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Samsung’s 12-Inch 4K Tablet Prototype

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Take a look at the 12-inch prototype 4K tablet from Samsung.

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Is This The Google Nexus 8 Tablet?

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This could be the much-rumored Google Nexus 8 tablet.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Now Available For Pre-Order

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Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 laptop-tablet hybrid is now available for pre-order.

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Tesco To Launch Hudl 2 Tablet And Hudl Smartphone

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Tesco has plans to launch the Hudl 2 tablet in September and the Hudl smartphone by the end of the year.

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Buy A Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 And Get A £100 Google Play Voucher

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UK folks going for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 will get £100 in Google Play credit.

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AMD Android Tablets Could Be Coming Soon

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AMD will be designing chips to run Google's Android and Chrome OS in PCs and tablets.

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Microsoft Confirms They Are Working on Small-Screen Tablets

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We've heard rumors more than once about the idea of Microsoft moving beyond the 10+-inch tablet form factor, but now Microsoft has confirmed it.

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Cheap Windows 8 Tablets To Take On Android

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Intel is promising that the future Windows 8 tablets running the Bay Trail chip will cost as low as $200.

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Android Tablets Might Dethrone the iPad as Early as Mid-2013, suggests ABI Research

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The iPad might currently be on top when it comes to tablets, but things may be shifting quickly, according to a new ABI Research report. Back in 2011 Gartner had suggested that Android would hold a 38% share of the tablet market by 2015, but ABI says that things are now moving much quicker. The latest data suggests that Android accounted for an impressive 44 percent of all tablets shipped during the last quarter.

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HTC Bows Out of the U.S. Tablet Market

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Are you an HTC tablet fan? While I doubt many readers are frantically shaking their head “YES”, there are probably a few fans out there. Unfortunately, HTC not only has had several fiscal problems holding them back, but they also have had problems breaking into the tablet market. With bigger plays like Apple, Samsung, Google/Asus and Amazon-- it isn't that surprising to hear that they are stopping the sale of tablets in the U.S. for now.

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EU Anti-Trust Regulators Investigating Windows 8 And RT

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It seems that Microsoft has had plenty of complaints stacked against their new move with Windows RT, which only allows Internet Explorer to run in the desktop- enough to prompt a EU investigation.

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Android-style Market Flood Set For Windows 8 Tablets

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When it comes to Android devices, there are tons of different vendors, power configurations, prices and features. This is both a blessing and a curse for the platform, and something that it seems that Microsoft will be repeating with Windows 8 devices.

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Indoor Sensor Allows Navigation Inside Buildings

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You may not have any problems finding a building in a busy city via the GPS receiver in your handset, but it won’t be helpful once you step inside one. How will you find the elevator or the bathroom or the fire exit? This problem could soon be a thing of the past all thanks to a new system, called the MST-Smartsense Sensor, from Fraunhofer which uses simple sensors to enable in-building navigation. They have introduced a tiny module that could work with tablets and smartphones.

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Special App Lets Apes Talk to Humans

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The apes communicate with the humans by touching the appropriate lexigrams and from the news doing the rounds, the group of seven have become pretty talkative after having gotten the hang of talking to their distant cousins.

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Windows 8 Will Support High-End Retina-Style Displays

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In the blog post Microsoft's David Washington detailed how Windows 8, which is on its way later this year, will handle a multitude of different equipment and display setups, including the way that Metro will scale itself with different resolutions. At the standard 1366x768, no scaling will be needed but at other resolutions this is going to change in order to make the UI look and work as best as possible. With a 1920x1080 resolution there will be 140% scaling applied and for 2560x1440 resolutions there would even be 180% scaling.

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