We take a closer look at two of LG’s latest mid-range tablet offerings. Here is our review of the LG G Pad 7.0 and G Pad 10.1!
Paul O’Brien, a trusted voice in the Android community, suggested that Nexus 9 could launch on October 16.
There are some competing kids-focused tablets out there, like the Fuhu Nabi or Samsung’s Tab 3 Kids, but the Fire HD Kids Edition blows them out of the water with its generous warranty and free content.
Those who want a little more from their NVIDIA Shield Tablet can now pre-order the 32 GB, LTE version. It is the same powerful device, only better.
Woot is offering a good deal on the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 today: for $239.99, you can get a factory refurbished TabPRO 8.4 WiFi with 16GB of storage and a three-month warranty from Samsung.
A legal document coming from NVIDIA has confirmed that the HTC Nexus 9 (as they called it) is to be released during the third quarter of 2014.
Intel and Dell announced the Venue 8 7000, an intriguing new tablet that combines a super slim design, powerful specs, and a 3D camera capable of some cool tricks.
As we look back at some of the fantastic devices that were launched at IFA 2014, we recognize the best of the best, with Android Authority’s Best of IFA 2014 Awards!
What looks like a version of Google’s Project Tango went through the FCC certification process, a relatively sure sign that its actual release is getting closer.
We take a look at what should be one of the best tablets to be announced at IFA 2014. Here’s our first impressions about the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact!