Ever wondered what Project Tango’s 3D mapping technology was all about? Turns out it can power some amazing applications! Come check out this concept video.
Today, Barnes & Noble announced a new partnership with Samsung. The companies announced that they will launch co-branded tablets known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook in August. The tablet will feature Samsung’s hardware and customized Nook software with a 7-inch display.
Yesterday Google published factory images and binaries of Android 4.4.3 for some of its Nexus devices, and now we are seeing the first over the air updates hitting the Wi-Fi version of the Nexus 7 (2013). Get yours here.
We’ve already talked about the crazy 5-in-1 Windows-Android hybrid Transformer Book V, but Asus had a whole lot more to show the world in the opening of Computex 2014 Taipei.
The 7-inch, faux leather backed Samsung Galaxy W (Galaxy Mega 2, Galaxy Mega 7.0, whatever you want to call it) has been launched. Joke if you will, but that is another tablet sized phone come real. Is it crazy, or just right?
Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now available for the Galaxy Note 10.1 (N8000) in Germany, with the rollout in other countries expected soon.
Toshiba has unveiled a new budget tablet called the Excite Go. The low-cost tablet is offers an Intel processor and is priced at $110.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 is the middle child in Samsung’s latest iteration of the Galaxy Tab line up and is essentially the Tab 4 7.0 with a slightly larger display just in case 7 inches wasn’t... big enough for you. The design is very typical Samsung fare with an all plastic construction and a fake leather texture on the back that we’ve seen since the Note 3. A chrome trim wraps around the per...
Samsung may be the manufacturing king of Android devices, but even this behemoth suffers from the natural fluctuations in the market. How is 2014 looking?
In this week’s Friday Debate we discuss whether tablets are still relevant in a world full of bigger screen smartphones. Be sure to vote in our poll!