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Barnes & Noble unveils Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1

10/22, 4:14pm

Second Nook-branded Samsung tablet goes on sale in time for holiday shopping

Samsung is continuing to produce devices under its Nook agreement with Barnes & Noble, by launching its second co-branded tablet in time for the holidays. The Galaxy Tab 4 Nook 10.1 follows the same pattern as laid out by the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, in using effectively the same hardware as the standard Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, but combined with Nook software.

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HTC-produced Nexus 9 launches with Tegra K1 processor

10/15, 2:23pm

Nexus 9 uses 8.9-inch 2048x1536 display, HTC BoomSound front speakers

At the same time as launching the Nexus 6, Google revealed its new larger-sized tablet. The 8mm-thick Nexus 9, produced by HTC, is equipped with an 8.9-inch IPS LCD screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio, a resolution of 2048x1536, and Gorilla Glass 3 protection, housed in a casing with a soft-grip backing and a brushed-metal trim.

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Briefly: Sony Digital Paper price cut, Tesco devalues original Hudl

10/10, 6:23am

Sony Digital Paper e-ink tablet lowered in price by $100 to under $1,000

Sony has lowered the price of its Digital Paper e-ink tablet aimed at legal professionals and educators, though not by much. The tablet, complete with a 13.3-inch 1,200x1,600 e-ink display equipped with stylus input, a three-week battery life, and Wi-Fi connectivity, is said by The eBook Reader to have dropped from $1,100 to $999.

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Lenovo announces Windows, Android powered Yoga 2 tablets, Yoga 3 Pro

10/09, 5:18pm

Standard Yoga 2 tablets offered in two sizes, Pro models jump up to 13-inch screen

Lenovo announced a new slate of Yoga tablets and ultrabooks today, beginning with two Yoga 2 tablet models and a Yoga 3 Pro convertible PC. Each of the new machines fit different consumer needs, from the Yoga 3 Pro "ultra slim" PC with attached keyboard or the Yoga 2 tablets that are powered by either Windows 8 or Android.

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Prototype Vaio-branded tablet unveiled with stylus, wireless keyboard

10/07, 7:14am

High-priced Vaio prototype could go on sale in Japan from May

The second attempt at a Vaio-branded notebook following the sale of Sony's PC business could give the Microsoft Surface some competition. A prototype consisting of a stylus-enabled tablet combined with a wireless keyboard has been shown off at Adobe Max 2014, with the company aiming to appease customers involved in design and illustration fields.

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HTC Nexus tablet surfaces in FCC labelling, Twitter photograph leaks

10/06, 10:26am

Rumored HTC-produced Nexus 9 may be squarer than earlier devices

Rumors about a HTC-produced Nexus tablet are not continuing to snowball, with two new sources suggesting such a device is on the way. An image on Twitter allegedly shows the back of the fabled tablet, while a separate report stemming from an FCC filing suggests the display could have a slightly different aspect ratio compared to earlier Nexus devices.

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Tesco Hudl 2 launches with 8.3-inch 1080p display, Intel processor

10/03, 5:06am

Upgraded Android tablet from Tesco ships in range of 64 colors

British retailer Tesco has launched its expected follow-up to the Hudl Android tablet. The Hudl 2 increases the size of the screen from the original's 7-inch 1440x900 to a 1080p 8.3-inch version, powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor clocked at 1.83GHz with 2GB of RAM, with a fair number of other areas receiving similar small upgrades.

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Briefly: Nvidia Shield LTE, Acer 'Black Edition' gaming notebooks ship

09/30, 4:15pm

Nvidia Shield LTE gaming tablet ships in United States

The LTE-equipped version of the Nvidia Shield gaming tablet has gone on sale in the United States. The tablet, which is able to stream gameplay from a gaming PC over a network as well as being able to locally play Android titles, is available at $399 as an unlocked device, though it can also be acquired via AT&T on-contract for $299.

