Not that there is a whole lot of these types of games out for Android, but if you are into snowboarding games, Big Mountain Snowboarding is one of the best ones available. Featuring full 3D graphics and realistic snowboarding action, it's a pretty solid title. The developers have just released an update for tablet optimization as well.
Archos had a decent run with their first few Android tablets that they released but one of the drawbacks to them was the lack of Android Market access. Well that has changed with their new line of tablets heading our way. They also stepped up their game when it comes to hardware too.
Some of our readers have been experiencing an interesting little issue when it comes to logging into their Gameloft Live accounts. It seems to be isolated to tablets, for whatever reason, but when they are logging in , they end up logged into other peoples accounts instead of their own.
Back during CES 2011 we got to take a look at Toshiba and their offering for the Android tablet market. This 10.1" beastly tablet was one of our favorites out of the entire show back then. Over the past few months since CES, there really hasn't been a whole lot of info aside from official specs released.
We saw these tablets previewed back during CTIA 2011 by Samsung and now the wait is almost over if you've been wanting one since then. Samsung is getting ready to release their 10.1 dual-core Android tablet onto the market for public consumption starting June 8th in New York City.
Got skillz? If you are not sure if you have got the skills to be a DJ and don't feel like investing in all the gear just to find out you're tone deaf, there is good news on the horizon for you. Soon you will be able to live out your DJing fantasies thanks to a new game coming soon from Playpen Studios.
The other day Madfinger Games, developers of the awesome action game Samurai II: Vengeance, announced their upcoming title for dual and quad-core Android devices called Shadowgun. Since then many media sites have been labeling it as one of the most graphically impressive games for Android.
Computex 2011 is currently underway over in Taiwan and one of the little gems of awesomeness that has come out of Computex already is in regards to nVidia showing off some serious eye candy on their upcoming quad-core chipset, codenamed Kal-El. The game is called Glowball and it does, indeed, shine.
Recently Google I/O 2011 ended and during that event, Google announced the Honeycomb 3.1 update which comes with a slew of new improvements and features. Since then it has been rolling out to Motorola XOOM owners (both WiFi and Verizon) over the past couple weeks.
Everyone has probably heard by now that Amazon has some goodies in the works when it comes to Android devices. Well some news regarding their tablets that are being developed has come out that these devices, codenamed Coyote and Hollywood, will be multi-core Android tablets, slated for release near the end of this year.
Asus already has a couple of hits under their belts in the short time they have been in the tablet game and it looks like they are planning to ride that wave with some high-end hardware for their next batch of tablets. With one being dual-core and another sporting a Qualcomm chip coming out in the next month or two.
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