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  1. Wondering what's up with the Nexus 8? or the rumored premium Google tablet, made by HTC? Today a barrage of leaks might be hinting at an encroaching announcement. First we have a source claiming that the tablet, which has been referred to as Volantis or Flounder so far, is codenamed T1, and will feature an 8 MP rear camera, alongside 1.6 MP front-facer. A little digging in the tablet's firmware has also returned the unsurprising fact that it will ship with Android L out of the box, without any HTC Sense overlay shenanigans. Meanwhile, the Nexus 8 tablet might have already be doing the certific
  2. It looks like Nokia is about to build an 8-inch device, if the trust-worthy @evleaks is to be believed. @evleaks has a long history of leaking credible Nokia content, the Finnish company is building an 8-inch tablet that will run Windows RT and is codenamed the ‘Illusionist’. Little else is known, but it should not come as a major surprise that Nokia is going to be building another tablet in the smaller class size to help it compete in the low-cost tablet market. Seeing at it runs Windows RT, just like its bigger brother the 2520, makes a lot of sense even though Bay Trail tablets
  3. A tweet from evleaks proves that like us, the reliable source is slaving over a hot QWERTY over the weekend. But even more important is the content of the tweet which is a list of alleged new code names for upcoming Nokia devices. A couple of names on the list have a "Bond, James Bond" connection such as Goldfinger and Moneypenney. The other names are Normandy, Phantom and Spinel. Considering that Spinel is a magnesium aluminum mineral with the symbol MgAl2O4, this could be the code name for an aluminum clad Windows Phone handset. The other names lend themselves to a number of various
  4. A video on Asus' YouTube channel reveals the latest Android and Windows smartphone/tablet accessory from the Taiwan based manufacturer. The Asus TransKeyboard connects to your slate or phone using Bluetooth connectivity. The TransKeyboard is slim and includes a micro USB port so that you can recharge the battery inside the unit. The cover folds back to become a stand for your tablet or handset, using magnets to keep it in place and propping up your device at the perfect angle for typing. Unfortunately, the YouTube video is the only indication we have that such a product exists. In other wo
  5. Android tablets have been overtaking the market at a higher clip recently, and have been outselling Apple's tablets for a while now. But, as is Apple's aim, the iPad has continued to pull in more revenue than all of the Android tablets combined, until this last quarter. According to new data for Q3 of 2013, Android tablets generated more revenue than iOS tablets for the first time. Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty said in a research note that for the first time, Android tablets earned 46.2% of the revenue share for Q3 2013, which bested Apple's revenue share of 45.6%. Of course, in order
  6. There's already been rumors that Nokia is working on an 8-inch tablet device, which would follow the company's recently announced 10.1 inch Lumia 2520 with Windows RT. Today, a new rumor claims that the 8-inch tablet model has a real name, the Lumia 2020, and it will be revealed by Nokia as part of their Mobile World Congress activities. NokiaPowerUser reports, via an unnamed tipster, that the 8-inch Lumia 2020 "will run on Snapdragon 800 and will have a 1080p resolution display. It will be faster and have higher PPI display than Lumia 2520 and will come with stylus support." The same tips
  7. By Austin McIntire 2 hours ago While Internet Explorer is often treated as the red-headed step child of web browsers, there is one area in which Microsoft's browser has traditionally reigned supreme, battery life. Microsoft's own research has demonstrated IE's power efficiency, and recent test results from the website 7tutorials have once again proved that IE enables user to eke out the maximum amount of battery life from their Windows laptops and tablets. This particular test relied on the Peacekeeper battery test and was performed across a variety of devices including a Toshiba Encore 8" t
  8. By Brooke Crothers January 19, 2014 1:43 PM PST With Surface Pro 2, Microsoft has made a tablet-hybrid that works. It's powerful, portable, and well-made. Surface Pro 2. (Credit: Brooke Crothers) The Surface Pro 2 is an excellent laptop-tablet hybrid. I didn't think I would ever be able to write those words after using (for two months) the original Surface Pro, then selling it because, well, I didn't like it. The Surface Pro 2 changed my mind, though. A good laptop-tablet hybrid is extremely difficult to design and build; it took me a while to realize this. Build something that works
