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Tech News Weekly Round-Up 30th June 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 release date

Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy tablet family is scheduled for an August 4 release. Although there is no mention of price, you can expect the 8.6mm super thin Galaxy Tab 10.1 to be sporting Android Honeycomb 3.1, a Tegra 2 dual core processor and a 1080p-capable 1280×800 WXGA display. It’ll be available in both Wi-Fi and 3G versions and you even get a choice of black or white.

ITV Player lands on Android screens

Android adopters will officially be the first bunch of mobile users to rock ITV’s first ever mobile application. The app will offer unlimited Wi-Fi streaming from all four of ITV’s channels, although some users may miss out on a few shows depending on location restrictions.

If you fancy dipping your toes in some pocketable on-demand telly then you’ll need to be wielding Android 2.2 or above, as well as Adobe Air 2.6. Honeycomb owners should also take solace in the fact that an optimised version for their slates is just around the corner. As for iOS owners – they’ll just have to wait patiently for their turn to play.

Sony Offers Wimbledon Coverage in 3D

If you’re worried about missing out on this year’s Wimbledon, Sony has just the ticket for you. They will be bringing all home viewers the chance to watch the tennis live in 3D with the help of some HD quality active 3D glasses.

This is the first time the world class tennis event will be broadcast in 3D. Using full HD 3D Bravia TVs, Sony is to game, set and match the viewing experience for tennis fans. You will be able to watch matches live in 3D from the touch of a button, making sure you get the real court side experience.

The 3D broadcast will be screened on Saturday 2nd July and Sunday 3rd July across all major HD platforms.