Nokia debuts N1 tablet: 64-bit and Android-powered

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Nokia created some waves today when they debuted their newest device at Slush 2014. The device is an Android-powered tablet, named the Nokia N1. The N1, which looks very similar to an iPad mini in both size and design, is expected to come with an aluminum chassis, 7.9 inch display, a 64-bit ...

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Google Nexus 9 Review

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Google has taken both their tablets, the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, and combined them into a single powerhouse. The Nexus 9, which Google debuted on October 15th alongside the Nexus 6 and Android 5.0 Lollipop, is a top of the line device due to its killer hardware and build quality. The Nexus ...

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Android tablets make up ground in business activations

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With iOS continuing to dominate the mobile space on the business side, many will be surprised to see Android gain market share amongst business users in the tablet space. According to a recent quarterly report by Good Technology, Android tablets made up 11% of business activations in Q3 2014. ...

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Roadshow car stand for tablets review

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The Roadshow car stand for tablets is the perfect companion to take on long road trips, allowing you to securely attach your tablet to the headrest of the seat in front. The Good What sets the Roadshow car stand apart from any other similar product on the market is the sheer support that it ...

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Tablift Review

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There are few things better than watching Netflix in bed, but it can be a pain to find the right position to watch it in without knocking an expensive device over. If you have a tablet and this is something struggle with, the Tablift may help alleviate this problem. Overview The Tablift is a ...

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Barnes & Noble announces 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK 10.1

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Earlier this year Barnes & Noble released the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 7.0, a collaboration effort with Samsung to provide the functionality of a normal tablet and the benefits of an eReader. Well, on Wednesday they announced another tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1. Despite the ...

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HTC Nexus 9 announced for November 3

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The new Nexus family is out, and the HTC Nexus 9 brings the latest iteration of Android 5.0 Lollipop, to a beautiful tablet. The Nexus 9 comes with the typical Nexus matte back finishing, and a metal frame, which seems to be the trend with Android devices nowadays. It has a 8.9 inch IPS LCD... ...

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Moto T? Lenovo outlines its plans for a new Motorola Tablet

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With the acquisition of Motorola due to be complete by the end of 2014, Lenovo plans to re-brand some of its products with the Motorola name. Sources say this will include smartphones and tablets. Depending on region and/or brand awareness, Lenovo could conceivably take any of its ...

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WSJ: Google and HTC collaborating on Nexus tablet

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Rumors about a HTC made Nexus 9 tablet have originated all the way back to earlier this summer, and perhaps before. Recently, NVIDIA accidentally leaked/confirmed its existence through legal documents; last week we heard that tell of an October 16 release date. It seems that the rumor mill is ...

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Send SMS with your Android smartphone from any device with EndlessJabber (Review)

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For years, one of the things I’ve always wanted was an easy way to be able to send text messages while on different devices, especially my laptop or desktop computer. This is one of the main reasons why services like Facebook Messenger and Google Hangouts have always been my go to ...

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet update brings much to the table

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The NVIDIA Shield Tablet has received a new update recently. Version 1.1 of the Firmware for NVIDIA Shield is expected to be packed with bug fixes and features, as it is the first update. Luckily, for NVIDIA Shield users, it is packed with fixes and features, you can view the change log below. ...

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Lenovo A8 and A10 Review

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There are numerous choices when it comes to Android tablets for those on a budget. Among those available to consumers are two from Lenovo that offer the same specs but in two different form factors, the A8 and A10. If you’re curious whether these tablets are worth purchasing, then please ...

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HTC Tablet gets WiFi Certification

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August 15th, HTC certified a device in the category “Tablet (Wi-Fi and other) suggesting that it will also come with LTE connectivity. The interesting part is that the listed Operating System is “Android, version: L” suggesting that this would be the next Nexus tablet that is ...

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Android “L” release to include multi-user support for phones

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Multi-user profile support has been available on tablets for some time but is yet to appear on Android phones. However, a recent post on the Android issue tracker may suggest that it’ll appear in the Android L release. A post was created complaining about the lack of support for multiple ...

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ Review

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Lenovo is back again with another addition to the Yoga tablet line. It’s safe to say that Lenovo’s top-of-the-line Android tablet is better than ever. As we mentioned with our review of the Yoga Tablet 10, Lenovo is pushing the envelope on design, which could be good or bad ...

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