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Don’t fall for these terrible tablet deals on Black Friday

Don’t fall for these terrible tablet deals on Black Friday

Today we're having a look at some examples of the worst tablets on sale - doorbuster style - on Black Friday. This list was compiled in the year 2015, but you'll be able to use it as an example well into the future. The same situation has arisen several years in a row - terrible, terrible tablets being sold at "rock bottom" prices on Black Friday in an effort to trick their buyers. Every major retailer is guilty. No-one is safe. Heed our words of warning - stay away from these tablets at all costs.

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Halloween comes early for Verizon’s DROID release event

Halloween comes early for Verizon’s DROID release event

A spooky sort of invite has been sent by Verizon for an event that's sure to reveal the newest DROID devices from Motorola. This event will take place starting at 11AM Eastern Time on the 27th of October, and the invite suggests one of two things. Either we're going to get a device that's especially good at helping us with the TRICK part of our Trick or Treat shenanigans, or we're just being teased with shards of glass because this device will be especially sharp. We're guessing it's a Moto X of a different name, and though not particularly rugged, a device that's not going to break when you drop it from your pocket.

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Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 event wrap-up: The Apple War

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 event wrap-up: The Apple War

This week Microsoft became a computer company selling hardware - not just phones, not just tablets, but laptops, too. Today we're running down all the products we saw the company deliver to the public, including the Surface Pro 4, the Surface Book, a new Microsoft Band, and a couple of smartphones. Microsoft suggests that they're taking on Apple directly with these products - at least the Surface models vs Apple's laptops. Do they put their manufacturing where their mouth is, or do we need to wait to see how well the lot fares?

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Google event tomorrow: what to expect

Google event tomorrow: what to expect

Tomorrow we'll be at a Google event that's sure to flip the script on their Nexus program as well as Chromecast - just for starters. This event will be the launch site for Android Marshmallow. This is the next big software update for Android, bringing about a new operating system face that'll look relatively similar to the last face. Functionality will change, of course, mostly on the two new Nexus smartphones the company has yet to reveal.

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New Apple TV revealed with touch controls and games

New Apple TV revealed with touch controls and games

Apple reveals the new Apple TV, complete with a new controller with touch interface. On stage at this Apple event in California this morning, Tim Cook suggested that we are in "the golden age of television", and that "the future of television is apps." "The transition," suggested Cook, "has already begun - over 60% of pay TV streaming video is consumed on an Apple device through an app." It's apparent here that Apple TV will no longer be about "channels", as it were - now they're all about the future where everything is its own individual unit.

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iPad Pro keyboard case brings QWERTY to big Apple tablet

iPad Pro keyboard case brings QWERTY to big Apple tablet

This morning Apple revealed the iPad Pro, and along with it, a keyboard case that folds over its front. This device has a physical keyboard that's very thin, able to fold out and hold the iPad Pro up as it sits down on the surface of your desk, flat. Apple suggests that this keyboard is made with a "woven fabric" to create the structure of its keys, and that it'll work with the iPad Pro's "Smart Connector."

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IFA 2015 Day 1: Skylake, circular smartwatches & crazy gaming

IFA 2015 Day 1: Skylake, circular smartwatches & crazy gaming

Day One at IFA 2015 is actually two days long if you're covering the event series as a member of the press. As such, we've got more details on devices and announcements on this list than you'll be able to shake a stick at. Everyone from Intel to Acer, ASUS to Motorola - and Lenovo too! Everyone has brought on their fair share of PCs, mobile devices, and processing power, both for the international audience and for our home turf right here in the United States.

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Apple event confirmed for September 9th

Apple event confirmed for September 9th

Apple confirms an invitation-only press event set for Wednesday, September 9th in San Francisco. This event will take place at 10AM Pacific Time and SlashGear will be covering the event on-site. This event has been confirmed with an invitation which includes the top of an Apple logo with multiple colors waving in and out. Also included is the phrase "Hey Siri, give us a hint." This event will likely contain reveals of several devices including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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Apple’s September event might be held at Bill Graham

Apple’s September event might be held at Bill Graham

While almost everyone is busy trying to set up camp for IFA 2015 next month, Apple is also busy, although more silently, to prepare its own September event where it is expected to unveil more than just the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. As always, the location of Apple's events are kept with the utmost secrecy that would make the CIA weep, but, as always, some things leak out. Apple is tipped to be preparing something at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in California, with dates that seem to coincide with Apple's expected event.

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Samsung schedules Unpacked August 13th: Note 5 ahoy!

Samsung schedules Unpacked August 13th: Note 5 ahoy!

This week is bringing events from a few big companies, but Samsung is not one of them. Instead, the Korean company will be having its next event in mid-August, but before that it has started teasing what we can expect. The company fired out some invites today, announcing that it will be showing off its next big thing on August 13, and it followed the invites with an animated teaser on its Twitter account -- we see rolling lines, and they (probably) mean there's another curved display inbound.

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Native Apps confirmed for Apple Watch

Native Apps confirmed for Apple Watch

Apple's WWDC 2015 event has just gotten under way, and on stage company CEO Tim Cook has kicked things off quickly by confirming that native apps are coming for the Apple Watch. Such a confirmation has been anticipated for months; there aren't many details about it at this point, though we'll no doubt be hearing more very soon. More after the jump!

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Watch the Google I/O 2015 live stream here today

Watch the Google I/O 2015 live stream here today

Starting at 9:30 AM Pacific Time Google begins their first big keynote of their developer sessions for Google I/O 2015. This event will be streamed live here - check below for the full stream all day long. This will be the first in a collection of talks given by Google and Google associates over the next couple of days. While all talks will be developer-focused, there's always some interesting information to be had by consumers as well. New phone software, new virtual reality bits and pieces, and new Chrome updates are likely to pop up throughout this morning and the rest of the next couple of days.

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