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Briefly: Xtreem Mini Stealth Drone toy, Kids' Android tablet

09/25, 8:52am

Kids' mini remote-controlled drone debuts

Swann's has introduced a new toy to its remote-controlled Xtreem product range, the Mini Stealth RC Drone. The six-inch gadget is designed for kids of all ages, with a rotor diameter of three inches and a weight of under one ounce. Its 2.4GHz frequency allows the Mini Stealth Drone to fly with a strong signal indoors or outdoors of up to 330 feet, and its dual-blade rotors simplify flying for novice "pilots." The rechargeable Li-poly battery inside the helicopter provides up to seven minutes of continuous flight time, and the remote control is powered by six AA batteries. The Mini Stealth RC Drone is priced at $50.

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Tesco invites media to potential launch of Hudl tablet successor

09/24, 11:52am

Hudl 2 believed to be enhanced version of original Tesco Android tablet

British supermarket chain Tesco could be preparing to launch the follow up to its popular Hudl tablet at the start of next month. The retailer has started to send invitations to members of the media for an event set to take place on October 3rd, with the "Let's Hudl" tag line strongly suggesting the tablet will be the main focus of the meeting.

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Amazon refreshes Kindle line; adds new HDX Fire 8.9, Fire HD Kids

09/17, 11:12pm

New product lineup adds Dolby Atmos to HDX Fire, new Fire OS

Amazon has completely refreshed its Fire tablet line, and added two new Kindles as well. Leading the pack is a refreshed Fire HD 8.9, with HDX display with a more powerful processor, exclusive Dolby Atmos and the latest Dolby Audio, and all-new Fire OS 4 "Sangria" features and services. Also added are the Fire HD for less than $100, and the Fire HD Kids Edition with a two-year replacement guarantee.

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Nvidia Shield pre-orders begin in US, Europe for September 30 release

09/16, 11:34am

LTE Shield tablet certified for AT&T LTE network

Pre-orders for a version of the Shield gaming tablet with LTE have opened in the United States and Europe. Coming after the Wi-Fi model's release and set to ship on September 30th for both continents, the LTE version adds cellular connectivity, with the mobile device claimed to be certified for AT&T's LTE network, though the unlocked version will also work with a number of other carriers.

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Nvidia legal document accidentally leaks HTC Nexus 9 name

09/11, 8:15am

Legal filing on Nvidia website pulled following HTC tablet name leak

Nvidia may have inadvertently confirmed the existence of a HTC-produced Nexus tablet. A legal filing by the chip producer names the tablet as the "HTC Nexus 9", something which matches earlier leaks pointing towards a tablet codenamed Flounder and the T1, with the document also suggesting it will be introduced in the next few months.

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Dell introduces Venue 8 7000 tablet with RealSense, Cast dongle[u]

09/10, 6:13am

Dell Cast takes on Chromecast by turning Android tablet into computer

[Updated with new information, photos of Venue 8 7000, tease on Venue 10]

Dell has unveiled two new devices at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), in the guise of a new tablet and accessory. The Venue 8 7000 is an Android tablet claimed to be the world's thinnest at 6mm (0.24 inches), while the Dell Cast is the company's attempt to take on Google's Chromecast, with a version focused on productivity rather than content consumption.

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Asus VivoTab 8 revealed as Windows 8.1 tablet with 64-bit processor

09/08, 11:52am

Atom-powered 64-bit VivoTab 8 has 2MP front, rear cameras,

Asus has launched another tablet in its VivoTab range, just a week after its similar IFA launches. The VivoTab 8 is visibly similar Windows 8.1 tablet to the VivoTab Note 8 from February, and though it loses the Wacom digitizer and has the same 8-inch 1280x800 display, Asus has made a number of changes to the tablet's internal specifications.

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IK Multimedia announces iRig Mic Field microphone, iKlip Xpand Stand

09/04, 8:19pm

Field recording through Lightning devices, stand gives tablet users positioning options

Two new products are coming from IK Multimedia, as the company announced the iRig Mic Field and iKlip Xpand Stand. The iRig Mic Field offers high-quality stereo recording through Lightning-compatible devices for projects that need a separate audio recording, like live bands or films. The new iKlip Xpand Stand offers tablet users a way to mount their tablets, giving them the flexibility to use them in a freestanding manner without bulky hardware or permanently attached fixtures.

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Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2 smartphone, Hero 8 tablet shipping this month

09/04, 4:18pm

IFA Alcatel OneTouch launches powered by octa-core processors

Alcatel OneTouch has increased its Hero device range by two at IFA, with a smartphone and a tablet joining the roster. The Hero 2 Android smartphone is powered by an octa-core 2GHz processor behind a 6-inch 1080p display, while the Hero 8 is a tablet with an eight-inch 1920x1200 screen, also backed by a MediaTek octa-core processor.

