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Light, thin and featuring a very robust battery life, Tablets have risen to be a great supplemental computer for some, and a main computer for others. It is also a good way to keep occupied and a great replacement to bring a library of books, songs and videos around.

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Facebook Makes T&C Easier On The Brain

11/13/2014, It is safe to say that all computer users who have installed an app or program before are liars. How many of you actually read and understood the Terms & Conditions, and yet still ticked the box just to proceed with the installation? Part of the...

NVIDIA Shield Tablet Sweetens Up With Android 5.0 Lollipop

11/13/2014, While Motorola has kept to their word by rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop extremely early (relatively speaking compared to the other smartphone manufacturers, of course) on their Moto G smartphones, not to mention the LG G3 too, being on the receiving end...

Samsung Flow Brings Effortless Content Handoff Between Devices

11/13/2014, At the Samsung Developer Conference, which kicked off yesterday, the company announced Flow. Samsung Flow is a feature that will be exclusive to the company’s own smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and TVs. Think of it like the Handoff/Continuity...

iPad Sales Predicted To Drop By 40% In Q1 2015

11/13/2014, As it stands, Apple’s iPads have the majority market share when it comes to tablets. This is thanks to Apple who safe to say made tablets popular once again a few years ago. However is it possible that Apple maintain this streak forever? Well according...

Google Posts Android 5.0 Lollipop Factory Images For Nexus Devices

11/12/2014, Earlier today the factory image for the Nexus 7 (2012) tablet was leaked. Basically for those unfamiliar, this is the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the tablet which Google will eventually be rolling out to the masses. Well the good news is that it looks...

Square’s Updated Reader Accepts Chip Cards

11/12/2014, Square is a payments company which also makes mobile card readers which can be used to swipe cards and accept payments using smartphones and tablets. The existing credit card reader from Square isn’t capable of accepting chip cards, otherwise known...

Nexus 7 (2012) Lollipop Factory Image Leaked

11/12/2014, If you happen to own the Nexus 7 (2012) and have yet to make the upgrade to the next generation version, fret not – this particular tablet still has some life left in its proverbial legs just yet as we have received word that the Android 5.0...

Box iPhone App Gets Touch ID Support

11/11/2014, When the Touch ID fingerprint sensor first came out with the iPhone 5s it was really limited in function. Third party applications had no access to it so users could only perform functions that Apple allowed them to. That changed with iOS 8.0 which...

HP Envy x2 13t With Core M Processor Now Available

11/10/2014, Now here is a new computing device, or rather, an updated version of the HP Envy x2 13t that will run on an Intel Core M Broadwell processor that does not break the bank. In fact, the HP Envy x2 13t will retail for $800 and above, depending on the final...

NVIDIA Shield Tablet Review

11/10/2014, Presented as the “Ultimate Gaming Tablet” by NVIDIA, the Shield Tablet has been designed specifically to offer excellent (Android) gaming performance and PC Game Streaming capabilities in this form-factor, and at a very reasonable price. This is...

Pangu iOS 8 Untethered Jailbreak Tool For Mac Released

11/09/2014, If you follow jailbreak news then you might know about Pangu. This jailbreak tool is developed by a Chinese team of the same name. It is the only solution available to the public right now for jailbreaking iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 on all supported devices, which...

Office 365 Users On iPad Can Now Request A Refund

11/09/2014, You might have seen our report from last week on Microsoft’s latest move to bring Office to all. The company decided to open up editing features for all mobile users without requiring them to subscribe to Office 365. Previously users on iOS could...