With the introduction of the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player came great joy. But we’ve also suffered a big loss in the wake of the good news. Take a look at the new Google Nexus page, ... Read More »
The Blackphone, a smartphone centered around privacy and security, will soon be joined by a companion. The creator of the Blackphone, Silent Circle, has confirmed that they’re currently working to create a private and secure tablet. In a statement to BBC, Jon Callas, the co-founder of Silent Circle, said about the company ... Read More »
The Nexus 9 is still, technically, unofficial, but that hasn’t stopped an HTC executive from highlighting the future device’s impact on the company and its outlook on the tablet market. During a press briefing in New York City, HTC not only confirmed the upcoming announcement — without confirming when that will happen, but also confirmed ... Read More »
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FreedomPop, the carrier known for offering free monthly voice and data plans, is now selling its own line of devices, starting with an $89 Wi-Fi only tablet. The FreedomPop Liberty is a 7-inch Android tablet with a 1.2GHz Cortex A9 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage, 4-megapixel camera, 2400mAh battery and a microSD card ... Read More »
At the beginning of September, a few leaked renders of what was believed to be the keyboard case for the upcoming Nexus 9 from HTC surfaced, with a few key details thrown in for good measure. Now, the purported first images of the case out in the wild have been found through a certification ... Read More »
The “Volantis” tablet from HTC has been tossed through the Rumor Mill more than a few times, with the first sightings dating back to mid-June. Now, a new set of legal documents from NVIDIA is lending even more credence to the upcoming tablet.
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Following its quadruple data Simple Starter add-on that was announced yesterday, T-Mobile today announced a couple more plan tweaks that’ll be rolling out soon.
Less than a week after we got wind of an Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact thanks to a Sony user guide, it appears that the unannounced slate may have been accidentally revealed by Sony itself.
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NVIDIA isn’t new to tablets, having powered the first true Android tablets that ran Honeycomb with the Tegra 2. The history continues with powering the Nexus 7 tablet using a Tegra 3, all the way to the Tegra Note 7 that’s been on ... Read More »
So far, OnePlus has kept itself busy in 2014 by teasing its One smartphone, officially introducing the device and then inviting consumers to buy one. Just because OnePlus is done hyping up and revealing its handset doesn’t mean that it’s going to ... Read More »