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Windows Tablets

Windows Tablets

As the tablet market cools down, IDC said, sales to businesses will help lift the profile of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, which has been in the shadow of Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android — not that those two are in danger of losing their higher-ranking status. IDC predicts that tablets will continue to infiltrate small, medium, and large businesses … Continue reading

Quad Core Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus

Quad Core Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus

Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus quietly appeared on the manufacture’s official website in China. Sporting the model name I9152P, the dual-SIM GSM/WCDMA+ phablet is an updated version of Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 with a 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU of unknown make. The rest of the Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus’ specs include a 5.8” qHD (960 x 540 pixels) … Continue reading

Apple iPad Air

Apple iPad Air

It’s been a long time since Apple delivered unto us a proper redesign of the iPad. The original, boxy, first-gen tablet lived for about 11 months, replaced in 2011 by a far slinkier version. The tapered design language survived, more or less unchanged, for a further 2.5 years — a lifetime in the consumer electronics … Continue reading

Nexus 7 Razor than Sharp Full HD

Nexus 7 Razor than Sharp Full HD

Pound for pound, the Nexus 7 is the best small tablet you can buy. It houses a ridiculously sharp, bright screen, its gaming performance is second only to the fourth-generation iPad, and as a Google-branded tablet it will always see the latest version of Android before any other tablet brand. Also, at $230 (for 16GB), … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy TabPro Release Date Revealed

Samsung Galaxy TabPro Release Date Revealed

The names and release dates of Samsung’s expected four new tablets have been tipped, and they jibe with the information earlier in the day that some of them might carry the Pro moniker. Actually, three of the four seem to be adorned with “Pro” in their title – Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (SM-T320/T325), Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 (SM-T520/T525), and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (SM-P900/P905), … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy TabPro Line of New Design

Samsung Galaxy TabPro Line of New Design

Samsung’s new Galaxy TabPro line makes a significant step toward the company leaving behind the traditional Android interface in favor of something more graphical and immediate. The tablet comes in three sizes: 12.2-inch, 10.1-inch, and 8.4-inch. Look for Wi-Fi and LTE versions — as well as a 3G variant in international markets — in the … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro

Samsung’s new NotePro makes a significant step toward the company leaving behind the traditional Android interface in favor of something more graphical and immediate. Look for Wi-Fi and LTE versions — as well as a 3G variant in international markets — in the in the first quarter of 2014. Samsung, however, has yet to divulge … Continue reading

Introducing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Introducing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Now, your ordinary daily tasks becomes extraordinary! More innovative than ever. That’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Packed with tools to make your life easier, this Android™ smartphone features a full HD touchscreen, innovative S Pen and long–lasting battery. Pair it with the Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch so you’re never out of touch. One search … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S3 update 4.2.2

Samsung Galaxy S3 update 4.2.2

SamMobile has been known as one of the more developer and unofficial software leak-friendly tech blogs on the Internet, and the site’s video suggests that some, but not all of the Galaxy S4’s software features would make it to the S3. The Galaxy S3’s lockscreen, for one, would get additional effects, including the “J.J. Abrams … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Performance

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Performance

The Note 8 houses an 8-inch screen with a 1,280×800-pixel-resolution screen. That’s 189 pixels-per-inch (ppi) compared with 163 on the iPad Mini, and the relative difference in clarity is immediate and dramatic, especially with fonts. Fonts on the Note 8 lack the jaggy, unpolished look they deliver on the iPad Mini. Note 8 fonts are … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Hardware Features

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Hardware Features

The S Pen returns with its useful cache of shortcut gestures, making tasks like screen capture, calling up an app’s menu, and going back to the previous screen a simple act of holding down the pen button and swiping or tapping the screen in the appropriate way. After using the Note 8 for a couple … Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Watch On

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Watch On

Watch On is a better version of Peel’s Smart Remote and then some. Watch On is Samsung’s new universal remote/video hub app that integrates streaming-video content and OTA and cable TV. It includes typical social sharing “this is what I’m watching” options and seems like a pretty effective and accurate TV guide, but the real … Continue reading