May 25th - After the Nexus 9 had been removed from the Google Store last month, HTC has confirmed that the tablet has officially completed its manufacturing run and is now retired.
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The Nexus 9 is HTC's first Nexus tablet, and it was announced on October 15th, 2014. It's a 9-inch tablet featuring a QXGA display, NVIDIA's Tegra K1 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of...Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the first high end tablet released with the Android operating system. It has a 7 inch capacitive touchscreen, 1Ghz processor, and Android 2.2 with the Samsung TouchWiz UI. Being...Read More
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May 25th - We thought Samsung might introduce their first ever mobile-appropriate iris scanner in some sort of high-end phone. The Samsung Galaxy Note 6, perhaps? It’s still possible that device will get one, but it won’t be able to claim the honors of being the first. That goes to the Galaxy Tab Iris.
May 23rd - Google took to the stage at one of the larger sessions during I/O 2016 to show off its latest advancements in the world of Project Tango.
May 18th - Google touched a bit more on Android N at their big developer event today. While most of their presentation was a big recap of many of the Android N features we’ve already been enjoying in developer previews there are a couple of new things coming as part of today’s Dev Preview 3 release.
May 12th - An unnamed NVIDIA tablet came across the desks of the FCC, with not much information in-tow other than the fact that the company is working on a new tablet.
May 12th - It hasn’t been too long since the SHIELD K1 began receiving its update to Android 6.0.1. Now, owners of the original NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet will be pleased to know that 6.0.1 is now officially rolling out to the device and brings along with support for the new Vulkan API.
May 12th - We know ASUS has something big coming May 30th, but today we get more details on their plans. Speaking with DigiTimes, CEO Jerry Shen confirmed the company has 3 new Zenfone variants in the works, and that they’ll all be running either Qualcomm or MediaTek chipsets in some form. They handsets are also due out in June.
May 12th - We went from an abundance of 7-inch devices to huge tablets that can replace PCs. At least that’s what tablet makers are hoping. Samsung has released a giant tablet in the past, and now it looks like Lenovo is jumping on board.
May 11th - If you want to check out the latest build of Android N, we’ve pulled together step-by-step instruction on how to get the developer preview installed on your Nexus.
May 6th - NVIDIA has finally restocked their popular gaming tablet, the SHIELD Tablet K1. You can now purchase the tablet for $199.99 with Free Shipping.
May 5th - Verizon’s LG G Pad X8.3 is finally being updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, making it just another device to get the update to Google’s most current stable software.