Samsung's unveiled a new tablet at this week's CTIA Wireless show in the United States. Just over a month ago it announced the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Barcelona... and it's now added to the range with the Galaxy Tab 8.9. (The figures refer to the screen size in inches).
In fact, a closer look reveals that the Tab 10.1 has changed since Barcelona.
LG has announced a new wireless mobile phone charger. It's called the LG Wireless Charging Pad and will be available in the USA next month for $69.99.
UK availability and pricing aren't known; in fact, LG hasn't even said which devices it'll work with.
RIM has announced a launch date and pricing for its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. It'll be available in the USA and Canada on 19th April via Best Buy, with a range of other retailers also expected to sell the devices.
There'll be three WiFi-equipped models, from $499 (around £305) for the 16GB version to $699 for the 64GB version.
Amazon has launched its Android mobile application store today.
Known as the Amazon Appstore (although that's not prevented Apple from taking legal action to protect its own App Store), it's currently only available to consumers in the USA.
Research from the Internet Advertising Bureau and PwC shows that the UK mobile advertising market grew 116% year-on-year in 2010, with a total of £83 million being spent.
Although entertainment and media brands have dominated mobile ad spending in recent years, the report shows this dominance is reducing as other advertisers are seeing the opportunities of mobile advertising.