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Toshiba shows Satellite Radius 11 notebook, Encore Mini 7-inch tablet

09/03, 7:19am

Toshiba Encore Mini includes Office 365 Personal, entry-level specifications

Toshiba has introduced two devices running Windows 8.1 at IFA, adding to its existing Radius and Encore ranges. The Satellite Radius 11 is a convertible notebook able to switch between tablet and notebook modes, while the Encore Mini is a 7-inch tablet offering full Windows 8.1 with Bing and Microsoft Office 365 Personal preinstalled.

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Lenovo launches Tab S8 as its first Intel-based Android tablet

09/03, 5:06am

Intel Atom processor used in Lenovo Tab S8 with Burst Performance Technology

Lenovo kicked off its IFA device launches, by revealing its first Intel-powered Android tablet. The Lenovo Tab S8 uses a quad-core Intel Atom Z3745 with 2GB of RAM, with the processor's Burst Performance Technology said to help provide more processing power when it is required, in turn saving on battery life when performing lower-impact tasks.

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Sony IFA teaser hints at Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact, Z3 Tablet Compact

08/28, 12:59pm

Two smartphones, one smaller Xperia tablet expected for Sony IFA event

Sony is starting to tease devices it is planning to show at IFA next week, with a video trailer hinting that there will be three items revealed. The video, heavily referring to the number three throughout, could be pointing to the launch of the Xperia Z3, the Xperia Z3 Compact, and a tablet which could end up being the Z3 Tablet Compact.

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Microsoft reduces price of Surface 2 Windows RT tablet range by $100

08/26, 7:32am

Price cut in Surface 2 suggests stock clearance for another Microsoft tablet launch

Microsoft has cut the price of its Surface 2 Windows RT tablets by $100. The drop in price across the entire range, putting the 32GB, 64GB, and 64GB LTE versions at $349, $449, and $579 respectively, could be a sign that Microsoft is preparing to launch an updated version of the tablet to go alongside its already-released Surface Pro 3.

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Filing shows new information on T1 tablet in the works from HTC

08/25, 3:51pm

Device named Flounder according to Wi-Fi Alliance certification, comes in three models

More information has come to the surface regarding HTC's rumored T1 tablet. On top of South Korean regulators passing a device with the 0P82100 model number, the Wi-Fi Alliance has also approved a device under the same identifier. The Wi-Fi Alliance shows that the tablet is named Flounder, according to the firmware version on the device.

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First look: Nvidia Shield Android gaming tablet

08/21, 8:04am

Nvidia delivers genuine differentiation with its Shield gaming tablet

Although it might look like just another Android tablet, the Nvidia Shield Android gaming tablet is one of the more interesting devices to come out in a segment that swamped with endless options, but little genuine differentiation. It tries to stand out from the crowd not with a heavily customized user interface, or even bold design, but rather tries to specialize in one particular area - Android gaming. It is also one of the first devices on the market running Nvidia's latest chip, the Tegra K1. While it still sports a 32-bit ARM Cortex A15 4+1 architecture clocked at 2.2GHz, its graphics capabilities are the real highlight. It sports 192 Kepler GPU cores, which is the very same architecture that powers Nvidia's vaunted discrete desktop and notebook GPUs.

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Barnes & Noble puts Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook on sale

08/20, 10:48am

Co-branded Samsung tablet adds Nook software features

Samsung and Barnes & Noble has released its first co-branded tablet, as the retailer migrates away from hardware production and into partnering with other manufacturers. The Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is a rebranded version of Samsung's existing Tab 4 tablet, though while the hardware is the same as the original device, the software has been customized with some Nook-specific changes, including access to the Nook store.

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Sony confirms Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact in documentation leak

08/18, 10:22am

Accessory manual reveals name of upcoming Sony Xperia tablet

Sony may have confirmed the existence of a new Xperia tablet in support documentation. The Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is refereed to by name in a user guide for the BSC10 Bluetooth Speaker with Magnetic Charging Pad, suggesting the company will be going for a smaller tablet as a follow-up to the Xperia Z2 Tablet, launched earlier this year.

