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Moto E4 hands on: $70, really?

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Dual camera optical zoom technology explained

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126 articles

ASUS Can Be The Android Tablet Leader – A Critical Look At Asus

I have always liked ASUS. Their involvement in the PC business is the cornerstone of their Android business today. Previously they cooperated with Garmin to manufacture a ...
by RandyOctober 27, 201113

Asus Confirms Android 4.0 for All Their Tablets

Asus has already said a couple of times that we’re going to see Android 4.0 on the upcoming Transformer Prime by the end of this year, but what about their other 2 ...
by LucianOctober 25, 20111

ASUS Transformer (2) Prime Is the Tablet the World Has Been Waiting For [Video]

The Asus Transformer Prime is arguably the most hotly anticipated Android tablet to ever come to fruition folks – ...
by Darcy LaCouveeOctober 23, 201155

Asus Transfomer 2 Leaks [Video & Pictures]

The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer 2 is to be one – if not the  first – tablets that will use the new powerful quad-core NVIDIA processor codenamed Kal-El (Tegra 3). ...
by Darcy LaCouveeOctober 19, 20118
 
 

Asus Transformer 2, Kal-El, and the Future of Notebooks (and Tablets)

Nvidia promised us (again) that we’ll see their latest Tegra chip at the end of August in tablets. I don’t know if it’s their fault, or the manufacturers’ ...
by LucianAugust 17, 201113
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