  9. Microsoft is currently running two promotions that might be of interest to people looking to get a new device and get rid of an old one. The first one is a trade-in deal that can net you up to $250 worth of store credit if you trade in an old smartphone or a tablet. There are serious restrictions though – first of, the deal is for US Microsoft stores (including Puerto Rico) and Canada. Second, it must be a working device, with no cracks on the screen, no water damage and you must even provide the original charger and other accessories. The device must also not be password protected (to preve
  10. ASUS just wrapped up their CES 2014 press event where they announced a ton of great new products. One of those products was the ASUS Transformer Book Duet TD300, which theyre calling the worlds first 4-in-1 laptop / tablet combo running both Android and Windows on one chipset. Its the first device to use Intel to run both Android and Windows on the same chip, meaning theres little overhead and resources being used for emulating one or the other. asus transformer book duet td300 photo op This sort of combo has been done before, but devices typically need separate SoCs for each respective pl
  11. If you know Micromax at all, there's a good chance you live in India -- or maybe you've caught wind of one of those low-cost Canvas handsets. Turns out the company is the second-largest smartphone maker in its native country, on top of dabbling in the HDTV and tablet spaces (and really awful slogans like "Nothing Like Anything"), among others. Micromax is hitting CES this year with a pretty interesting offering: a dual-boot tablet. Targeted, perhaps, at the indecisive, the LapTab runs both Windows 8.1 and Android Jelly Bean, so you don't need to permanently commit. The tablet's got a 10.1-inch
  12. Samsung will reportedly announce a new version of the Nexus 10 CES 2014 in a few days, Digitimes reports, without disclosing sources for its report. Samsung happens to be the manufacturer of the original Nexus 10 tablet that launched in late 2012, a device that’s currently out of stock with some U.S. retailers. Samsung’s new Nexus 10 is rumored to pack an AMOLED display. The South Korean Android device maker had been rumored back in late July to be working on the next-generation Nexus 10 tablet, although more recently, companies including Asus and LG have also been reported to make the device.
  13. Lenovo is unleashing a ton of news right now ahead of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, and it just unveiled the ThinkPad Z1 Carbon laptop and the ThinkPad 8 tablet, two of its new business class machines. The ThinkPad Z1 Carbon will be a star of the show at CES 2014, Lenovo told TechnoBuffalo, and were certainly excited to check it out. The notebook is equipped with a fourth generation Intel Core i7 processor, Windows 8.1, a 14-inch screen with either a 1600 x 900-pixel resolution or a 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution, up to 8GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, stereo speakers, two USB 3.0 ports, a full-s
  14. The US might not see it immediately, but the world will soon get its first Firefox OS tablet. Mozilla has begun testing is browser-based operating system on tablets and has developed its own tablet prototype. Currently Firefox OS runs on smartphones and may eventually power smart television screens, but this is the first showing of it on tablet devices. The Foxconn-built prototype isn't the best tablet by any means, but not the worst either. The specs released say it will have a 10-inch, 1280 x 800 display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. It will
  15. Taiwanese media is a buzz with speculation that HTC has won the bid for a Google Nexus tablet coming in Q3. Nexus One was made by HTC, and given the increasing rumors that Google might nix the line, it could be giving HTC a shot at the wind-down editions, too. The supposedly "high-end" tablet by HTC was neither confirmed nor denied by the company, which sent out the usual boilerplate reply that it doesn't comment on market rumors. HTC didn't have much success with its Flyer and Jetstream tablet efforts back in the day, which had a fine design, but essentially priced themselves out of the mar
  16. By Zal Bilimoria, Partner, Andreessen Horowitz February 6, 2014, 7:30 AM PST Back in 2011, I was having an all-consuming love affair with tablets. At the time, I was the first-ever head of mobile at Netflix. I saw tablets in my sleep, running apps that would control homes, entertain billions and dutifully chug away at work. Tablets, I was convinced, were a third device category, a tweener that would fill the vacuum between a phone and a laptop. I knew that was asking a lot — at the time, however, I didn’t know just how much. I wasn’t the only one swooning in the presence of the iPad and its
