Lenovo has announced a family of tablets that'll be available in the next few months. There'll be the consumer-focussed IdeaPad Tablet K1, the business-targeted ThinkPad Tablet and the IdeaPad Tablet P1 for home and office use.
The IdeaPad Tablet K1 and ThinkPad Tablets will run Android 'Honeycomb' v3.1, while the Tablet P1 will use Microsoft Windows 7.
PopCap Games has signed an agreement to pre-load a number of its games on Sony Ericsson Xperia mini and Xperia mini pro smartphones, marking the 'official' arrival of PopCap games on Android devices in Europe.
The deal will roll out later this summer, with the full version of Chuzzle being pre-installed along with unlimited trial versions of other games, such as Peggle and Plants vs Zombies.
This week's podcast from TheFonecast.com takes a look at Everything Everywhere's departing CEO, Vodafone's security concerns, ZTE's own-brand phones, HTC's legal worries and Sony Ericsson's results. As usual, the programme is hosted by Iain Graham with James Rosewell and Mark Bridge.
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Mark Bridge writes:
I like a bit of competition. It can encourage innovation, whether it's NASA's moon landings or Formula 1's telemetry. And it can be entertaining to watch, from Premiership football to the Tour de France.
It's one of the reasons the mobile industry still excites me. Although the frenzied growth of the 1990s is gone, there are still many competing forces.