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  • A 12.9″ iPad Could Make 2015 The Year iOS Breaks The Mobile Mold

    A 12.9″ iPad Could Make 2015 The Year iOS Breaks The Mobile Mold

    A new Apple iPad is in development, according to Bloomberg, with a 12.9-inch display that adds around 3 inches to the size of the iPad Air in terms of diagonal screen dimensions. Such a device would be a lot larger than Apple’s current top tablet overall, and is apparently already gearing up for a production run starting in the first quarter of 2015. We’ve long heard rumors about… Read More

  • Talking On Tablets On The Rise In Asia

    Talking On Tablets On The Rise In Asia

    The phone-sized tablet — aka the phablet — was born in Asia, so it’s fitting that the region is now apparently driving a trend for talking on even larger slabs of glass and plastic. Analyst IDC says tablets with a screen of 7 inches or larger are increasingly shipping with cellular voice capabilities — and getting increasing traction the Asia/Pacific region… Read More

  • Hands On With The Galaxy Tab S, Coming To The U.S. June 27

    Hands On With The Galaxy Tab S, Coming To The U.S. June 27

    Samsung has a new tablet, and the company is framing this as their new flagship slate line. The Galaxy Tab S was unveiled at an event last week, and brings an ultra-thin design and a super high-resolution display to Samsung’s Android-powered tablets. In both 8.4 and 10.5-inch flavors, these tablets promise dynamic screens that change their settings depending on content types. The Tab S… Read More

  • Samsung Aims To Reinvigorate Its Tablet Line With The New Galaxy Tab S

    Samsung Aims To Reinvigorate Its Tablet Line With The New Galaxy Tab S

    Samsung has a new tablet family as of today, as it unveiled the Galaxy Tab S line of devices at its special event in NYC. Available in July, the Tab S comes in both 8.4 ($399) and 10.5-inch ($499) flavors in white and titanium bronze finishes with LTE-equipped models in the pipeline, and it presents a marked departure from the parade of mostly forgettable slates that Samsung has been pumping… Read More

  • Apple Includes The Entire iPad Lineup In Education Discounts

    Apple Includes The Entire iPad Lineup In Education Discounts

    The iPad is graduating; to Apple’s discount Education store, that is. The tablet now gets a price cut for qualifying education shoppers looking to buy either an iPad Air or iPad mini either in-store at its retail locations or online at Apple.com. The discounts aren’t massive, but they still get you $30 off the Air or $20 off the mini if you’re a student or teacher, or… Read More

  • Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Could Be Unveiled Next Week

    Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Could Be Unveiled Next Week

    Microsoft might be gearing up to show off the third iteration of its Surface Pro Windows-powered computer/tablet next week at a special event. The surface event is confirmed, and reports suggest that there will be a smaller version of the Surface called the “Surface Mini” shown off there, a new support document (via Verge) suggests we’ll also see a full-fledged follow-up to… Read More

  • Samsung Targets The iPad, Surface And Kindle With New Galaxy Pro Tablet Ad

    Samsung Targets The iPad, Surface And Kindle With New Galaxy Pro Tablet Ad

    Samsung is never shy about throwing shade on its competitors, and a new ad for its Galaxy Pro series of tablets is no exception. The new video calls out not only Apple’s iPad, but also the Microsoft Surface and Amazon Kindle by name as it emphasizes the things its Android-powered, business-focused devices can do that those other tablets cannot. Personally, my favorite part of the whole… Read More

  • New 5-in-1 Concept from Toshiba

    Toshiba’s 5-in-1 Computing Device Concept Looks Like What Windows 8 Is Meant For

    One of the best parts of CES are the devices that companies show off that are more or less conceptual, and may or may not ever even get made. One such gadget is the Toshiba 5-in-1 tablet, notebook, media player, drawing slate, etc. It’s sleek looking in pre-production solid aluminum, and also has a lot of potential as a flexible hybrid with a form factor that’s tailor-made for… Read More