Sprint has just announced that the LG G Pad F 7.0 will be available on the Sprint network beginning March 13th. It will be offered up for free to any current Sprint customers willing to sign a two-year contract with the device.
The release of Windows 10 for mobile has made some RT users worried. Would they be left behind? Will they be updated to the new OS, or perhaps something in between?
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen a full-sized tablet from Sony, but perhaps the company has plans to unveil a new one sometime soon. In a new leak from the official Xperia Lounge... application, Sony outed their new Xperia Z4 Tablet, but only for a brief moment. We don’t know much about the tablet from the screenshots taken of the page, but we do know it will come with a 2K...
A followup to the original high-end Chromebook Pixel is said to be in the works and coming “soon”, at least according to Google’s Renee Nieme.
Microsoft has just released their first beta version of the OneDrive Android app, which brings a nice Material Design refresh.
A new leak claims to have more definitive specs for the pair of Galaxy Tab S devices Samsung is planning to launch later this year. Interesting indeed.
Inbox is still technically in beta, but Google is now expanding its availability to more users by opening up access and extending compatibility to Android tablets and iPads.
Google has heard your requests, they have officially launched a dedicated Google Play Music app for iPad. Update includes Material Design and iPhone app update as well.
Dell has just announced two new education-oriented devices: a new version of their popular Chromebook 11, as well as an Android-powered tablet called the Dell Venue 10.
The tablet market experienced poor sales performance in Q4 of 2014, is it too early to claim that the tablet market is in trouble? What went wrong, what is going right?