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Your smartphone and / or tablet is just begging to get updated. From time to time, these mobile devices are blessed with maintenance refreshes, bug fixes, custom ROMs and anything in between, and so many of them are floating around that it's easy for a sizable chunk to get lost in the mix. To mak

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Microsoft's Andy Lees quashed dreams of Windows tablets running a Mango-style OS during a talk at the company's Worldwide Partners Conference today, saying the mobile operating system would conflict with the outfit's ideas of what makes a slate. According to Electronista, Lees said the computing gia

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We've heard an awful lot about a Windows tablet OS this past year, with stirrings of a 2012 launch -- heck, even Steve Ballmer's fanned the flames of speculation -- and now the rumor mill's been set in motion with word of an impending preview expected next week. According to Bloomberg, three sour

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We've caught wind of many whispers about a Windows designed specifically for tablets, but the latest scuttlebutt states we won't get to add them to our mobile arsenal anytime soon -- Bloomberg's anonymous sources report that Microsoft won't release a tablet operating system until the 2012 back-to-s

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It's on, suckers. Motorola just sent us this \"Tablet Evolution\" teaser video for their CES 2011 announcements, and it doesn't mince any words -- it calls the iPad a \"giant iPhone\" and says the Samsung Galaxy Tab is running Android \"for a phone\" before closing out with a buzzing bee over that new r

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We know you're all partyin' up a storm at the Adobe MAX conference, but just in case one of you missed it, RIM's announced the availability of the Adobe AIR SDK for BlackBerry Tablet OS -- not to mention a little something called the BlackBerry PlayBook Simulator. Needless to say (but we'll say it

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Nokia may have shot down rumors that it was planning to completely replace its Symbian OS with Maemo, but that hasn't taken all the shine off the mobile OS, and a new, lone screenshot has now surfaced to further stoke those flames of anticipation (it's okay, you can admit it). As you can see above,

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We're all  pretty well familiar with Panasonic's infamous Let's Note laptop lineup (known affectionately in the States as the Toughbook series), and their adorable little T4 is among the smallest and lightest. Well, looks like they wanted to teach an old dog a new trick for their ten year anni

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