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ZTE has become the latest hardware maker to toss the proverbial hat into the 8-inch tablet ring. The Chinese manufacturer today announced the V81, and 4.1 Jelly Bean experience that
Samsung has today begun selling a new Garnet Red Edition of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 for a limited time. The special edition comes with preloaded with 4.1 Android Jelly
Samsung is reported to be developing a 7-inch Android tablet that will undercut the price of the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD. That is, of course, provided you believe
The first real-world images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 have surfaced and they show a strikingly similar design as the smaller Galaxy Note II. (It’s not often you get
Limited time promotion sees the 32GB version (w/ HSPA+) selling for $199.99
ASUS yesterday announced a budget-friendly 7-inch Android tablet, the $150 MeMO Pad. Looking remarkably similar to the Nexus 7 on the surface, the difference is found under the hood. Perhaps
The kid-friendly tablet is a great way to introduce Android into your education regiment.
The tablet race tightens as Apple sees its lowest market share yet for the iPad.
Have a Nook Color or Nook Tablet and find yourself envying those with more full-blown Android tablets? Take things into your own hands with the latest release from the fellows
For all the appeal that comes with a $100-$150 Android tablet, experienced users are often quick to point out the omissions and holes. One particular detail that often comes up
Toshiba has introduced another new Android-based tablet, this time announcing the AT300SE for the U.K. market. Powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the tablet features an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor,
AT&T has started running a new limited time promotion which sees customers receiving $100 off Android tablets. Specifically, buyers can earn the $100 savings on any tablet when purchased with
The Staples Black Friday ad is online and, if you’re expecting to save bundles on Android, you’ll be disappointed. There’s very little in the way of Android, some of which
Barnes & Noble dropped us a line early this morning to let everyone know that their two new Android-powered tablets, the Nook HD and Nook HD+ are ready to roll.
Even though T-Mobile decided to scrap plans for their New York press event this evening,they went ahead and issued a press release tied to the same topic. It was expected