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LG adds LTE to G Pad 8.0, launches tablet in Europe

08/14, 6:11am

LG updates earlier Wi-Fi G Pad 8.0 with LTE connectivity

A few months after launching its G Pad range, LG has started to ship one of the tablets with LTE connectivity built in. The LG G Pad 8.0 LTE is identical to the earlier Wi-Fi variant in terms of specification and functionality, except for the inclusion of LTE radios, and comes shortly after AT&T announced it would be selling the LTE-equipped 7-inch model.

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Apple emails new ad for iPads touting iWork, Office, productivity

08/11, 9:10pm

Seen as pushback against Microsoft's Surface ads, yet features Microsoft apps

Following on the heels of two new "Your Verse" iPad ads, Apple has begun emailing prospective buyers touting the iPad's "office" apps, including both its own "iWork" apps as well as Microsoft Office for iPad -- even though the campaign is seen as a pushback to Microsoft's recent ads for its failed Surface tablet in which it points out that the Surface's accompanying keypad cover and laptop-like OS as productivity selling points.

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HTC Nexus tablet allegedly surfaces on Korean regulator filing

08/08, 8:48am

Leaks suggest 64-bit Tegra processor in rumored HTC-produced Nexus tablet

Multiple leaks suggest HTC's rumored tablet is still on the way, and could be announced soon. Codenamed T1, but previously named as Volantis and Flounder, the device is believed to be a new Nexus tablet, possibly the Nexus 8 or Nexus 9, with the device apparently spotted on South Korean communications regulator RRA's website passing certification.

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Microsoft expanding Surface Pro 3 availability on August 28

08/06, 8:17am

Surface Pro 3 heading to 25 new markets at end of August

The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet will soon be available to purchase in 25 more countries later this month. The software giant has confirmed the street date for the latest in its tablet range will be August 28th in the new markets, with the original Core i5 and the newly-added Core i3 and Core i7 variants all shipping at the same time.

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Asus tablet sporting 64-bit Intel Moorfield processor surfaces at FCC

08/05, 10:51am

FCC listing provides specifications for unannounced Asus tablet

An unannounced Asus tablet powered by a 64-bit Intel Atom processor is on the way, according to a filing at the FCC. The listing for the tablet, under the model number K007, also unusually provides a partial list of components used in the device, with the filing indicating the Intel Moorefield chip will be a quad-core version clocked at 1.8GHz.

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AT&T plans 99 cent LG G Pad 7.0 bundle with LG smartphone purchase

08/04, 12:11pm

LTE edition of LG G Pad 7.0 goes on sale in US from August 8 on AT&T

AT&T will become the first carrier to sell the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE in the United States, it has announced. Part of the same product family as the G Pad 8.0 and G Pad 10.1, the LTE-equipped G Pad 7.0 will be available to purchase through the carrier from August 8, with AT&T not only offering it as a standalone item, but also heavily discounting it when bought alongside a select number of LG smartphones.

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Samsung patent application for tablet sleeve uses prior Apple art

07/27, 4:30pm

Application for 'foldable pouch mobile cradle' uses art from Apple's Smart Cover

A new patent application from Samsung has surfaced, in which the company is seeking to claim a patent on a new type of sleeve for tablets. While that would not be cause for concern in most cases, some of the art in the application makes a direct call to a familiar cover for Apple's iPads. In the filing, Samsung - which has been repeatedly accused by Apple and others of "slavishly copying" the iPhone maker -- introduces prior art in the form of Apple's Smart Cover.

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Nvidia launches Shield Tablet with 8-inch display, separate controller

07/22, 10:42am

Nvidia Shield Tablet retains game-streaming functionality of original device

Nvidia has finally launched a new gaming tablet in the Shield product line, following a number of leaks. The successor to the Shield controller and the Tegra Note 7, the Shield Tablet effectively separates the display and controller elements of the original Shield, with an accompanying wireless controller allowing it to be used in a similar manner as a portable console.

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Nvidia Shield Tablet appears in media render with Tegra Note styling

07/18, 6:30am

Rumored Shield Tablet has similar appearance to predecessor, metallic speaker grilles

An image of what is believed to be Nvidia's next attempt at a gaming tablet has leaked. Thought to be called the Shield Tablet, tying into an earlier certification leak, the device appears to have a similar appearance to the company's previous Tegra Note 7 tablet, though apparently it will have a slightly different placement of front-facing camera and metallic sections covering the speaker grilles.

