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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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Android 5.0.1 For NVIDIA SHIELD Brings New Features

12/24/2014, NVIDIA was one of the very few OEMs to roll out Android 5.0 Lollipop quickly for its device soon after the update was officially released by Google. SHIELD tablet users liked the fact that they were some of the first few people to be treated to an...

Samsung Begins Production Of 4GB LPDDR4 DRAM

12/23/2014, Samsung is commonly known as a consumer electronics company but it doesn’t take a lot of research to find out that the company has its fingers in a lot of proverbial pies. It produces components that go into mobile devices, these components are sold...

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 3 Gets Android 4.4 KitKat Update

12/23/2014, People who own the aging Galaxy Tab 3 on T-Mobile have something to look forward to today. The carrier has rolled out a new software update which is going to bring major changes for the user interface as well as the feature set. T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 3...

E-Books Could Be Damaging To Your Health

12/23/2014, The more you read about the wonders of modern day technology, accompanying it would also be their corresponding dangers, making you wonder whether you would be better off increasing your life expectancy by being a Luddite. Having said that, if you happen...

Nokia N1 Tablet Rumored For 7th January Launch

12/22/2014, While Microsoft has officially acquired Nokia’s cellphone division, it does not mean that Nokia’s main company in Finland will be twiddling their thumbs idly and letting opportunities pass them by. In fact if anything it looks like the company still...

LG Trademarks “G Pad X”, Hints At New Tablet

12/22/2014, While LG is probably more well-known in terms of mobile devices for its smartphones, like the LG G3, the company has released Android tablets in the past like the LG G Pad 8.3 and if you’re wondering if the company’s tablet efforts stop there,...

Fake Instagram Account For Police Not An Issue

12/21/2014, We have read about how the latest Great Jedi Purge – nay, the Instagram purge, has resulted in celebrities as well as users actually lose their fair number of followers, as fake accounts are weeded out in order to provide a better reflection of...

Verizon LG G Pad 8.3 Receives Minor Update

12/21/2014, If you happen to be a Verizon subscriber and are rocking to the LG G Pad 8.3, then you would be pleased as punch to hear that an update has just been released by the mobile carrier – although this happens to be a minor update. This particular update...

European iTunes App Store To See Changes In Price Jan 1st 2015

12/18/2014, For our readers in Europe who purchase apps from the iTunes App Store, here’s something that you might want to take note of. Recent reports have revealed that Apple has recently begun to send out emails to iOS developers, informing them that there will...

Google Drive Updates Android And iOS Apps

12/17/2014, We have heard of some improvements made to Google Drive not too long ago, where Gmail for Web has been updated to deliver better Google Drive attachment support, and the OK Google command too, will be making its way to the Google Drive app. While we do...

Facebook Updates iPad App

12/17/2014, What do you make use of your iPad for primarily? Well, I would suppose most of us would make use of it for casual reading as well as gaming while one is on the move, not to mention to use it as some sort of portable media player. Well, I am quite sure...

Apple Reminds Developers To Update Apps To Include 64-bit Support

12/17/2014, Apple made waves last year when they announced the iPhone 5s, not so much for its design or its features, but because of the A7 chipset which effectively made the iPhone 5s the first modern day smartphone to sport a 64-bit processor. Some have argued that...