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Surface 2 LTE utilizes NVIDIA i500 modem

Surface 2 LTE utilizes NVIDIA i500 modem

Yesterday a new version of Microsoft's slate was announced, the Surface 2 LTE. Adding to the details that were provided is an announcement today from NVIDIA that its i500 LTE modem will be utilized in the LTE version of the Microsoft slate, giving the tablet both a Tegra 4 processor and the fifth-gen version of the maker's i500 modem.

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Surface Power Cover arrives for pre-order

Surface Power Cover arrives for pre-order

In September 2013, we got our hands on some new accessories Microsoft introduced for its second-generation Surface slates, among them being the battery-toting Power Cover, promising to extend one's Surface run time by 50-percent or more.

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Google tipped as delaying ASUS TD300 hybrid launch

Google tipped as delaying ASUS TD300 hybrid launch

ASUS introduced its Transformer Book Duet TD300 during CES 2014 this year, revealing a hybrid laptop/tablet device that offers both full Windows and Android experiences, allowing users to toggle between the two systems. According to sources that have surfaced, Google has potentially delayed the launch of this device due to an unfavorable view of its dual-system functionality.

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MWC 2014 Lenovo round-up

MWC 2014 Lenovo round-up

Handset and tablet makers rolled out their wares during Mobile World Congress 2014, and we got our hands on quite a number of gadgets, not the least of which is Lenovo's latest tablet and smartphones. In case you missed our on-the-floor coverage this past week, we've rounded up what Lenovo was up to.

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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ arrives with Full HD display

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ arrives with Full HD display

Lenovo has announced its latest Yoga offering, the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, a three-mode device that builds upon the maker's original Yoga Tablet foundation. With this latest model comes the familiar three-mode structure, with the addition of spec'd-up hardware and five of Lenovo's DOit apps.

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HP ProPad 600 G1 slate brings Windows 8.1 and Atom processor

HP ProPad 600 G1 slate brings Windows 8.1 and Atom processor

On the cusp of Mobile World Congress 2014, HP has introduced two new business tablets, the first of which is the HP ProPad 600 G1. With this slate comes fairly robust hardware and Windows 8.1/Pro, which runs on the device's 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core processor.

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HP ElitePad 1000 G2 64-bit business tablet arrives next month

HP ElitePad 1000 G2 64-bit business tablet arrives next month

In addition to the ProPad 600 introduced today, HP has rolled out the red carpet for its 'total business solution' slate, the HP ElitePad 1000 G2. With the ElitePad 1000 comes a svelte design at 9.2mm thin and 1.5lbs, as well as Windows 8.1 Pro and options for enterprise users.

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Office for iPad to arrive by summer, says sources

Office for iPad to arrive by summer, says sources

Microsoft Office for iPad has been teased for a while now, with news concerning it arising in various bits and leaks over the course of many months. The latest among them is word from various sources that Microsoft plans to roll out its productivity software in the first half of this year, a jump from the previously-projected Fall timeline.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab for Education tablet to launch this April

Samsung Galaxy Tab for Education tablet to launch this April

Samsung has announced an upcoming Galaxy Tab designed specifically for educational purposes, which will launch in time for the next academic school year and will bring with it integration with Google Play for Education. There's no word yet on pricing or a specific launch date, but Samsung says the tablet will be available to channel partners in April.

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Changers offers redeemable credits for charging gadgets via solar power

Changers offers redeemable credits for charging gadgets via solar power

The market has no lack of solar chargers for small gadgets, such as smartphones and tablets, but they often take longer than a wall charger and are less convenient, needing full sunlight in most cases. Such negatives aren't much incentive for gadget owners to go green, but the startup Changers hopes to change that. Those who use the company's solar charger will earn credits that can be redeemed for goods.

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Firefox OS tablet specs detailed, offers quad-core processor

Firefox OS tablet specs detailed, offers quad-core processor

The first tablet running Mozilla's Firefox OS has had its specifications dropped by the company's Asa Dotzler over on his blog. Among them we get a look at the tablet itself running a Firefox OS build, and though there's still no word on when the tablet will hit shelves or what price range it'll be targeting, it seems things are shaping up nicely.

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Banking mobile apps largely vulnerable, reveals IOActive study

Banking mobile apps largely vulnerable, reveals IOActive study

Personal banking apps make managing a checking or savings account easy, eschewing the need for a laptop or firing up a browser. Whether they keep your personal data secure is another matter, however, one that IOActive Labs Research says needs more attention. In a recent study, the research group looked into forty different so-called home banking apps from what it says are the world's top 60 most influential banks, none of which were specified by name.

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