Motorola is no stranger to the tablet market, but it’s been many years since it waded into that pool. That could be changing soon.
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However, at the time, Google pointed out that the new feature was arriving on smartphones, “Android phones,” and “Android partner phones,” with no mention of tablets in the mix. So, Read More »
Following Samsung’s announcement of a new Android tablet, Lenovo today revealed a quartet of its own new Android slates.
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If you own an NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1, today is going to be a good day. The tablet is now receiving its update to Android 7.0 Nougat. Nougat is great as it is, but there are a few extra improvements included.
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Lenovo is aiming for the casual crowd with the announcement of the Yoga A12, an Android device that’s more laptop than tablet. Despite tablet specs, attached is a large touch-sensitive keyboard.
The device features a 12.2-inch HD display, an Intel Atom X5 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, dual speakers, and 13 hours of ... Read More »
If you own a Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet 7, we have a bit of bad news for you. The company is issuing a recall not on the tablet, but the power adapter that it comes with.
It was found that the plastic casing on the adapter can break while ... Read More »
Verizon has launched a brand new Anroid tablet with a focus on providing an ideal experience for kids.
It’s called the GizmoTab, and it’s available from both Verizon’s online store and as well as its physical stores. It retails for $249.99, but customers can pick one up for $79.99 with a two-year agreement, or $0 ... Read More »
Near the end of October, Barnes and Noble’s newest tablet made the FCC rounds, pointing to a bit of a change of pace for the book seller when it comes to its tablet efforts. Namely, the inclusion of Google Play Services. And sure enough, that is indeed the case.
Barnes & Noble has made ... Read More »
Barnes and Noble started off with its Nook tablet line with a heavily skinned version of Android. Since then, the company has dropped that effort and optioned to put the Nook brand on other company’s tablets, like from Samsung.
But it looks like Barnes & Noble may be going back to its old ways with ... Read More »
Sprint has announced a new plan to add to its repertoire. The latest offering is an unlimited data plan exclusively for tablets, priced at $20/month. The plan does include a few caveats, though.
To enroll in the plan, users must already have at least one active phone line on their Sprint account, and they must ... Read More »