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Refreshed Galaxy Tab S2 spotted, still no Galaxy Tab S3 in sight

Refreshed Galaxy Tab S2 spotted, still no Galaxy Tab S3 in sight

Samsung just recently launched the hulking Galaxy TabPro S which, despite the "Galaxy" branding, is actually a Windows tablet. Those from the Android camp might be hungry for a new premium slate but, sadly, that might not yet be happening soon. Up in line would be a new Galaxy Tab S3 generation but what we're seeing instead is a new batch of Galaxy Tab S2 tablets. And all that these tablets bring to the table is a new Snapdraogn 652 as well as Android 6.0 right out of the box.

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Huawei MediaPad T2 10.1 renders hint at upcoming mid-range slate

Huawei MediaPad T2 10.1 renders hint at upcoming mid-range slate

Huawei's standing in the smartphone market might be rising even in the US, but as far as tablets go, its offerings have been mildly plain. Early this year at CES 2016, it unveiled the MediaPad M2 10.0, a somewhat decent Android tablet straddling the fine line between mid-range and premium. The MediaPad T2 10.0, which is the subject of today's leak, is, on the other hand, more confident in its place. Basically a more budget friendly, version of the MediaPad M2, the T2 offers just enough specs to survive 2016 with very few scars.

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A new Nexus 7 Android tablet to beat your iPad

A new Nexus 7 Android tablet to beat your iPad

While the prospect of creating a piece of hardware that'd supplant the since-the-beginning biggest tablet ever iPad, Google's next device might be able to do the trick. Google is currently placing itself in a position in which it becomes more singular. The Google Play suite of apps has adopted a more visually standard look. Google's Play return program has become more active in the recent past. But what's that got to do with a tablet? Could Google finally be making a play for the space they've never dominated with a device that's just as powerful as the opposition? If the past couple generations of Nexus device are any indication, Google's in a prime position to finally make the real anti-iPad.

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Remix OS 2.0 lands on Nexus 9, 10 tablets, Remix Ultratablet

Remix OS 2.0 lands on Nexus 9, 10 tablets, Remix Ultratablet

The age of productivity oriented tablets, especially Android, might soon be upon us and Jide is one of the blazing a trail ahead. Its Remix OS 2.0, the latest version of its Android version "remixed" for PCs and laptops, is now making its way to Android tablets. To be more specific, the custom ROM is now available for the Nexus 9 and Nexus 10 and, soon, in final form on the original Jide Remix Ultraportable. This expands Remix OS' scope to almost all large screen devices, offering Android productivity in a unique way.

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Alcatel Xess all-in-one launch date set for April 22

Alcatel Xess all-in-one launch date set for April 22

At CES early this year, nay even as far back as IFA 2015 last September, Alcatel revealed a rather bold new device that, frankly, still doesn't have an established, let alone widely embraced, category. The Alcatel Xess is practically an all-in-one computer amalgamated with a gigantic Android tablet designed for the kitchen and family enjoyment on the side. Calling it both a kitchen hub and a family entertainment device, Alcatel will be launching the Xess in North America starting 22nd April for the price of $499.

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Xiaomi, Hasbro now crowdfunding a Transformer “tablet”

Xiaomi, Hasbro now crowdfunding a Transformer “tablet”

While Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi is renowned for its myriad of fast-selling smartphones, its tablet selection, in contrast, is dreadfully sparse. It has just revealed one such device in the works, but this tablet is definitely more than meets the eye. If that line and the title above wasn't yet a dead giveaway, will come clean immediately. Xiaomi is crowdfunding what does seem to be a perfectly normal tablet, except it isn't. Made together with acclaimed toy maker Hasbro, this slab actually morphs into a robot in the vein of the Transformers line of toys.

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HP’s Apple-baiting Spectre isn’t its only slick new laptop today

HP’s Apple-baiting Spectre isn’t its only slick new laptop today

All eyes may be on HP's new Spectre 13.3, dubbed the world's thinnest notebook, but if sacrificing touch and 4K are too big a compromise for you, fear not. The new ultraportable makes do with a non-touchscreen Full HD display - not to mention only USB-C ports for connectivity - in order to hit its 10.4mm thickness, but there are three other new HP models revealed today which balance their scales a little differently.

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Let’s Try the new Google Play app icons

Let’s Try the new Google Play app icons

This week the folks at Google have released a set of new icons for Google Play and the full collection of Google Play apps. Unfortunately you're going to have to wait to use them - unless you're crafty. As it were, we've gone ahead and separated these icons out ourselves, making them ready for you to use with whatever icon-changing system you happen to have on your Android device. Or on your desktop computer, if you like. Whatever you do so please. Here they are for you.

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iPad Pro 9.7 teardown says do NOT do this yourself

iPad Pro 9.7 teardown says do NOT do this yourself

The first thing you're going to want to know with a brand new iPad Pro 9.7-inch teardown is - should I tear mine down? Is it easy? Absolutely not. Over at iFixit they suggest that you'll have a "nail-biting 30-minute process of heating, blind prying, and suctioning" to make it begin to open. Don't do that. Leave it to the professionals. You're going to break it. We'd certainly break it, and not because we haven't tried tearing down electronics before.

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Lenovo leaked to have its first Android Yoga convertible

Lenovo leaked to have its first Android Yoga convertible

Lenovo has reserved the "Yoga" brand for its devices that flip and bend to accommodate three to four styles of use. However, its Yoga Android tablets are somewhat less remarkable in that regard, equipped only with a kickstand that rotates along the tubular edge of the slate. Soon, however, Lenovo might actually be launching an Android device truly worthy of the Yoga name. Called the Lenovo Yoga Book, this contraption isn't simply a tablet a true, 2-in-1, convertible laptop like most of the OEM's Windows-powered Yogas.

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Apple takes iPad Pros out to the ball game with MLB contract

Apple takes iPad Pros out to the ball game with MLB contract

While tech companies have little to do directly with sports, they have never missed a beat getting their brands or even their products into the field. From uniforms to team sponsorships to actual product placements, these companies are doing everything they can to capitalize on this billion dollar business. The latest to do so is Apple and it is making an odd but not totally unheard of partnership. Inking a multi-year deal with the MLB, Apple will be equipping every baseball team with iPad Pros to help them upgrade their gameplan and, consequently, upgrade their game as well.

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iOS issue causes links to crash, fix incoming

iOS issue causes links to crash, fix incoming

Apple will issue an update to the latest release of iOS as complaints from users suggest an issue with web links. Reports have appeared from users working with devices from the iPhone 5 all the way through the iPad Air 2. Other devices that appear to be affected are the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, and the iPad mini. Thus far it does not appear that either iPad Pro or iPhone SE has been affected as such.

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