F5 Keeps Android Users Connected and Productive with New Secure Access Solutions

F5 Networks, the global leader in Application Delivery Networking, today announced that its BIG-IP® Edge Client™ is the industry’s first SSL VPN solution that...

Cloud-Based Keyboard for Android Smartphones and Tablets Released

A.I.type has released a new version - A.I.type Keyboard Plus for Android. It’s intelligent – employing a cloud based multi-tiered language modeling system. It’s...

CompanionLink Announces PC Sync Support for the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer

CompanionLink® Software announces two-way synchronization of contacts, calendar, tasks and notes between PC software and the ASUS® Eee Pad™ Transformer. CompanionLink supports sync with...

VMware Partners with Samsung to Virtualize Mobile Devices

Industry Leaders Team to Bring Virtual Desktops and Dual Persona Capabilities to Mobile Devices VMworld 2011, VMware, the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure,...

TI’s OMAP platform powers Windows 8 tablets with advanced visual and computing capabilities

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) hosts an OMAP4470 processor-based tablet running on a pre-release version of Windows 8 at the 2012 Consumer Electronics...

Splashtop Remote Desktop Bundled with ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Tablet

Application gives Android tablet users access to Windows programs and media SAN JOSE, Calif: Splashtop Inc., the worldwide leader in instant-access computing, today announced that...

Wyse Extends Its Mobile Cloud Computing Market Leadership on Android Tablets

Wyse Technology, the global leader in Cloud Client Computing, today announced new capabilities in PocketCloud Version 1.1, adding performance improvements for phones and tablets, advanced Microsoft NLA security, and optimization for tablets such as the new Samsung Galaxy Tab and Cisco Cius. In addition, Wyse announced that over 250,000 users have downloaded PocketCloud virtual desktop apps for Google Android and Apple’s iOS devices.

Google’s Android stars at electronics show

Google may not have had any gadgets on display at the Consumer Electronics Show which closed here Sunday but the Internet giant made its presence felt. At a show where touchscreen tablet computers were king, Google's Android operating system was the crown prince.

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