Tablets

New iPad Air and iPad eighth-gen offer major tablet upgrades

New iPad Air and iPad eighth-gen offer major tablet upgrades

Apple has revealed a new, eight-generation iPad, the entry into its tablet range, and a new, completely-redesigned iPad Air, just in time for iPadOS 14. The new iPad tablet range will start at $329 for general buyers, while the new iPad Air borrows iPad Pro styling and features a new power button with a built-in Touch ID sensor.

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Amazon Kids is the new FreeTime, includes new features

Amazon Kids is the new FreeTime, includes new features

Amazon has always made versions of its Android-powered Fire tablets that are designed for younger users that came with a service that gave parents some control over those devices. Amazon's branding, which revolved around the name "FreeTime", hasn't always been on point and could easily be mistaken for some other feature. Starting today, Amazon FreeTime is being called Amazon Kids and it is getting a few more features to make that rebranding worthwhile.

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The first Surface Duo reviews are in, and Microsoft probably won’t be celebrating

The first Surface Duo reviews are in, and Microsoft probably won’t be celebrating

The first Surface Duo reviews are out, but if you're not in the mood to read tens of thousands of words or watch a few hours of video, four words about wrap the consensus up: don't buy it - yet. Microsoft's dual-screen Android foldable beguiled with its super-slim design and the promise of a Courier-like dual window future of computing. Unfortunately, that future isn't quite ready for today.

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Surface Neo is still coming as Microsoft plans other dual-screen sizes

Surface Neo is still coming as Microsoft plans other dual-screen sizes

The Surface Duo just went on sale and immediately went out of stock for a brief moment. The Android-based phone, however, wasn't the only dual-screen device Microsoft had planned to launch this year but it will be the only one that actually sees the light of day. Much to fans' disappointment, the Windows-based Surface Neo was put on hold, some saying indefinitely even. Microsoft's Panos Panay now sets the record straight that the device is only delayed and even teases that more might be in the works, too.

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TCL 10 TabMax, TabMid tablets, Move Time watch, NTXPAPER display debut

TCL 10 TabMax, TabMid tablets, Move Time watch, NTXPAPER display debut

It may not be the grand in-person event it has been for decades, but for some companies, IFA week is still an opportune time to flood the world with tech-related news and product announcements. Case in point was the torrent of new Intel-powered computers announced yesterday, including a few flaunting the new Intel Evo mobile-friendly branding. Now TCL is making its own small flood with a bevy of new products, such as two new tablets, a smartwatch, and, curiously, a new kind of e-paper display.

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With Galaxy A42 5G and Tab A7 Samsung saved its most important reveals for last

With Galaxy A42 5G and Tab A7 Samsung saved its most important reveals for last

It's been a busy fall for Samsung so far. Not only did we have the reveal of the Galaxy Note 20 in August, but earlier this week, the company fully detailed the Galaxy Z Fold 2 as well. Today, the company hosted a Life Unstoppable event to announce a bunch of additional products, and two standouts are the Galaxy A42 5G and the Galaxy Tab A7.

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Galaxy Tab S7 pre-order details finally available

Galaxy Tab S7 pre-order details finally available

It's definitely Samsung's day today but it isn't just because it finally announced the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Although they were already revealed last month, it's only now that Samsung is making public the details for its Galaxy Tab S7 slates. They are, unsurprisingly, one of the most expensive Android tablets you'll see in the market, especially when you consider that it practically needs the keyboard case, which is also probably why you'll want to take advantage of the pre-order deal it has to offer.

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Google Kids Space secures tablets for young users

Google Kids Space secures tablets for young users

Navigating tablets for kids is a confusing enterprise at the moment. Hardware companies wanted parents to believe that their kids would use a "child tablet" with bumpers and a low-resolution display - they've been selling this goofy idea for years. But kids know the difference between a piece of "baby" tech and your thousand-dollar piece of highest-end smart device. That's why Google's releasing "Google Kids Space."

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Lenovo Tab P11 Pro gives iPad Pro an affordable rival

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro gives iPad Pro an affordable rival

There's a new tablet in town to take on Apple's iPad Pro and Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7+, and the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro combines some of the best features from both. Fronted with an 11.5-inch 2K OLED screen, with HDR10 and Dolby Vision support, it's just 7.7 mm deep at its thickest point and runs Android, and will start at under $500.

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10.8-inch iPad leaked with iPad Pro features

10.8-inch iPad leaked with iPad Pro features

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ were clearly attempts at grabbing back a huge chunk of the tablet market pie but it won't be long before Apple tries to bite back. Cupertino is expected to announce a few new slates, perhaps across its entire iPad line, but details about the upcoming tablets aren't as solid as those for the iPhone 12. In fact, some seem to be conflicting with each other at this point, like these details about a cheaper iPad with expensive features.

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iPad Air 4 might break tradition in many surprising ways

iPad Air 4 might break tradition in many surprising ways

The iPad Air has always had a special but confusing place in Apple's tablet portfolio. Initially touted as a successor to the mainline iPad 4, the iPad Air became its own thing before being discontinued in favor of the first iPad Pro. It resurfaced last year with a new lease in life but still with an uncertain position in the grand scheme of things. Now Apple's thinnest and lightest iPad might once again spark the public's interest but once again blur the lines between Apple's iPad lines.

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iPadOS 14 Siri will finally let you use apps running behind it

iPadOS 14 Siri will finally let you use apps running behind it

iPadOS 14 brings a lot of big changes to Apple's biggest mobile device but it also has one change that ironically takes a small form. In the next version of iPadOS, actually also in iOS 14, Siri will no longer take up all of your screen when you use it. Unfortunately, previous beta builds made that advantage pointless since you can't use the rest of the screen anyway but it seems that Apple has finally fixed that in iPadOS 14 Beta 5.

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