  17. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the several great Android smartphones for power users, thanks to the convenience of its large 3,200mAh battery. However, if you want even more power, Mugen has you covered, as it has released a 6,500mAh extended battery for the Note 3. Since the Mugen extended Note 3 battery is thicker than the stock one, the company also provides a custom back cover to house it. It’s available in black or white, and the end result makes the Galaxy Note 3 a bit thicker than its usual 8.3mm waistline. Mugen states its extended Note 3 battery lasts 2.03 times as lon
  18. Console OS let you run Android Apps on your Windows Phone Tablet or Windows PC. With Console OS, you can use Android on your device as a secondary operating system or on its own completely. It should play nice with touchscreens, and mouse and keyboard setups alike, and the developers vow that their software should work on a variety of new devices, like the Dell Venue 8 Pro and the Lenovo Miix 2. Console OS was designed to natively operate on Intel’s x86 format, and should perform better than any Android emulators or virtual environments. There are some questions, however, regardin
  19. A new Nexus tablet has long been rumored to come this year, and now a couple of prototypes have entered India for testing purposes. This information comes from an Indian website that tracks imports to the country, but unfortunately the Nexus 8 listing doesn’t give us an idea about which company is making it. That’s because the prototypes come from the United States, so probably from Google itself and not from the device maker’s country. And the manufacturer’s name doesn’t accompany the Nexus 8 branding in the description of the listing, which is something that rarely happens. Recent
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    New Surface Pro 3 Tablet

    Microsoft has officially unveiled the Surface Pro 3, a device aimed at eliminating the "conflict" Microsoft sees between the tablet and laptop. Sexy ain't it.... The device features a 12-inch screen and kickstand, and supports a stylus. In addition, the Tablet comes with support for USB 3.0 and Microsoft's popular Type Covers in multiple colors. The Surface Pro 3 features an Intel Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processor to boost its performance compared to the previous Microsoft slate. Microsoft has high hopes for the Surface Pro 3, saying that it's the first tablet that can replace a user's
  21. HTC is expected to re-enter the tablet market this year with a slate that’s currently called HTC Volantis (aka Flounder). We first heard about it last month, and now new and intriguing details have been revealed. According to @evleaks, the early renders of the HTC Volantis were fake. Reportedly, the tablet might feature a whopping 5GB of RAM, although this isn’t “final.” Other features that the Volantis should offer at launch include an 8.9 inch display with 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, BoomSound speakers, 5MP / 8MP rear camera, silver aluminum unibody, 64GB of storage space, and a 64-bit Nvidia T
  22. MotionSavvy looks like it’s one of those apps: as it is designed to read your sign language motions. The all-deaf, 6 person team behind the application utilized the Leap Motion accelerator AXLR8R, which was designed to recognize 3D motions, to recognize hand motions. MotionSavvy’s primary function is to translate American Sign Language into English; it can also do the reverse. Let’s say you want to communicate with someone who is deaf, you can speak or type your message and motion savvy will translate it into a series of animated American Sign Language gestures. If someone wants to use ASL
  23. Six new bugs uncovered in Google's mobile platform shows how every Android-powered device – more than a billion devices in all – are vulnerable to malware thanks to privilege escalation issues. On the whole, mobile operating systems seem to be pretty secure, but new bugs uncovered in Google's mobile platform shows how every Android-powered device – more than a billion devices in all – are vulnerable to malware thanks to privilege escalation issues. Researchers from Indiana University and Microsoft published a paper that describes a new class of Android vulnerabilities called Pileup flaws. Pile
  24. Dells newest tablets, the Venue 7 and Venue 8, were released today to compete in the low-cost Android tablet market. Both will run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and are primed for Android 4.3. In pricing the Venue 7 at $149 and the Venue 8 at $179, Dell is positioning the tablets as an alternative to older Android systems or Windows 8.1 enabled devices for similar price classes. The Venue 7, measuring in at seven inches on the vertical with a 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display, runs on a dual core 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2560 Clover, Trail+ processor and 2GB of memory, with a 16GB hard drive and a microS
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