Jide, created by a trio of former Google senior engineers, wants to turn Android into a platform that works in the office with its “inspired” flourishes.
We’ve rounded up the best smartphone and tablet news from CES 2015. If you haven’t had time to catch any of our coverage so far, now is the time to do so!
The impressive Nokia N1 (built and sold by Foxconn) is now avalible for pre-order in China. It will retail for about $250 and hit stores 1/29.
A new leak suggests Samsung will begin its US Lollipop launch in January with the Galaxy S5, followed by the Note 4/Edge, S4/Note 3, and then tablets.
Are you looking for a mid-sized, high-end tablet? Find out which one better suits your needs in our in-depth comparison of the Google Nexus 9 vs. the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4!
Save $125 on a select 3rd Generation Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch tablets. This deal is only valid until the end of the day, so hurry up!
The Nexus 9 LTE is finally available! T-Mobile is the first place to buy it in the world. The tablet will cost $599.76 full retail, or $0 down/$24.99 over 2 years.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 has a RRP of $649, but if that is beyond your budget, you can pick up a refurbished device for just $339.99 from eBay.
Is there a single best Android tablet out there? No way! Here are our top best Android tablet picks! Read on to find out all about ‘em!
The Revolution 2 is a worthy successor the original Revolution tablet. It has a great display and is coupled with a fast processor. The price? Just $260.