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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 confirmed, discouraging hints

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 confirmed, discouraging hints

Samsung, at least its Colombian office, has confirmed the existence of the Galaxy Tab S3, the company's flagship line for Android tablets. It has also confirmed that it is debuting in September, which, for all intents and purposes, practically means at IFA 2016 in a few weeks' time. And while the mini announcement reveals no details, reading between the lines, it might not make a bigger splash than the Gear S3 smartwatch also expected to be announced there. And that might be pretty damning for a tablet.

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Google Fuchsia dev team: Android, Palm, WebOS, Native Client, iOS

Google Fuchsia dev team: Android, Palm, WebOS, Native Client, iOS

Today we're having a look at the software team responsible for Google Fuchsia, a new operating system from Google. The initial commit file for this set of codes was made "6 weeks ago" by developer Petr Hosek. That first commit reads as follows: "Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new Operating System)". That's it! This operating system's code and its developers have a wide variety of connections to operating systems you may have had some experience with in the past - everything from iOS to the software run by the original Sidekick phone.

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10.5″ iPad Pro in 2017, with flexible AMOLED in 2018, says Kuo

10.5″ iPad Pro in 2017, with flexible AMOLED in 2018, says Kuo

Despite the iPad Pro line, specially the 12.9-inch model, somewhat reinvigorating the iPad market, Apple's tablets suffer the same malady as the rest of the tablet industry, with declining sales and even faster declining interests. Which is why Apple's future iPads continue to be the subject of speculation or wishful thinking. And even the renowned Ming-Chi Kuo is not immune to that. According to the analyst, Apple is set to unveil iPads that will break the mold, including a 10.5-inch model next year and one with a flexible AMOLED screen in two years' time.

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Lenovo, Moto IFA 2016 teaser: different for the sake of better

Lenovo, Moto IFA 2016 teaser: different for the sake of better

In less than a month's time, the tech world will once again be gawking at and drooling over products, gizmos, and whatnots at IFA 2016 in Berlin. It remains to be seen if Samsung still has a few aces prepared after it already unveiled its Galaxy Note 7. LG is definitely building up the hype around the LG V20. Not to be outdone, Lenovo is now also formally giving the public a tease at the latest innovations it has in store for the showroom floor. Including, of course, new Moto Mods for its very young Moto Z line.

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HP Elite X3 smartphone orders available directly from HP

HP Elite X3 smartphone orders available directly from HP

Almost exactly a month ago we knew that HP was getting set to officially launch the Windows 10 flagship smartphone called the Elite X3 because it finally began talking about the smartphone officially. Last week pre-orders kicked off for the device via Microsoft's online store in the UK. This week pre-orders are underway for the Elite X3 directly from HP. HP is promising that the device will land at your door within 5-10 business days.

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HP gives fanless Stream notebooks a sub-$250 refresh

HP gives fanless Stream notebooks a sub-$250 refresh

HP has outed a fresh batch of its Stream notebooks, targeting back-to-school shoppers and bargain hunters with sub-$250 budgets. The new HP Stream 11 will be one of the cheapest notebooks in the company's 2016 line-up, with a $199 sticker when it hits shelves on August 24. That gets you an 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 display and Intel Celeron N3060 dual-core processor.

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iPad Pro 12.9 inch now included in Apple’s refurbished list

iPad Pro 12.9 inch now included in Apple’s refurbished list

If you've ever wanted to get your hands on one of 'em fancy iPad Pros, especially the bigger one, but didn't really have the heart to part ways with most of your hard-earned cash, now you have a chance to reconsider. Apple has just added the 12.9-inch iPad Pro to its selection of "Certified Refurbished" products, some with a discount as big as $160. This does make the iPad Pro a lot more palatable in terms of price, though it comes with your usual disclaimers of an already used, but in good condition, device.

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Skiplagged Pokemon tracker leads pack of GO update map tools

Skiplagged Pokemon tracker leads pack of GO update map tools

Today we're taking a look at the latest batch of Pokemon GO tools for modifying the game experience intended by Niantic. To be clear, we do not endorse the use of any of these tools, we're reporting the facts in the evolving phenomenon that is Pokemon GO. We'll be getting more into the ethics of Pokemon GO journalism later - for now, let's have a peek at what Skiplagged's tools are all about - and have a peek at a few more tools for mapping and organizing Pokemon GO assets as well.

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The Android PC – Revisiting mobile productivity

The Android PC – Revisiting mobile productivity

Last week we took the iPad Pro again for a spin, trying to verify, or refute, Apple's claims about the tablet being the ultimate PC replacement. And just in time, the company just released a video ad just few days ago that tries to make the same point again. But iOS is hardly the only game in town, especially on mobile. And while Google hasn't exactly made a similar claim for Android, others have spoken for it instead. But before go off on another crazy adventure, we first have to look at the few, of course unofficial, attempts at making Android the ultimate PC replacement, as far as OS is concerned at least. Yes, this is the so-called "Android PC".

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iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets Arabic, Italian, British English layouts

iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets Arabic, Italian, British English layouts

Unless you've been exposed to other cultures and languages, you might presume that keyboards, be they for typewriters or computers, are a one size fits all kind of thing when it comes to the arrangement and characters on them. You might be surprised at the sometimes subtle variations in existence. Most keyboards, especially for mobile devices, sadly fail to take those into account. Apple, however, is quite keen on appealing to as many countries as possible, which is why it is now putting out Arabic, Italian, and British English layouts for its Smart Keyboards for the iPad Pro tablets of both sizes.

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Remix OS brings multi-tasking Marshmallow to Nexus 9, Pixel C

Remix OS brings multi-tasking Marshmallow to Nexus 9, Pixel C

If you were greatly disappointed with how the Pixel C turned out software-wise, now you might have the chance to reconsider your evaluation. That is, if you're willing to ditch the stock Android experience. Jide has just announced that it is officially making available its multi-windowed Remix OS to Google's Pixel C 2-in-1 as well as the Nexus 9. And it won't simply be some Remix OS version either, but one that is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow from the get go.

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Logi Create for iPad Pro 9.7 is a backlit keyboard case

Logi Create for iPad Pro 9.7 is a backlit keyboard case

Logitech has released a new accessory for the iPad Pro 9.7 users out there called the Logi Create. The device is a keyboard case and the keyboard has backlight so you can type and use it in a dark environment without issues. The keyboard is designed to work with the Apple Smart Connector.

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