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Briefly: Panasonic's Toughpad FZ-G1 upgrade, LG's KizOn wristband

07/08, 8:05pm

Panasonic updates Toughpad FZ-G1 10-inch rugged Windows tablet

Panasonic has announced the release of an upgrade to its Toughpad FZ-G1, a rugged 10-inch tablet. Featuring a faster fourth-generation Intel Core i5 vPro processor, an advanced Windows 8.1 Pro update, and a new battery life of up to 10 hours, the Toughpad FZ-G1 is intended for mobile professionals such as military personnel and first responders.

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Nvidia Shield successor leaks in certification listings as tablet

07/02, 11:31am

Shield Tablet spotted as name for Nvidia gaming handheld follow-up

Nvidia is preparing to launch another device in its Shield product line, with the device likely to take a different form from the original. New listings for a device have appeared at the Global Certification Forum directly mentioning a Shield Tablet, suggesting that, not only will it have LTE connectivity, but it could also change shape from a controller with a clamshell screen to a more conventional tablet.

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Barnes & Noble to split away from Nook Media next year

06/25, 10:35am

Financial results show Nook continues to make a loss for Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble is splitting its business in two, separating its book retail business from Nook Media, the company has announced. Two separate public companies will be created, with one set to contain the Nook tablet and e-reader side of the business, and Barnes & Noble hopes to complete all the necessary steps for separation by the end of the first quarter of next year.

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HTC Volantis leaked, suggested as next Google Nexus tablet

06/23, 5:43am

Nexus tablet from HTC claimed to have 8.9-inch display, Tegra K1 processor

The rumored next Google Nexus tablet from HTC has allegedly surfaced, under the guise of the HTC Volantis. Believed to be called the Nexus 9, the Volantis is said to have an 8.9-inch 2048x1440-resolution display, giving it a pixel density of 281ppi, with the body also claimed to use a zero-gap aluminum construction, a departure from the earlier Nexus tablet designs.

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Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S range with Super AMOLED displays

06/12, 8:41pm

Samsung Galaxy Tab S displays cover 90 percent of Adobe RGB color range

Just as rumored last month, Samsung has launched its first tablets using Super AMOLED displays - screens the manufacturer typically reserves for its smartphones. The Galaxy Tab S range, initially consisting of models with 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch displays, lights its pixels differently to how the LED versions work, allowing the screens to display 90 percent of the Adobe RGB range rather than 70 percent, as well as turning off pixels for darker black shades. In addition, the Super AMOLED screens are 40 percent less reflective, making them more useful for outdoor use.

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LG shipping G Pad 7.0 to Europe this week, G Pad 8.0, 10.1 to follow

06/12, 7:33am

Specifications for LG G Pad range show all share same processor, resolution

LG has started shipping three G Pad tablets the company launched last month, as well as providing more detailed specifications for each of the mobile devices. The G Pad 7.0, G Pad 8.0, and G Pad 10.1 will all use the same quad-core 1.2GHz processor and have a resolution of 1280x800, regardless of the physical size of the IPS display, though some of the other internal details do differ.

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Briefly: OTA update for Tegra Note 7, Netflix Android app update

06/07, 11:39pm

NVIDIA's Tegra Note 7 tablet OTA update includes streaming of Netflix in up to 1080p

Nvidia's Tegra Note 7 tablet has received an OTA update, allowing for streaming of Netflix HD content up to 1080p on the device. The Tegra Note 7 tablet features a seven-inch HD display, with enough battery capacity for up to 10 hours of video streaming. The tablet is one of the first Android devices available that can stream Netflix in high-definition. Available with a 16GB storage capacity, the Tegra Note 7 is priced at $200.

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Samsung tablet prototype with 4K resolution spotted at broadcast event

06/06, 11:09am

4K-resolution display on 12-inch Samsung tablet unlikely to go on sale in near future

Samsung is exploring the use of 4K-resolution displays in mobile devices, according to a report. A tablet using the high-resolution screen was spotted and photographed during an LTE broadcasting demonstration at the French Open tennis tournament, and while it is unlikely for the device to head to market anytime soon, it suggests the manufacturer is at least testing the waters for a possible future release.

