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Alcatel 3T 8 budget Android tablet is made for families

Alcatel 3T 8 budget Android tablet is made for families

T-Mobile is home to the Alcatel 3T 8, a budget tablet designed for families, including young kids. Among other things, this 4G LTE tablet features a Kids Mode designed for young users in need of parental monitoring. The tablet will be offered exclusively through T-Mobile at the ultra-cheap price of $6 down and $6 per month.

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Panasonic Toughbook FZ-L1 is a durable tablet with Android and 4G

Panasonic Toughbook FZ-L1 is a durable tablet with Android and 4G

Panasonic has introduced a new Android tablet with a bland, arguably retro, design. Called the Toughbook FZ-L1, the new model sports a 7-inch display and a durable exterior, making it suitable for use in industries where the tablet is frequently at risk or by anyone prone to clumsiness. Both WiFi-only and 4G models will be available starting this fall season.

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iPad Pro may lead iPhone to USB-C

iPad Pro may lead iPhone to USB-C

The iPhone might be the last holdout when Apple continues to switch devices to USB-C this Fall. A reported set of predictions from Ming-Chi Kuo suggested the iPad Pro might well be delivered with the first USB-C port ever seen on an Apple mobile product. This would be a bit of a game-changer, as before now, Apple's always released mobile products with Lightning ports or their original 30-pin monster ports.

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Lenovo Tab E7 E8 E10 M10 P10: Tablets galore

Lenovo Tab E7 E8 E10 M10 P10: Tablets galore

Lenovo revealed a whole bunch of new Android tablets to fill the space left by almost every other manufacturer on the planet over the last couple of years. They've gone ahead and broken the floodgates, revealing not one, not two, but five new tablets all at once. Each of these tablets runs Android and they run anywhere from $70 to $130 dependent on their specifications.

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10 ways Android 9 Pie is a game-changer

10 ways Android 9 Pie is a game-changer

Android 9 Pie was released today by Google for all Android devices - with Pixel smartphones at the head of the line. Today we're exploring the software update with a list of 10 ways that it'll change the game. Each list item is part of a new vision for smartphones, one where Android is smarter and the end user is more secure. This vision includes new rules for developers, a more diverse set of controls for end users, and a few new tiny-but-fun features for everyone.

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Galaxy Tab S4 leaked in full: 256GB, DeX, S Pen

Galaxy Tab S4 leaked in full: 256GB, DeX, S Pen

Best Buy just leaked the entirety of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5 tablet in multiple forms. This new tablet rolls with a 10.5-inch display, as you might imagine, with a form that's not entirely unlike the S3. This time, though, we've got a bunch of accessories that've been upgraded along with the innards of the tablet, making this a whole new ballgame.

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iPhone and iPad unit sales plateau again in Apple Q3 2018

iPhone and iPad unit sales plateau again in Apple Q3 2018

In Apple's Q3 2018 earnings report, the company revealed that unit sales of both the iPad and the iPhone were almost identical to last year at this time. Sequentially, iPhone sales revenue and unit sales took a real dip - which is pretty standard for this time of year. Let's compare this quarter's hardware sales data to last year's at this time and see what we make of it.

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Inmates hacked prison tablets to steal $225,000 for apps and music

Inmates hacked prison tablets to steal $225,000 for apps and music

Company JPay offers special, small tablets designed specifically for corrections facilities. These tablets are intended to provide inmates with limited access to the outside world, including email and mobile games, but instead they were used to transfer large sums of money into various JPay accounts. The hackers were able to do this by exploiting a vulnerability with the tablets.

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Keep your old phone and buy a new tablet

Keep your old phone and buy a new tablet

I need to get this message out to the world because it's apparent there's a bit of a break between sense and common sense going on right this minute. Over the past few weeks, I've witnessed a trend. People keep buying new smartphones when what they really want, what they don't realize they'd be better off with, is a brand new tablet - or even a used tablet, for crying out loud. Let's talk about why.

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Galaxy Tab S4 leaked specs paint a nearly complete picture

Galaxy Tab S4 leaked specs paint a nearly complete picture

The Galaxy Tab S4 has been the subject of a handful of leaks over the past fews month, but it's been largely overshadowed by talk of the Galaxy Note 9. Today, the rumored tablet is forcing its way back into the spotlight. That's thanks to a freshly-leaked list of specifications that leave little to the imagination when it comes to the Galaxy Tab S4.

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iPad Pro as laptop: Apple’s new ads show tablet benefits

iPad Pro as laptop: Apple’s new ads show tablet benefits

The iPad is better than ever thanks to the changes brought in iOS 11 joined by the Apple Pencil and smart keyboard. Though it's not anywhere close to replacing the MacBook for those who need a laptop, it is a great substitution for many casual users and comes with many benefits over a notebook. Apple has highlighted those various uses and benefits in a new series of advertisements.

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Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet (3rd-gen)

Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet (3rd-gen)

Looking for something like the X1 Carbon ultrabook but in tablet form? That's where Lenovo's slim ThinkPad X1 Tablet comes in. The model is now in its third generation, bringing the same ThinkPad aesthetic of past models in refreshed form. There was a lot to like about the second-generation model; despite that, the latest installment in the series beats it, adding improvements and enhancements that make this tablet a great choice for anyone.

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