus for Free

Honestly, I'm surprised HTC has the audacity to price a flippin' stylus at $80 in the first place. Even if it can sketch and do all sorts of magical tricks like make sandwiches. Unfortunately the free-stylus offer is only available at Best Buy, where it'll cost you $500 for the Flyer tablet and stylus. [Best Buy via … » 7/05/11 8:00am 7/05/11 8:00am

Android 3.2 Will Bring Real Honeycomb Goodness to 7-inch Tablets

Huawei has just launched their brand new 7-inch MediaPad, and it's running the new Android 3.2. It won't be the only one; the new Honeycomb will bring on real Android amenities to a whole range of tablets jonesing for some love. » 6/20/11 10:44am 6/20/11 10:44am

HTC Flyer On Sale Today Across Europe From 499 Euros

HTC's first tablet, the Flyer, has hit store shelves in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania, costing 499 Euros (£600, $710) for the Wi-Fi/16GB model, or Wi-Fi and 3G with 32GB of storage for 649 Euros (£480, $923). [HTC] » 5/13/11 5:10am 5/13/11 5:10am

HTC Flyer Tablet Priced at $980 by UK Retailer

UK retailer The Carphone Warehouse has given the HTC Flyer tablet a pre-order price of £600, which converts neatly to $980. Quite a lot of pennies, even if that is for the 3G and Wi-Fi version. The price for the Wi-Fi only model hasn't been announced yet, but if it's not equal or lower than the comparable iPad 2… » 4/11/11 7:25am 4/11/11 7:25am

Rumor: 10-Inch HTC Tablet Coming?

A Staples training document has appeared, showing that oft-mentioned 8.9-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, as well as 10-inch tablets from Acer, Toshiba and HTC. As HTC's only shown a 7-inch Flyer tablet previously, we're quite intrigued by this mention. [Droid-Life] » 3/14/11 1:35pm 3/14/11 1:35pm

HTC Flyer Tablet Shows Up On Amazon For a Maybe Not Insane $730

What to make of the 32GB HTC Flyer? It's a 7-inch tablet, which we're inherently skeptical about, but it's one that we actually really enjoyed using. And at the listed price of 669 Euro ($730), it's going to be cost-competitive with the current-generation 32GB iPad. And will be even cheaper if they can get a… » 2/16/11 8:28am 2/16/11 8:28am

HTC Flyer, the Aluminium Android Tablet That Plays Console Games

Like every other 7-inch Android tablet, HTC's Flyer is essentially a very big phone. It even looks slightly phonier than the rest. But it might be the nicest oversized phone-tablet yet. » 2/15/11 2:28am 2/15/11 2:28am

Rumor: HTC Flyer Tablet Launching March, Resembling Large Desire…

According to the always-rumormongering, often-incorrect Taiwanese publication Digitimes, HTC's got three tablets for the first half of 2011, with the first launching in the US in March. It'll be called the Flyer allegedly, and will resemble the Desire phone—plus run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), as we heard before. The… » 1/20/11 6:20am 1/20/11 6:20am