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Review: Gemini JoyTAB 8 Android tablet

  Name: Gemini JoyTAB 8 | Type: 8-inch Android tablet | Price: 8GB £129 The Gemini JoyTAB 8 is a low-cost Android 4.0 ICS tablet from budget masters Gemini. The quick summary is this is the last generation of disappointing…

Google Nexus 7 hands-on review

Google Nexus 7
EAT has the tasty new Google Nexus 7 with that sweet, sweet Jelly Bean Android 4.1 filling. For a £159 this represents the best-quality tablet at this price range and the best 7-inch tablet on the market. We’ll be filling…

Get ScummVM running on the HP TouchPad

ScummVM
Great news adventure fans! ScummVM has a very workable WebOS HP TouchPad port up and running. For those not in the know ScummVM is a game engine emulator that’s specifically designed to run adventure games of old, originally LucasArts games that used the SCUMM scripting system but it has expanded over time to support a host of them.

Try Polaris Office 3.0 for yourself

A lot of you still seemed awfully interested in Polaris Office 3.0, we’ve already covered about the reason it may not be available in the Android Market. We’ve also had a quick run through of its features. Still this isn’t…

What’s new in iOS 5?

IOS 5.0.1
Over at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, Apple has been showing off the abilities of the next major revision to its mobile operating system, iOS 5. Available for all generations of iPhone from 3GS onwards and both iPads so far, iOS 5 will be available for download sometime in the Autumn.

Top 6 Android benchmark apps

Objectively testing tablets and smartphones is never an easy job, beyond lyrical descriptions of the chassis and screen, to definitively say A is faster than B you need a range of benchmark tools to test them with. While we’ve already…

11 essential apps for Honeycomb

11 essential apps for Honeycomb
We has had an Android 3.0-powered tablet in the office for a couple of weeks now, which has given us plenty of time to figure out which apps are essential right now. We don’t have a lot to choose from, of course, as even the big name developers haven’t rushed to make their apps work well with larger screens. But there are enough that we’ve quickly become reliant on for our working lives.

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