ASUS MeMO Pad 10
Oct28

ASUS MeMO Pad 10

While ASUS makes smartphones of all shapes, sizes, and prices, in the tablet realm the company is known mostly for affordability mixed with a splash of quality. The defining example of this is Google’s ASUS built Nexus 7 slates, but the Taiwanese company’s standalone products follow this remit too. The new MeMO Pad 10 seems to fit the bill nicely, and while the company has not detailed price of a specific launch date it is thought the...

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Samsung issues Android 4.4.4 for Galaxy Note 10.1 T-Mobile
Oct20

Samsung issues Android 4.4.4 for Galaxy Note 10.1 T-Mobile

Samsung has been busy with tablets this year, launching a new Nook oriented slate and of course the new Galaxy Tab S range. The large screened Tab S is quality, but for my money the best large tablet Sammy makes is the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, the stylus packing slate that alongside the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet is the best large screen device Android has to offer. Launched earlier in the year, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 has been...

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Nexus 9 shows up online
Oct06

Nexus 9 shows up online

The Nexus 9 has been one of the most storied devices of 2014. You may remember it as the Nexus 8, or perhaps the HTC Volantis. Perhaps you recall that it was going to launch during Google’s I/O event in June, and then it was going to arrive as an Android Silver slate and not a Nexus device. It has leaked, been the subject of false claims, and now finally is due to launch this month and here is an image of the device. Chinese leakster...

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Huawei launches the Honor Tablet, a call making slate
Oct02

Huawei launches the Honor Tablet, a call making slate

Huawei is the latest company to jump on the puzzling trend where brands make tablets that have call making functionality. The Chinese powerhouse has rolled out the Honor Tablet in Malaysia, following in the footsteps of Samsung, ASUS, and HP, who have released similar products. The Honor Tablet is one of the largest in this particular niche with an 8-inch screen and it is going on sale for around $185. I personally think the only way...

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Google ends Android Silver but Nexus continues
Sep18

Google ends Android Silver but Nexus continues

For much of the first half of this year we were hearing constant rumors that the Nexus line of Google made hardware devices would be killed off. Instead Google would introduce Android Silver early in 2015, the company’s new product line that would concentrate on premium products with high end design and top shelf specs. However, if seems that Nexus will be the name carrying Google’s hardware vision forward after-all as Mountain View...

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