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Coolpad Defiant budget phone arrives at T-Mobile next week

Coolpad Defiant budget phone arrives at T-Mobile next week

Company Coolpad Technologies has introduced its latest smartphone, the Coolpad Defiant. This model will be available in the United States through T-Mobile, serving as an inexpensive entry-level device for those who don't need much. The company describes this as a 'significant milestone' for itself, one that builds upon the two previous models it launched in the US through T-Mobile.

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Android versus iOS 11: what Google needs to do

Android versus iOS 11: what Google needs to do

Although the upcoming iOS 11 naturally has something for both iPhones and iPads, Apple made it quite clear that this release is special for its tablets. In fact, it even called it the biggest iOS release for the iPad in the history of iOS releases for iPads. Given the new features, iOS 11 on the iPad Pro was immediately compared with the Microsoft Surface Pro and its cousins. Curiously, there has been very little comparisons made with Android. Ironically, Android is in better shape to take on Apple’s new tablet champion, but it definitely needs some work to widen its lead. Here’s some of the things Google can do to make that happen. Call this a wish list for Android P.

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iPad Pro with iOS 11 isn’t enough to compete with the Surface Pro

iPad Pro with iOS 11 isn’t enough to compete with the Surface Pro

As someone who has uncharacteristically fallen in love with his 9.7-inch iPad Pro, the revelation of iOS 11’s features was like an answer to long-held wishes. An expanded dock, a file manager, drag and drop. These do make the iPad Pro an even more convincing PC, or at least laptop, replacement. But as someone who also owns a well-aged Surface Pro 3, the iPad Pro is still a few leagues away from toppling the Surface Pro and its kin. Because unless Apple makes very drastic changes, the iPad, even with iOS 11, is still pretty much a gigantic iPhone.

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iPad Pro 10.5-inch hands-on: iOS 11’s big cheerleader

iPad Pro 10.5-inch hands-on: iOS 11’s big cheerleader

"In every generation there is a chosen one," and in the case of iOS 11 it's the new iPad Pro 10.5-inch that is the unofficial cheerleader for Apple's big new mobile update. Both revealed at WWDC 2017 today, the new iPad Pro and the new iOS version go hand-in-hand. Indeed, Apple pointed out, iOS 11 will be the biggest iOS update for iPad ever.

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iPad Pro 2017 release date, pricing, and details

iPad Pro 2017 release date, pricing, and details

Apple has taken the wraps off its new 10.5" iPad Pro, a more powerful version of its professional-tier iOS slates for those who need the best performance with no exception. There's a lot to like about this new slate, not the least of which is its 10.5-inch Retina display. Unlike past models, Apple has also managed to work in a 120Hz refresh rate, something that will give users a smoother, more responsive experience.

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Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite arrives in 10, 8 inch sizes

Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite arrives in 10, 8 inch sizes

While many Android manufacturers seem to have lost interest in tablets, the device category still has a few supporters, like Samsung, ASUS, and now Huawei. The Chinese OEM has just unveiled its new MediaPad M3 Lite, in 10-inch and 8-inch models, that brings the latest and greatest of Android to the masses. And like its non-Lite namesake from last year, the Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite summons the power of Harman Kardon to give it some added credibility.

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North Korea unveils ‘iPad’ tablet, brags about having 40+ apps

North Korea unveils ‘iPad’ tablet, brags about having 40+ apps

North Korea has produced another tablet for its unfortunate citizens, one it calls the 'iPad.' Obviously not being an Apple device or anything like it, the tablet runs an unknown operating system and features bland, low-end specs, though compared to other limited offerings in the nation, it may be one of the more desirable consumer computing products. Apple hasn't commented on the illicit use of its brand.

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ASUS has three new ZenPads sitting quietly at Computex 2017

ASUS has three new ZenPads sitting quietly at Computex 2017

A lot of the Computex 2017 spotlight has been lavished upon super thin notebooks and convertibles, including not so super but still thin gaming notebooks. In that context, it's not surprising but probably still disappointing for Android fans that ASUS didn't even spend a second or two on stage to say it actually had some new Android tablets. If not for keen-eyed attendees, the world would have probably not known that there are also three new ASUS ZenPad Android tablets that could hit the market soon as well.

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The Best Windows 10 2-in-1 Tablets of 2017 so far

The Best Windows 10 2-in-1 Tablets of 2017 so far

Last week in Shanghai, away from the very scrutinizing eyes of Western media, Microsoft unveiled the New Surface Pro, a.k.a. not the Surface Pro 5. Reception has been mixed, ranging from "this should have been called the Surface Pro 5" to "meh". Fortunately, Microsoft's "tablet that can replace your laptop" is no longer the only game in town. In fact, there's quite a few of them right now. We take a long at some of the most recent and most enticing 2-in-1 options so far this year to see which one might be the best for your mobile Windows 10 needs.

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Surface Pro 4 vs Surface Pro: Is it worth the upgrade?

Surface Pro 4 vs Surface Pro: Is it worth the upgrade?

We've been waiting about a year and a half for a new Surface Pro, and a couple of days back, Microsoft finally revealed it. Unlike the others, this isn't a numbered entry in the line up, with Microsoft simply referring to it as the Surface Pro. Looking at side-by-side lists of specifications, the new Surface Pro and the Surface Pro 4 seem to be quite similar, so are there enough differences between the two to warrant an upgrade?

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Acer announces Nitro 5 notebook, Spin 1 convertible, Iconia tablets

Acer announces Nitro 5 notebook, Spin 1 convertible, Iconia tablets

Computex won't be taking place until the end of May but Acer wants to get a head start from the flood of announcements that might come. The manufacturer has just announced four new devices that caters to different types of users and different needs. The Acer Nitro 5 is designed for "casual gamers" while the Acer Spin 1 offers a lightweight convertible for workers on the go. The Acer Iconia Tab 10 bills itself as the entertainment tablet with its Quantum Dot screen while the Iconia One 10 is made for serious business with its two micro USB ports.

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Missed the big Surface Pro reveal? Now you can re-live it

Missed the big Surface Pro reveal? Now you can re-live it

Microsoft's big Surface Pro announcement this week saw the long-anticipated update of its tablet, but you'd be forgiven for missing the whole thing. The decision to hold the event in China meant that you'd have needed to get up pretty early in order to watch the livestream from North America. That's a shame, as Microsoft devices chief Panos Panay spared no enthusiasm around why the Surface Pro should be in your bag.

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