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    When you're making a portable device that claims to be water resistant, one of the big tricks when manufacturing it is making sure that there aren't any wide-open gaps in the frame. At least, that's the way things should be, but some problems in Sony's assembly line cranking-out its new Tablet S have led the company to put a halt to the tablet's production while the issue's resolved. The problem is reportedly in the boundary surrounding the display, where a gap makes it quite easy for water to find its way into the otherwise water-resistant casing. Sony's issued a statement regarding the ...

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    Some info leaked in the weeks leading up to the IFA, including images showing-off a new Sony tablet, presumed to be the successor to its Tablet S. They showed a much thinner tablet, as well as a convertible keyboard cover, Surface-style. Sure enough, Sony has just made things official at its IFA press event, announcing this new tablet as the Xperia Tablet S. Like the rumors indicated, the new entry to the Xperia lineup runs a quad-core Tegra 3. It's lighter and thinner than the first Tablet S, runs Ice Cream Sandwich, and features a 9.4-inch 1280 x 800 IPS LCD. The leaked software features ...

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    The end of next month is when owners of a Sony tablet -- namely Tablet S or Tablet P -- should be preparing to receive the official Ice Cream Sandwich update from the manufacturer. Together with the platform refresh, some special features will be added like photo editing in the gallery, and panoramic pictures. "Small Apps" is something you might be familiar with if you have (or have seen) a Samsung tablet. These "small apps", which could be a calculator or browser window, will be running on top any other application currently displayed, pretty much like something the South Korean ...

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    The Sony Tablet S, together with the Tablet P, is expected to receive an official update to Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich together with the manufacturer's 2011 Xperia line of phones. Until then, however, you might be interested in rooting your tablet. First you need to acknowledge that there's a risk involved, as usual, when tinkering with your tablet; then make a backup of what's important just to be on the safe side. Now that you've got those out of the way, head over to XDA Developers for the goodies. You'll be required to put your Tablet S in USB debugging mode, grab the exploit, ...

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    Sony Ericsson (back then, now just Sony) brought the news on September 8 to the world that its entire 2011 Xperia line-up will receive Ice Cream Sandwich updates. While there isn't an exact roll-out date -- some imply March -- it is safe to expect the new ROMs this Spring. Together with the Xperia phone line-up Sony is also preparing to update its current tablets, the Sony Tablet S and Tablet P, to the latest iteration of Android. These tablets are reportedly already running test ICS code and the final bits will be rolled-out this spring. Speaking of the Sony tablets, it looks like they ...

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