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Huawei launches 4 new Android tablets priced at $139 and up

Huawei is bringing four new Android tablets to the United States, with prices starting at $139 for the most affordable of the bunch and $249 for the highest-priced. Here’s a run-down of the new tablets. Huawei MediaPad T3 8-inch ($139) 8 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel display Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor 2GB RAM 16GB storage […]

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Google releases Chrome OS 57 stable with some tablet-friendly features

There are a growing number of Chromebooks with convertible tablet-style designs. So it makes sense that over the past few years Google has added some touchscreen-friendly features to Chrome OS, like an on-screen keyboard for typing without touching a physical keyboard. Now Google is rolling out the stable version of Chrome OS 57, and it includes […]

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Archos to build Kodak-branded tablets for European market

Over the past few years the Kodak name has gone from one that represents a pioneering film and photography company to a brand name that’s slapped on products built by other companies. There are phones built by Bullitt Group, and soon there will be tablets built by Archos (PDF link). Kodak has announced it’s working […]

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RCA launches new range of Android and Windows tablets, ranging from 7 inch to 17 inch models

RCA is launching four new tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show. The cheapest is a $50 Android tablet with a 7 inch display called the RCA Voyager III. The biggest is basically a 17.3 inch all-in-one desktop with Android called the RCA Horizon 17. It’s expected to sell for under $400. There are also two […]

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IDC: Cheap 2-in-1 devices doing well in a declining tablet market

The tablet market is starting to look a lot like the traditional PC market: device makers are seeing declining shipments and some of the best-selling devices are the ones that are dirt cheap, which leaves little room for profits. That’s the takeaway from a new report from research firm IDC, which says about 43 million […]

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Deals of the Day (9-20-2016)

Woot is running a sale on refurbished 2-in-1 tablets aimed at business, including versions of tablets from HP, Lenovo, and Dell. Each model has an Intel Core M processor, and each has a detachable keyboard, allowing you to use the tablet in laptop mode. Oh, and since these are refurbished models, they’re also pretty cheap: […]

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Huawei launches MediaPad M3 tablet, mid-range Nova and Nova Plus smartphones

Huawei is expanding its smartphone lineup with two new mid-range models: the 5 inch Huawei Nova and the 5.5 inch Huawei Nova Plus. Both phones have 1920 x 1080 pixel displays, Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processors, 3GB of RAM, USB-C ports metal cases, and fingerprint sensors: mid-range phones are a lot better than they used to […]

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Tablet shipments continue to fall

There was a time when some folks predicted tablet shipments would eventually surpass those of traditional PCs like laptops and desktops. But it’s easy to make that kind of prediction when a product category is brand new, because going from 0 to a few million devices shipped looks like astronomical growth. These days, things are […]

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Nokia Android phones and tablets are coming… but won’t be built by Nokia

Nokia-branded smartphones and tablets are coming. The company has announced that it will license its name and intellectual property to a new company called HMD global Oy, which will have the rights to build and sell products using the Nokia name for the next 10 years. HMD plans to produce Android smartphones and tablets, and […]