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Lilbits (7-30-2013): $149 Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 reviewed

Google and Asus launched the second-generation Nexus 7 tablet this month. It’s faster than the original, has a higher resolution display, and sports more memory. It’s better in every way, but one: the price. While the original Nexus 7 sold for $199 and up, the new model costs $229 and up. If you don’t need […]

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Deals of the Day (7-29-2013)

It wasn’t that long ago that you needed to spend $500 and up to get your hands on a Windows 8 tablet. Times, they are a-changing. Acer’s Iconia W3 is the cheapest, and smallest Windows 8 tablet to date, with a list price of $380. But at the moment you can pick one up for […]

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Lilbits (7-16-2013): Augmented reality apps for Google Glass

Google’s wearable computing platform is still in its infancy. Right now folks who spent $1500 on Google Glass Explorer Edition devices can basically ask for directions, look up a few things, do a little web surfing, and run a handful of apps. But eventually Google Glass could change the way we look at the world […]

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Deals of the Day (7-16-2013)

The Acer Iconia W3 is both the smallest and the cheapest Windows 8 tablet released by a major PC company to date. It has an 8.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel display, an Intel Atom processor, and a starting price of $380. While it doesn’t have the fastest processor or the best screen viewing angles […]

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Lilbits (7-03-2013): Android 4.3, Samsung acquired Boxee, Feedly gets OPML

One of these days, Google is going to release Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Until then, we’ll have to dig through leaked pre-release builds to figure out what new features may be on the way. We’ve already learned a few things about WiFi and Bluetooth behavior, support for third party […]

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MS Office will be bundled on small Windows 8 tablets, Free Outlook coming to Windows RT

One of the key differences between a Windows tablet and one that runs Android, iOS, or another operating system is that you can run Microsoft Office on a Windows tablet (along with thousands of other classic Windows apps). Up until recently if you wanted to do that though, you had to buy a copy of […]