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February 9, 2015

Onda V919 3G Air review

Review of the 9.7 inch, Intel based, Onda V919 3G Air. Unlike other tablets, this device dual-boots into both Android and Windows 8.1. Check out our full review!
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August 30, 2013

UltraStick has potential as 3G add-on to WiFi tablets

But Huawei has a different idea with its UltraStick, a tiny 3G module that device makers can easily add to existing WiFi tablets without completely redesigning the hardware.

It’s not clear when UltraStick’s might be available in the U.S. or if it will remain strictly an option for device makers or, eventually, an accessory consumers could purchase to upgrade a WiFi tablet to cellular. 

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August 8, 2013

Archos plans Android tablet blitz at IFA

The device maker looks set to unveil 5 new Android tablets and seven smartphones at the annual IFA conference early next month.

There are few details available at this point other than the tablets are expected to be designed around such themes as gaming, education, and connected television and some of the high end models will include 3G connectivity.

IFA 2013 runs from September 6-11 in Germany.

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July 16, 2013

Wow — Russian company to spend $4 million on retooled iPad for CEO

According to Russia Today, the company has announced a tender for creating the tablet, which will be iOS-powered, 3G and will be connected to Gazprom’s data storage. The firm also hopes that the slate will open applications within five seconds and aims to have the device running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 The eventual aim is for the device to end up as some kind of digital think tank, so that Miller can use it to keep up-to-date on all on-goings at the firm.

However, with Gazprom still to find both developers to work on customized iOS apps and a contractor to build the tablet – which according to the report will “probably be a very advanced [...]

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July 8, 2013

Apple makes some popular apps free to celebrate App Store’s 5th anniversary

The promotion includes game titles such as Infinity Blade II, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, Badland, Tiny Wings and Where’s my water? as well as some relatively pricier apps, such as Traktor DJ ($19.99) for the iPhone or iPad that are also now available as a free download.

Apple's first App Store, pre-iPad, launched in 2008 along with the iPhone 3G, the second generation of the iPhone.

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June 4, 2013

Australian state deploys 14,000 Windows 8 tablets to local students

Local newspaper The Australian writes that 11,327 Iconia W701 tablets will be given to year nine students, with another 2,665 to be handed out to other high-school students in the area.

Each tablet comes with a four-year warranty and 3G mobile broadband. Educators said that the latter was particularly vital as they are insistent on students being able to access all learning resources at all times.

QDETE chief information officer David O’Hagan has valued the deal at $12.9 million. The contract has been funded in-part by a government initiative (the National Secondary School Computer Fund) which is aiming to increase the number of computers in schools.

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November 2, 2012

Yes, the iPad mini is drawing big crowds, NYC Apple Store sells out

With today the first day the long-awaited iPad mini goes on sale, there are scattered reports that Apple Stores and other resellers are not attracting the same kind of long lines that new iDevices in the past have, such as last month’s iPhone 5.

But Fortune’s Philip Elmer-Dewitt says he estimates a headcount of 550 waiting in line before 8 a.m. for the opening of Apple’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue.

“According to the records Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster has been keeping since 2008 that's more customers than turned out for the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4S,” says Elmer-Dewitt.

“And by 9:56 a.m. — four [...]

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October 8, 2012

Rumor: 10 million iPad Minis to be made in Q4

This claim comes from The Wall Street Journal, which earlier in the month revealed how the same component suppliers have already started producing Apple’s 7.85-inch tablet.

The tablet, to date going by the name of the iPad Mini, is believed to have an A6 processor, 8 or 16GB of memory and run Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 6. The tablet is also expected to have 3G connectivity.

According to Fortune, the tablet will be announced on October 17, with sources telling TabTimes that the model will sell for between $249 and $329.

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June 12, 2012

Verizon prepares family data plans, but don’t expect good value

Verizon’s plans will include shareable data, unlimited phone calls and unlimited text messages, and will allow for these features to be shared among up to ten Verizon Wireless devices. The packages will launch on June 28.

The sad fact is that these family plans are well over-priced at this point. Data costs an astounding $50 for 1GB (to be shared among devices), and goes up to $60 for 2GB, $70 for 4GB for $80 for 6GB. Those with deeper wallets can also go to $90 for 8GB or $100 for 10GB.

Users who approach their data limit will face a $10 upgrade for an additional 2GB of data, or will be forced to pay $15 for 1GB if they don't upgrade and exceed their [...]

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May 16, 2012

Lebanon seeks tablet vendor, looks to offer tablets to 15,000 students

The country’s telecoms minister Nicholas Sehnaoui and education minister Hassan Diab outlined Lebanon’s vision for using tablets in schools, with Diab hopeful of providing every public school pupil with a tablet PC by 2014.

Despite this optimism, Sehnaoui  has admitted that the country will first launch an international tender for procuring the devices, a deal which they hope to tie up by the middle of next month, in order to sell affordable tablets to 6-18 year old students at a subsidized price.

The government is also liaising closely with the country’s Central Bank to offer interest free loans to the students, so that they can pay for the [...]

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