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Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus review

Does a tablet really matter in 2018? We say yes, it does. As to how much they're worth to you depends on your needs. Take a look at our review of the wallet-friendly and LTE-ready Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review: Slim, sleek, premium, and lacking

On paper, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 looks to be one of the best Android tablets around. In practice, it falls short in some key areas.

The Teclast X98 Plus II Android tablet is a nice media viewing device that...

The Android tablet market is terrible. Apple's iPad dominates the landscape in the shrinking overall tablet space and it seems that no-one really cares...

Keep an extra eye on your home with link-U (review)

Webcams are nothing new in the world of tech. Heck, webcams that run off of mobile data are not new either. The truth is,...
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iWear – an intriguing but unwieldy mobile theater headset (Review)

In theory, on paper, and even sometimes in practice, Vizux's iWear Video Headphones are fantastic - a stereo headset that sports twin 720p displays,...

Grace Digital BTTV 100 Bluetooth TV speaker review: Awesome concept, but needs some work

I don't know about you, but I never seem to be satisfied with the current audio solutions that I have. Right now, I have...

Momentum 720p Wi-Fi Camera review

As we head into the end of 2017, it's easier than ever to throw together a connected home setup. Whether you're looking to swap out...
 
 

Google to debut Pixel 3a series on May 7, chatter suggests

Could Google introduce new phones to its Pixel device lineup at its annual Google I/O developer conference? All signs suggest this to be the case.

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You’re using Google Keep wrong; Here’s how to do it right

Considering just how popular note-taking apps are, we take a look at Google Keep and offer advice on how you can use it to your advantage.
 
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