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Barnes & Noble, Samsung partner on co-branded Galaxy Tab 4 tablets

06/05, 12:03pm

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook starts shipping in August

Barnes & Noble is partnering with Samsung to create a range of co-branded tablets. The product line, named the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, combines Samsung's existing hardware range with customized Nook software, with the first seven-inch device set to go on sale in the United States in early August through Barnes & Noble bookstores.

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HP will release detachable, business oriented HP Pro x2 612 tablet PC

06/04, 12:08am

Pro x2 612 gives business computing flexibility in desktop replacement, single tablet options

Computer manufacturer HP has unleashed a new tablet PC that is poised to fit in with the growth of computer options in the enterprise sector. The HP Pro x2 612 gives buyers a new level of flexibility, says the company, the first of its kind at the business level. With the PC, business customers "will have a computer that they can use at their desk, or something they can carry with them without having to change machines," according to a press release. The core of the machine is a 12.5-inch touchscreen Windows 8.1 tablet that can be placed into a keyboard dock to give enterprise users a desktop replacement.

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Intel outlines 2-in-1 tablet vision, mobile processors at Computex

06/03, 6:26am

Over 130 tablets launching this year to use Intel processors

Intel has unveiled its vision for tablet-based computing, by unveiling its latest mobile PC reference design. Part of a wider keynote event at Computex focused on mobile computing, the tablet is a 2-in-1 device using a 14nm Broadwell processor, a chip dubbed the Intel Core M processor purpose-built for use in similar multi-usage tablets and notebooks.

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Asus updates Fonepad, MeMO Pad range with 64-bit Intel Atom processors

06/02, 12:31pm

MeMO Pad 8 claimed to be lightest 8-inch tablet with LTE

At the same time as launching 4K notebooks and monitors, as well as more additions to its Transformer device range, Asus revealed a new collection of Fonepad and MeMO Pad tablets. The new Fonepad 8, MeMO Pad 7, and MeMO Pad 8 all use quad-core Intel Atom 64-bit mobile processors, with the former two tablets clocked at 1.8GHz, and the MeMO Pad at 2.3GHz.

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Samsung rumors claim Galaxy Tab S, Galaxy Mega 2 on the way

05/29, 9:29am

Galaxy Tab S believed to use AMOLED display, borrow Galaxy S5 features

Samsung could be preparing to show at least two devices at its Galaxy Premiere 2014 event on June 12th, according to reports. Support pages and feature details for what is believed to be the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 have surfaced, while a device with a seven-inch display has been certified by the FCC, one which could be called the Galaxy W in South Korea and form part of the Galaxy Mega range elsewhere.

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Nexus 8 reportedly mentioned in Android source code

05/28, 10:44am

Flounder mentions possibly alludes to rumored Nexus 8 tablet

Google is still planning to introduce an 8-inch tablet to the Nexus range, according to a report. The search company has apparently started to remove all trace of the term "flounder" from view in the Android source code, a codename believed to be related to the Nexus 8, and could possibly lead to an unveiling of the rumored device at the Google I/O developer conference next month.

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Toshiba introduces Excite Go 7-inch Android, Encore 2 Windows tablets

05/27, 10:33am

Toshiba Encore 2 includes 8-inch, 10-inch models, Windows 8.1 installed

Toshiba has introduced a trio of tablets, with one running Android and the others on Windows 8.1. The Excite Go continues Toshiba's Excite range of Android devices, while the Encore 2 tablets follow on from the original, offering 8-inch and 10-inch displays with a resolution of 1280x800 packed into a 0.4-inch device that's considerably thinner than their predecessor.

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HP starts shipping HP 7 Plus entry-level Android tablet for $100

05/23, 5:58am

Basic-specification HP 7 Plus has 7-inch 1024x600 display, 1GHz quad-core processor

HP has released a new Android tablet running Jelly Bean aimed at the budget market, though to little fanfare. The HP 7 Plus is an entry-level tablet that uses a 7-inch, 1024x600-resolution display and has a relatively sedate list of specifications that is similar to other generic, basic tablets, though HP has opted to sell the 7 Plus for $100.

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