T-Mobile has announced that the Alcatel-branded A30 Tablet will be available on its network beginning Friday, May 12. It’ll be priced at $125 in total, or $5 down ... Read More »
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.
Near the end of February, Samsung officially unveiled a brand new high-end tablet in the Galaxy Tab S3. The company was more than willing to open up when it came to features and specs, detailing the main selling points of the upcoming device, but Samsung wasn’t so open when it ... Read More »
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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 »
The Google Pixel C tablet is currently on sale on the Google Store, though it’s only the 64GB model that’s being discounted. The 32GB model is still going for the sale $499, but you can pick up a 64GB model for $100 off, making it the same $499 price.
The optional ... Read More »
Huawei has brought the MediaPad M3 tablet to the US. The device features a 8.4-inch 2650×1600 IPS display, a Kirin 950 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 8MP cameras front and rear, and a 5,100mAh battery.
Other features to look out for are stereo speakers co-engineered by Harmon/Kardon, a fingerprint reader, and Android 6.0 ... Read More »
“Is that an iPad?”
The question echoes through the room as a curious passerby inquires about the black slate resting on the table.
“Oh, no, this is an Android tablet. I think it’s made by Google or something? Maybe Samsung?”
With a glut of near-doppelgangers filling the tablet market, the need for innovation has never ... 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 »