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Huawei MediaPad X1 may be the Android tablet to beat

Huawei MediaPad X1 may be the Android tablet to beat

Huawei has revealed its latest tablet, the MediaPad X1, billed as the lightest and slimmest Android slate around, to the point where the Chinese company hopes you'll hold it to your ear to make calls. Announced at MWC 2014 today, the MediaPad X1 raises the Android tablet stakes with its full aluminum chassis measuring 7.18mm thick and tipping the scales at 239g, despite being fronted by a 7-inch 1920 x 1200 LTPS touchscreen.

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NVIDIA Tegra NOTE 7 LTE adds 4G to stylus-slate

NVIDIA Tegra NOTE 7 LTE adds 4G to stylus-slate

NVIDIA has added LTE to its Tegra NOTE 7 tablet, with the Tegra NOTE 7 LTE set to take the previously WiFi-only Android slate online from Q2, while also broadening availability across several new companies. The Tegra NOTE 7 LTE will come in two different LTE forms - for the US or for Europe - as well as outfitted with HSPA+ 3G for regions without 4G service, and be priced at $299.

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Google I/O 2014 sign-up to be random: June 25-26th in SF

Google I/O 2014 sign-up to be random: June 25-26th in SF

It’s just 126 days until Google I/O 2014, the company’s annual developers conference that’ll once again be taking place at Moscone West (aka the Moscone Center) in San Francisco, California. This event will be largely the same as in past years with a similar setup and subject matter - as far as we know - while the sign-up process will be entirely different.

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T-Mobile JUMP drops upgrade limit but adds minimum pay-off

T-Mobile JUMP drops upgrade limit but adds minimum pay-off

T-Mobile has updated its JUMP early-upgrade program to remove the minimum waiting period before customers can get a new phone, but you may end up paying more than before thanks to a tweak to the small print. JUMP, announced back in 2013, previously permitted an upgrade every six months in return for a $10 per month fee (which also includes insurance); now, T-Mobile has dropped that six month minimum, but expects subscribers to also pay off at least half the cost of their phone in the process.

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iPad 2 said to be discontinued: non-Retina nearly gone

iPad 2 said to be discontinued: non-Retina nearly gone

Apple's second-generation iPad (and the last to sport a number) appears to be ramping down this season. After almost three years of being sported and sold by Apple, the company has apparently seen the sales of the iPad 2 go down to a point where they're ready to retire it. At the moment this iPad is the second least-costly iPad available at Apple, beaten only by the 16GB Wi-fi iPad mini (without Retina display).

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets: leaks spill the beans

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets: leaks spill the beans

According to a collection of documents shared this afternoon relatively anonymously, the Samsung tablet division is readying three new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 devices for Mobile World Congress 2014. These devices will each be incrementally better than their predecessors, coming up with cameras and processing power roughly on-par with the Samsung Galaxy S III for each iteration - roughly. These devices will also each be released with Android 4.4 KitKat.

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