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New Nook on the way from Barnes & Noble, possibly with Google Play support

New Nook on the way from Barnes & Noble, possibly with Google Play support

It's been some time since we've heard about a new Nook e-reader device. That's because book retailer Barnes & Noble stopped making the tablet directly, instead licensing the brand to other manufacturers, such as Samsung. It appears that Barnes & Noble is going to take another stab at it, however, as an FCC listing has recently been discovered for the new Nook Tablet 7.

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Amazon Fire tablets get Alexa with latest update

Amazon Fire tablets get Alexa with latest update

Amazon is rolling out Alexa voice services on Fire tablets via a new software update. The update is making its way to last year’s Fire HD 8, Fire HD 10, and regular Fire tablets, as well as this year’s Fire HD 8 offering. Once it makes its way to your own Fire tablet, you'll be able to use Alexa by pressing the on-screen home button. There's also support for linking your Echo and tablet together.

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Duet Display Pro turns the iPad Pro into a Wacom Cintiq

Duet Display Pro turns the iPad Pro into a Wacom Cintiq

The iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil shook the tablet world, demonstrating that things that can be created digitally using a rather unassuming accessory. But while the Pencil might be precise and accurate, the iPad Pro itself sometimes becomes the bottleneck, especially for illustrators and artists who need more muscle than the mobile device can provide. Such creators usually go to their Macs or PCs to do “real work”, usually with a Wacom drawing tablet. With Duet’s new Duet Pro subscription, you can have all that without burning a hole through your pocket to buy a Wacom Cintiq.

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Galaxy Tab A 10.1 keeps Note alive with S Pen

Galaxy Tab A 10.1 keeps Note alive with S Pen

Samsung has revealed the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 with an S Pen aboard, chopping down rumors that the Note 7 killed the stylus. That would be completely absurd, of course, as Samsung has also been rumored to release a Note 8 next year. One recall wont kill the beast, of that you can be certain. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 will feature a 10.1-inch TFT LCD with 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution and an Exynos 7870 processor inside.

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Android 7.1 dev preview download released for Nexus 6P, 5X, Pixel C

Android 7.1 dev preview download released for Nexus 6P, 5X, Pixel C

With the Google Pixel out the door, Android 7.1 is, at least officially, already launched. Of course, it might not really count considering there’s only one, technically two, device that supports it. To get the ball rolling for other devices, Google has released the developer preview of Android 7.1 for at least three devices: the Nexus 6P, the Nexus 5X, and the Pixel C tablet. While also a way for the curious to test out the waters, the dev preview is also meant to give developers a head start to test or update their apps to the latest and greatest version.

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Joy photo album brings Harry Potter “moving pictures” to reality

Joy photo album brings Harry Potter “moving pictures” to reality

While many of us take photos with our smartphones, or even tablets at times, we don’t always want them to remain there. We want the bigger picture to share or show off. Smartphones aren’t exactly large enough and tablets aren’t really meant to be left on a shelf. That is why startup Joy has created its eponymous “interactive photo album” that lets you bring your photos to a room or table and make them stay there.

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Huawei Honor Pad 2 tablet, Watch S1 smartwatch break cover

Huawei Honor Pad 2 tablet, Watch S1 smartwatch break cover

Huawei may already have a lot of devices beyond smartphones, but its sub-brand honor hasn’t ventured outside as much. That changes today as the company launches two new devices that aren’t phones. The Honor Pad 2, as the number implies, follows up on Honor’s previous slate, while the Honor Watch S1 dives head first into full smartwatch territory. And, in typical Honor fashion, these devices will be offered with dirt cheap prices, though which markets outside of China will get it remains an open question.

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition arrives in luxe form with more power

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition arrives in luxe form with more power

Samsung has launched the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition, a luxurious rendition of its TabPro tablet with a premium golden look. This tablet is part of Samsung’s two-in-one tablet lineup, sports Windows 10, and is targeted at users who need a slate that can get down to work. The product is offered as part of a bundle with an equally beautiful full-sized keyboard.

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Nokia D1C might be an Android tablet after all

Nokia D1C might be an Android tablet after all

If you’ve been waiting for a new Nokia Android smartphone, whether out of loyalty or out of curiosity, you might have to wait a bit longer. The Nokia D1C, believed to be the company’s first smartphone after selling its mobile business to Microsoft, might not actually be a smartphone. According to a Geekbench entry, it is going to be a rather large 13.8-inch Android 7.0 tablet instead. And while it confirms specs we’ve heard of so far, this combination actually makes even less sense.

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ASUS Transform Mini 2-in-1 goes up for pre-order

ASUS Transform Mini 2-in-1 goes up for pre-order

The unexpected success of Microsoft’s Surface tablets inspired OEMs to give the nascent 2-in-1 form factor their own spin. But some manufacturers aren’t too shy about being inspired by the same design as well. The ASUS Transformer Mini, formally the Transformer Book T102HA, unabashedly looks like a Microsoft Surface, close enough to a non-Pro Surface 3. But ASUS’ Windows 10 tablet, which is now available for pre-order, has a few things over Microsoft’s flagship tablets. It is, on paper, lighter, not to mention a whole lot cheaper too.

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ASUS ZenPad Z10 with LTE launches as Verizon exclusive

ASUS ZenPad Z10 with LTE launches as Verizon exclusive

Verizon has announced the launch of the ASUS ZenPad Z10, a tablet exclusively available through the carrier. All things considered, the slate is impressive, boasting a metal unibody, 2k-resolution display, and support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network. The ZenPad Z10 won’t be available to buy in physical Verizon stores until October 13, but you can order one now from the carrier’s website if you’re so inclined.

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Wacom MobileStudio Pro Windows 10 tablets have 3D cameras

Wacom MobileStudio Pro Windows 10 tablets have 3D cameras

The launch of the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil ignited a debate in the graphics community: has Wacom lost its luster? Trying to make up for lost time, fame, and probably customers, Wacom has launched a new series of Windows 10 tablets that put artists and creatives at the very center. Like Wacom’s other Windows tablets, the new MobileStudio Pro line combines display, computing power, and stylus in one large slab. But unlike those older models, some of the newer tablets are not only “3D Ready”, some even have 3D cameras.

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