Android tablet

Microsoft opens up Office for Android beta program

Microsoft opens up Office for Android beta program

Microsoft, who have become as much of a software provider as a hardware company in the mobile space, are reportedly working on a private beta program for Office. This time, they’ll concentrate on Android, after making a successful splash on iOS earlier this year.

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New Galaxy Tablet may have fingerprint scanner in home button

New Galaxy Tablet may have fingerprint scanner in home button

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a neat fingerprint sensor built into the home button, much as Apple has with the iPhone 5S. A new report suggests Samsung may beat Apple to the punch in bringing it to their tablets, though. A new tablet, branded the Galaxy Tab S, may have the sensor built right in.

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Logitech announces Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for the Galaxy Tab 4

Logitech announces Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for the Galaxy Tab 4

If you were worried about your new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 getting banged up, Logitech has you covered — literally. Their all new Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for the Tab 4 has been announced, and offers a slim overlay to your device that protects it thoroughly. Better yet, there is a keyboard inside the case, making your new Galaxy Tab a productivity powerhouse.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab for Education tablet to launch this April

Samsung Galaxy Tab for Education tablet to launch this April

Samsung has announced an upcoming Galaxy Tab designed specifically for educational purposes, which will launch in time for the next academic school year and will bring with it integration with Google Play for Education. There's no word yet on pricing or a specific launch date, but Samsung says the tablet will be available to channel partners in April.

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Nexus 7 JSS15Q update fixes multitouch issue

Nexus 7 JSS15Q update fixes multitouch issue

If you've been dealing with multitouch issues on your Nexus 7 tablet after installing the previous update, another software update promises to provide a fix. The JSS15Q update is now available for the tablet, offering an all-around fix to the troublesome multitouch problem, according to Paul Wilcox, the Google community manager.

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Earl Android tablet is solar powered and battle-ready

Earl Android tablet is solar powered and battle-ready

Most Android tablets are pretty much the same nowadays, traditionally. However, one company is looking to shake things up with an Android tablet that's meant for the outdoors person in all of us. The Earl, as it's called, is solar powered and comes with a thick robust outer shell to protect from the outdoor elements.

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7-inch tablets are the most popular Android tablets

7-inch tablets are the most popular Android tablets

In an unsurprising report, it looks like 7-inch tablets are the most popular Android tablets. While some people prefer the bigger screen real estate of a 10-inch tablet, or the perfect screen balance of a 8.9-inch tablet, neither sized tablets have the affordability of a 7-inch tablet. According to Animoca, an app publisher for entertainment products for Android devices, the top tablets that use its services are 7-inch tablets.

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Nexus 10 now available in Japan Play Store

Nexus 10 now available in Japan Play Store

While the Nexus 10 tablet from Google and Samsung has been available for a little while now to some buyers, it hasn't been available in Japan thus far. The smaller Nexus 7 also had a delayed launch in Japan, something frustrating to those who wanted Google's slate. That ends today, with customers in Japan now available to get the tablet from the Japan Play Store.

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O2 Secure Wireless announces first store and new Android devices

O2 Secure Wireless announces first store and new Android devices

O2 Secure Wireless, a company that currently works in the development of US wireless tower facilities and offers other broadband communication services, has announced that their first retail store in Palm Beach, FL is set to open July 9 offering a range of wireless services and products. The store will sell phone parts and offer performance repairs on the types of phones mostly commonly seen today.

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Google IO 2012: Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, Google Glasses and Nexus Q

Google IO 2012: Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, Google Glasses and Nexus Q

Google's IO 2012 keynote has been and gone, and while the developer event as a whole isn't over, you can certainly tell where the focus is by what made it onto the opening agenda. I'd already laid out my expectations for IO over at the Google Developers Blog, but there have been some surprises along the way too.

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ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 visits the FCC with AT&T bands

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 visits the FCC with AT&T bands

ASUS may finally be bringing its Transformer line of tablets to US wireless networks if an FCC filing is any indication. The latest model of the lineup, the Transformer Pad TF300, is now at the FCC and is equipped to support wireless bands for AT&T's LTE network.

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Gaikai partners with WikiPad for “World’s First Gaming Tablet”

Gaikai partners with WikiPad for “World’s First Gaming Tablet”

Gaikai, an OnLive competitor in the cloud gaming space, has announced that it is partnering with WikiPad to make the world's first gaming tablet. We've seen the WikiPad back at CES as a concept Android tablet designed to work with a hardware attachment for full ergonomic gaming controls on the go. It seemed like vaporware at the time, but now with a partnership with Gaikai, the gaming tablet may actually materialize.

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