The biggest advantage when buying Android is the sheer choice that you’ve got in front of you. Whether you want a large laptop replacement tablet or a small, nimble tablet to take around with you during the day, Android offers a wide variety of choice to suit your needs. We round up the best Android tablets for whichever task you’ve got in mind.
The LG G Pad 8.3 didn’t get Android 4.4.3 in time, but Google and LG had bigger plans in mind. The device is getting updated straight to Android 4.4.4.
ATAP has revealed that the first consumer-oriented Tango device will be released early next year, with LG as Google’s launch partner.
The Nexus 7 LTE version now has an Android 4.4.3 factory image file available for download.
Google IO’s 2014 keynote announcements are still uncertain, but we can assume some of the latest rumors and related news will make it to stage.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S series is the company’s latest flagship tablet lineup. But does it offer more than its previous premier tablets? We start by taking a look at the smallest of the lot, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4!
How well do Galaxy Tab S displays fare? The 2560×1600 resolution will keep images and text as sharp as a scalpel, but there is much more to look at.
Looking for a 10.1-inch tablet without paying a fortune? Right now Staples is offering the Tegra 3-powered Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T for just $200.
The Hisense Sero 8 has now arrived to the United States, available directly through Walmart for a price of just $129.
The previously rumored HTC-made Nexus tablet is back in the spotlight, with a new report allegedly listing its specifications, features, and pricing.