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iPad Air 3 rumored to pack 4GB RAM and a 4K screen

iPad Air 3 rumored to pack 4GB RAM and a 4K screen

As with any launch from a big company like Apple, there are lots of rumors and speculations about what we can expect from the iPad Air 3. The device is said to be launching in March of this year, and we've already started to hear rumored specs for the device. The big news yesterday was regarding the speakers and camera, today it's about the screen.

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VAIO Z, VAIO S “professional” notebooks arrive in the US

VAIO Z, VAIO S “professional” notebooks arrive in the US

If you haven't heard of a VAIO computer for a while, that's because the new Japanese company temporarily closed its doors to the international market soon after Sony sold off its PC business. October last year saw the first ever VAIO computer from the new company, the VAIO Z Canvas, arrive in the US. Now, VAIO is bringing not one but two, actually three, new notebooks, the VAIO Z flagship model and the VAIO S standard model, to the US as well, addressing what VAIO says are the pain points of business professionals: lots of battery and lots of ports.

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New Apple Watch models rumored to also debut in March

New Apple Watch models rumored to also debut in March

If all these rumors have any ring of truth, then Apple's expected March event will be packed with new devices. First, there is, of course, the 4-inch iPhone 5se, not 6c, which will see the return of a diminutive size not seen since 2013. The, there's the iPad Air 3, which will be the first time a 9.7-inch tablet will make an appearance since 2014. And now there is also word that new Apple Watch models, actually new bands, will also be making a debut in one grand stage presentation.

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Google “G” logo notifications pushed to all Android devices

Google “G” logo notifications pushed to all Android devices

Just so long as you have Google Now activated on your Android device, you'll be seeing "G" notifications soon. The notifications you're getting might not end up being all that different from what you've been seeing before today, but they will LOOK a little different. The biggest change is the branding. Instead of just a circle with an icon in it, your notifications from Google Now will also have the newest version of Google's "G" logo.

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iPad Air 3 rumored, or hoped, to get 4 speakers, camera flash

iPad Air 3 rumored, or hoped, to get 4 speakers, camera flash

Now that word of the iPad Air 3 arriving in March has once again surfaced, speculation, and sometimes wishful thinking, about the tablet's upcoming features. Not much is known about it, which makes the iPad Air 3 the perfect blank slate for the rumor mill. Two such features, which perhaps need a good amount of salt, revolve around the tablet's speakers and camera. For one, some are saying that the iPad Air 3 will have four speakers like the iPad Pro. And, quite amusingly, it will also have a flash for the rear camera.

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Galaxy Tab E 7.0 specs leak, 1.3GHz CPU and 1.5GB RAM

Galaxy Tab E 7.0 specs leak,  1.3GHz CPU and 1.5GB RAM

Details on a coming Samsung tablet have leaked and that tablet is called the Galaxy Tab E 7.0. The new tablet is an entry-level unit that brings a smaller size device to sit under the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 tablet that launched last week in Taiwan. That Galaxy Tab E 8.0 device had 4G LTE support, the leak claims LTE and WiFi versions for the smaller tablet.

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HTC Desire T7 spied on GFXBench

HTC Desire T7 spied on GFXBench

We often get our first glimpse at unannounced smartphones and tablets when they turn up on GFXBench and similar sources. The tablet that has surfaced at the benchmark website this time out is the HTC Desire T7. The device carries model number HTC IV5001-A and will rock a 6.9-inch screen. Last summer a leak pegged the price of the tablet at $170.

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Microsoft shows which Surface Pro power cords need replacement

Microsoft shows which Surface Pro power cords need replacement

Yesterday, Microsoft was reportedly going to issue free recalls for some of its power cords, citing potential fire hazard problems for a certain range of the Surface Pro cables. Now Microsoft has made that official. Redmond is starting a voluntary replacement program for Surface Pro AC power cords that were sold before March 15, 2015 in the US and Canada or before July 15, 2015 in other markets. But, given that the Surface Pro power line comes in two pieces, which is exactly the power cord and which ones are eligible for the free replacement? Microsoft has pictures to clarify.

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Dell bumps up the Venue 8 Pro with new specs, new price

Dell bumps up the Venue 8 Pro with new specs, new price

Dell has just quietly upgraded one of its more "unique" Windows devices. One of the first 8-inch Windows tablets in the market, Venue 8 Pro now has a younger but more powerful sibling with a name that takes a page from Apple's branding guide. Simply called the "New Dell 8 Venue Pro", the slab still sports an 8-inch screen, but this time boasts of a Full HD resolution, an upgraded Atom processor, and, in one instance, double the RAM of its predecessor. Sadly, it also boats of a higher price tag as well.

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Huawei’s rumored dual OS laptop may never see the light of day

Huawei’s rumored dual OS laptop may never see the light of day

Perhaps spurred by its recent good fortune in the smartphone market, Huawei is being rumored to be interested in entering the PC space, particularly laptops. But it won't settle for any old school laptop, of course. Those rumors make mention of a hybrid laptop, a.k.a 2-in-1 tablets, as well as of dual booting Windows 10 and Android. The idea is definitely nothing new and we've heard the story, even the promise, a long, long time ago. And chances are, just like those old stories, Huawei's tale might meet the same tragic end.

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Android enabled with app installs inside Google Search

Android enabled with app installs inside Google Search

As tipped a few weeks ago, Google is now rolling out the Android ability to install apps from search results. While it's not clear which devices will get this ability, it does seem that it'll be spread to all new smartphones and tablets in releases through the future. If you have Android Marshmallow, you're probably going to be in luck. If you have a Nexus smartphone or tablet or plan on buying one in the near future, you're also probably in luck.

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