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Galaxy Tab E and Galaxy On5 land at T-Mobile this month

Galaxy Tab E and Galaxy On5 land at T-Mobile this month

T-Mobile users will have a couple new Samsung devices to choose from later this month with the Galaxy Tab E and the Galaxy On5 smartphone landing soon. The first of the devices is the Galaxy Tab E and it will launch on the T-Mobile network on June 22. It will be offered for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $10 each.

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Jide reveals the Remix Pro 2-in-1 tablet, more Remix devices

Jide reveals the Remix Pro 2-in-1 tablet, more Remix devices

Android is an operating system that, almost like its Linux ancestor, can be found almost anywhere and any device. That doesn't mean, however, that it offers the best experience outside of smartphones and tablets. Take for example laptops and desktops, where Android normally just looks like an overgrown tablet. Jide's Remix OS addresses that space, providing a desktop-like Android experience for maximum productivity. And today it has announced the next batch of Remix OS powered devices, including a much-awaited next gen Remix Pro 2-in-1 Android tablet.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 gets “professional audio” support

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 gets “professional audio” support

NVIDIA has traditionally been seen as a "good citizen" when it comes to the speed and frequency of rolling out Android updates and this latest one cements that image. No, there isn't a new Android version released (unless you count the new Android N Preview, but that's another story). That, however, isn't stopping NVIDIA from pushing out an update to the SHIELD Tablet K1 that could still delight owners. The update is short but substantial, giving users the ability to split navigation buttons and adding support for hi-res audio.

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Android Distribution shows big gains for newest releases

Android Distribution shows big gains for newest releases

Today Google has delivered their latest Android Distribution chart showing how the newest versions of the platform are reaching the masses. Together, Android 5.x Lollipop and 6.0 Marshmallow have a 33.1% increase over this same market point last year. That means two things - first, that Android devices continue to sell well new around the world. Second, that there's a large number of Android lovers out there updating their devices as often as possible.

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Jide Remix Pro 2-in-1 tablet seen with Snapdragon 652 inside

Jide Remix Pro 2-in-1 tablet seen with Snapdragon 652 inside

Thanks to the recent focus on productivity and Android, Jide and its Remix OS has been in headlines often lately. However, it has been nearly a year since it launched is second device, the Remix Mini PC. Sure, it partnered with AOC to put out an all-in-one version and old pal Allwinner was seen with ultracheap laptops in the works. So far, nothing from Jide directly. It might not be long now, however, as Jide's "Remix Pro" was just spotted at Qualcomm's Computex booth, flaunting what could be the next-gen Android-based, productivity focused 2-in-1 tablet.

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EyeForcer forces your kids to stop looking down at their phones

EyeForcer forces your kids to stop looking down at their phones

With the rise of smartphones and tablets, we're spending more time looking down at our hands than ever. Go to any public place, and you'll see people hunched over their phones, checking Facebook, Tweeting, or watching videos. Our bodies aren't designed to hold that position for long periods, and that can cause painful issues. One company has their eye on this problem, and aims to fix it.

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T-Mobile LG G Pad X 8.0 is the G Pad III in disguise

T-Mobile LG G Pad X 8.0 is the G Pad III in disguise

Earlier this week, LG revealed its latest Android tablet, the mid-range G Pad III 8.0. Given how few Android tablets come from major OEMs these days, it is perhaps still good news, no matter how not premium it is. It does have a few things going for it, enough it seems for T-Mobile to sign up for it. Except it is going by a different name in the US. The carrier has just added an LG G Pad X 8.0 to its roster, which, aside from the name and perhaps LTE bands, is pretty much the same G Pad III 8.0.

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iOS 9.3.2 update for 9.7-inch iPad Pro has returned

iOS 9.3.2 update for 9.7-inch iPad Pro has returned

Considering its not so stellar update performance lately, Apple has somewhat turned what were normally uneventful iOS updates into a guessing game for some and a harrowing experience for others. The most recent incident concerned the iOS 9.3.2 update which ended up bricking some 9.7-inch iPad Pros, keeping them stuck in a loop over an "Error 56" message. After pulling out the update from its servers nearly two weeks ago, Apple has retried the update process again, this time with more positive results.

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Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet gets new 64GB aluminum version

Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet gets new 64GB aluminum version

Amazon has some cheap Fire tablets, and they're great for kids who are probably going to break them regardless of quality. Adults, though, want something more robust, and Amazon is giving them what they want. The company has rolled out an all-aluminum Fire 10 tablet, and you can get it with up to 64GB of storage space. The aluminum version joins the white and black version of the Fire 10.

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Verdict and 10 things to know about Ubuntu bq Aquaris M10

Verdict and 10 things to know about Ubuntu bq Aquaris M10

We have finally come to the end of our long, three-part journey into the relatively unexplored world of Ubuntu Touch devices and the bq Aquaris M10 tablet. We've seen what the hardware is capable of and and we've gotten a glimpse of the future of computing promised by Ubuntu Touch. Now it's time to take stock of it all and answer the most difficult question of all: should you buy this rather piece of equipment that is both unique and ordinary at the same time?

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Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 gets a substantial refresh

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2 gets a substantial refresh

It's been nearly two years since Panasonic announced the rugged 7.0-inch Toughpad FZ-B2 tablet. Usually, that is a signal for manufacturers to retire the model and prepare for a new one. Rather uncharacteristically, Panasonic is sticking to its FZ-B2 guns and is instead giving it what is has described a "stunning makeover". That might be a bit of a misnomer though, as the new FZ-B2 looks almost exactly the same as the old FZ-B2. Inside, however, Panasonic has indeed let loose some big changes that would perhaps warrant calling this an FZ-B3.

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LG G Pad III 8.0 is yet another generation of mid-range slabs

LG G Pad III 8.0 is yet another generation of mid-range slabs

The Android world is perhaps in dire need of respectable, high-end tablets that would put the platform head to head again with Apple's new iPad generation. Despite the proliferation of low to mid-range slates, even major OEMs aren't stepping up to fill in that gap. Samsung has seemingly stopped making premium Android tablets but LG doesn't seem to be in rush to snatch that market either. It does have a new Android tablet, the LG G Pad III 8.0, but it probably hardly qualifies as a tablet that can challenge something like an iPad mini 4.

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