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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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Evernote for Android Receives Overhauled ICS UI and New Features

05/16/2012, Everyone loves a note-taking application and now the popular one Evernote for Android devices has received an update that brings an all-new Ice Cream Sandwich-based UI and a few new features to the tablet. The latest update brings the version of the...

Yzi Android 4.0 tablet is affordable at $203

05/15/2012, If you’re looking to get your hands on an Android 4.0 tablet on the cheap, you might be interested in checking out the Yzi Android 4.0 tablet. It currently appears to be available only for those living in Europe and will retail at a somewhat affordable...

7.85″ iPad mini rumored to use thin-touch film displays

05/15/2012, Rumors of a 7.85” iPad “mini” have been floating about for quite a while now. While the rumors are indeed persistent, there has been nothing concrete (i.e. leaked components) that would suggest that such a device exists. Either way the folks at...

Kindle Fire 8.9-inch and Front-lit Kindle eReader launching soon?

05/14/2012, A few days ago, we wrote about the possibility for Amazon to release color e-book Kindles this year. Today, Reuters is backing up the rumor by saying that Amazon will indeed launch new versions of its Kindle e-reader and Kindle Fire tablet, including a...

Archos Gen9 tablets receive special developer edition firmware

05/14/2012, Archos has just rolled out its special developer edition software for its range of Gen9 Android-powered tablets, and among the “luminaries” would include the Archos 80 G9 and Archos 101 G9 tablets. It must be noted that earlier SDE firmware...

Thai Govt Signs $32.8 Million Deal for Educational Android Tablets

05/14/2012, This is not the first time we are hearing about how tablets are increasingly being used in the field of education. The Thai government has put pen to paper to seal a deal for what has been touted as being the widest tablet deployment to date. The...

Apple’s new iPad with 4G rebranded to “iPad WiFi + Cellular”

05/14/2012, When Apple launched the new iPad, there was quite a bit of commotion regarding its 4G LTE capabilities. For the most part it seems that the radios used by Apple in the new iPad were compatible with USA carriers such as AT&T and Verizon, leading some...

NEC tablet spotted at the FCC

05/14/2012, The FCC has just gotten their hands on what seems to be a tablet from NEC that offers 3G connectivity support. The amount of information from this FCC filing is as scant as a strand of hair on Kojak’s head, so we will just have to feel our way...

Samsung and Google to team up again?

05/13/2012, Developer Adam Green, who has built up his fair share of credibility, has uncovered some rather interesting snippets of information today – one that has something to do with Samsung working alongside Internet search giant Google to deliver the...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review

05/13/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is 1mm thicker and 14 grams / 0.49 oz lighter than its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 that was introduced last year during Google I/O. The 10-inch Tab second generation features a more elegant design with a nice...

Tablets make good electronic babysitters? [research]

05/11/2012, If you are born in the 80s or in the early 90s, computers weren’t the thing and television was everything. Unless your family owns a Macintosh computer in the old days, TVs, on the other hand, were the primary source of entertainment and education....

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Player 4.2 arrives at the US

05/11/2012, Boy, don’t you think that it has been long enough  for us to wait for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Player 4.2 to roll out Stateside? Well, all your patience and perseverance of clicking the refresh button in the Web browser has paid off...