While Nokia has dumped MeeGo, Intel, its partner for the OS, is still sticking with its plans and bringing MeeGo devices to Mobile World Congress 2011.
Nokia will launch Symbian devices as planned, and will even develop the platform further, but only till it is ready to use Windows 7.
The company's HP Synergy technology enables users to synchronize personal data among HP's smartphones and tablet.
All that you could do with an iPad can be done on Android, plus there's Google Maps in 3D.
LG G-Slate will be the first Android Honeycomb device with a 3D camera in March when it is launched.
RIM is considering supporting Android apps on its BlackBerry OS platform. This move is likely to reduce the time it will take for Research In Motion to create a mass of applications running on its upcoming PlayBook tablet, which uses a completely new operating system called QNX.
This version of the OS is specially designed for tablets and includes a lot of new features and upgrades. Read on to know what these new features are.
Apple iPad has finally been launched in India and is available with a base price of Rs 27,900 going up to Rs 44,900 for the top spec one.
Speculation about the possible launch of HTC tablets gets another boost with HTC trade marking the name HTC Sensation.
BSNL and Apple have inked a deal according to which BSNL will provide dedicated plans for iPad which Apple will launch in India within the next week.
iOS users trying to visit Toshiba's tablet site are taunted for owning an iPhone or iPad.
LG is not ready to officially launch the G-Slate, but the company is not averse to its appearance in other ways.
Apple is all set to launch its celebrated iPad next week. The device will be available at prices ranging from Rs 35,000 to Rs 40,000. The best part of the deal is that it will not be network locked like an iPhone, which is available only with Airtel or Vodafone.
The Notion Ink Adam tablet has been shipped from the China factory to Hong Kong. From there the devices will reach the customers.
MSI recently showcased its Windpad tablets at CES, and is now preparing to launch them in India within the next couple of months.