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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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iPad Mini display rumor could be Kindle Fire instead

08/15/2012, What you see above was originally making its rounds throughout the Internet as some form of an iPad Mini display. Needless to say, we took it with a rather large grain of salt (and for good reason, too), since you know how close to the chest Apple plays...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch tablet hits Verizon Wireless

08/15/2012, Verizon is now carrying the latest 7″ tablet from Samsung – namely, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. You will be able to pick it up from stores a couple of days from now, where this particular tablet allows you to access Verizon’s 4G LTE...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update confirmed

08/15/2012, Well well, what do we have here, another device from Samsung that will eventually carry the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update? Yes sir, this is the direction where we are heading with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, thanks to a tweet by a certain Roger Cheng,...

Larger Amazon Kindle Fire arrives at the FCC?

08/15/2012, What you see on the right could very well be a larger version of the Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon, where it has arrived in the form of an FCC filing by Amazon’s shell company, Harpers LLC. The filing does point towards a rather easy-on-the-eyes...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 launches in the USA + Hands-On

08/15/2012, Samsung has just launched the Galaxy Note 10.1 in the USA. You may have seen its international launch last week, and by now you are probably familiar with the overall hardware specs (quad-core, 2GB, front speaker ect…), but with this launch, we...

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 bezel spotted?

08/15/2012, What you see above is purportedly a bezel of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (unlike the previous dud) , but it remains to be seen whether this is the real deal or not. After all, the device which snapped this particular photo did not seem to come with any kind...

4G LTE Blackberry Play could be headed AT&T’s way

08/15/2012, While RIM’s Blackberry Playbook tablet isn’t exactly the device that everyone’s queuing up for or selling out, the company has made it a more attractive device by adding 4G LTE support to it. Unfortunately at this point in time, the 4G Playbook is...

Toshiba quits Windows RT tablet race

08/14/2012, Toshiba has thrown in the towel at the moment in the race to release a new Windows RT-powered tablet device, claiming that they are experiencing delays in receiving components, and hence will opt itself out of the tablet market that runs on Microsoft’s...

iPad Mini to look like bigger iPod Touch with thin bezels?

08/14/2012, As September approaches, we hear new rumors each day about the next-gen iPhone and iPad Mini. An event is expected at some point in the fall for either one of these devices or possibly both. Today, we have found out some new possible info on the...

Could the iPad improve math scores in the classroom?

08/14/2012, Here is an interesting piece of information that teachers might want to consider – will the presence of an iPad in the classroom actually be able to help improve your math scores? According to KIPP Academy, the student passing rate on Spring 2012...

Microsoft Surface for Windows RT at $199, possible or not?

08/14/2012, Microsoft’s foray in the tablet market with an ARM-based (Tegra 3) device starts on Oct 26, and Microsoft has told us during the launch in Los Angeles that the device would be priced “competitively” to the “market leader”...

Apple patent reveals plans for in-cell display-like technology

08/14/2012, Back in April, there were rumors that suggested that Apple could be taking a look at in-cell display technology and use it in their next-gen iPhone’s display. This technology basically integrates touch-sensing circuitry with display circuitry, thus...