Samsung Galaxy Tab S (10.5) Review: The 'iPad Killer' Is Not Even An Android Killer

Key Features: 10.5in display with 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution Exynos 5 Octa-Core CPU Android 4.4 (KitKat) 6.6mm; 467g 3GB RAM; 16GB storage Price as Reviewed: £399 Samsung Galaxy Tab S (8.4) Review Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S range of tablets has set out to be the chief challenger to Apple’s iPad Air and iPad mini.  […]

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Nabi Big Tab: A super-size Android tablet for kids (hands-on)

How big do you like your Android tablets? Having a massive one, sized like a small TV, might seem ludicrous, but there are already Windows 8 all-in-one tablets (like the Dell XPS 18) that do combo work as desktops and tabletop PCs. The Nabi Big Tab is along those same lines, but it runs Android […]

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Tablets priced under $35 on the horizon

Generic Android tablets with 7-inch screens and quad-core chips that deliver decent performance could soon sell for under US$35. Tablets with low-resolution screens are already selling for $45 on Amazon, many of which have single- or dual-core processors from a Chinese chip company called Allwinner. But the prices could fall under $35 when Allwinner ships […]

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One of the best Android phones gets a Windows Phone 8.1 makeover (hands-on)

With just 2.5 percent of the market, Windows Phone remains a strange, distant planet to many in the smartphone universe, but it has a unique style and a devoted fanbase of followers who swear by it. In terms of premium devices, though, those devotees have been largely restricted to Nokia phones for most of the […]

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Here's Why HTC Decided To Make A Windows Phone Even Though No One Really Buys Them

View photo . Verizon Wireless/YouTube The HTC One M8 with Windows. The HTC One M8 has been praised as being one of the most attractive, premium Android phones you could buy. When its predecessor the One M7 launched in 2013, many called it the first Android phone that could rival the iPhone in terms of […]

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Whatever happens to Samsung, Android is safe

Ever since Samsung emerged first as the dominant global seller of Android phones in 2010, and then as the world’s largest seller of smartphones (in 2012, the South Korean electronics giant has been seen as a threat to Google, which licenses its open source mobile OS to Samsung and several other manufacturers. There are three […]

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Here’s how to make sure you get Android L before everyone else

Google has recently published its Android distribution numbers for early August in which it revealed that KitKat has reached almost 21% market share of all Android phones now in use. While that’s an important milestone for Google, the road was rather long and tedious, as software updates still depend on OEMs and carriers. The same thing will […]

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Three reasons I might dump Android and become a total Apple person

So I’m sitting here, agonizing over the “Buy Now” button on Target for an iPad mini. See, the store has the base model of the little Apple tablet that could on sale for $199, a solid $100 off its normal $299 price tag. My trusty first-generation Nexus 7 Android tablet is getting long in the […]

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Google Voice Search On Android Smartphones Could be Exploited by Malware

Researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have developed a new malware application called VoicEmployer to show how criminals could use Android’s voice search capabilities to steal sensitive information without needing explicit permissions from users. VoicEmployer exploits Google’s Voice Search mechanism built into the company’s Google Now personal digital assistant (PDA), and gets the […]

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178 Million Phones At Security Risk In Middle East, Africa: Report

DUBAI: Over 94 percent of popular Android applications used in the Middle East and Africa are potentially vulnerable, according to a report. Enterprise security player Palo Alto Networks says Android Internal Storage is a protected area that Android-based applications use to store private information, including user names and passwords. According to Palo Alto Networks research, […]

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