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Lollipop finally arrives for Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 finally have something to cheer about. The OEM announced that the tablet will finally receive the Android 5.0 upgrade, a month after the bigger version, the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 got its Lollipop on. However, the update that will be rolling out to the tablet is version 5.0.2, and not yet the latest one, version 5.1 which has been rolling out to some devices already.

Acer working on Android Predator gaming tablet

After all those devices recently introduced in a tech event, Acer still has another one up its sleeves: an Android gaming tablet. Not that an Android tablet can't be used for gaming but this one which is slated to be released in the market in the last quarter is special. Tablet is expected to be focused just on gaming and this one looks really tough and a bit futuristic with those edges.

Acer outs new Iconia tablets, Chromebook with 15.6-inch display

Taiwanese hardware giant Acer just launched a slew of new products from smartphones to tablets to gaming displays to notebooks running Windows and Chrome OS. This was only after the launch of the first Chrome-powered All-in-One computer a couple of weeks ago. In a special event held in New York City, the company showcased several devices that will probably make you dizzy. We find it interesting that Acer introduced all these things in one event instead of making smaller announcements for each product.

Android 5.1 Lollipop coming to NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet, Portable

If you're wondering if your NVIDIA SHIELD tablet or SHIELD Portable is going to get the latest Android Lollipop ever, we've got the answer. The company has already confirmed that the latest mobile OS will be coming very soon. It's not just Android 5.0 but the Android 5.1 version already. NVIDIA has not made a formal announcement but the company confirmed in a forum that the next Android 5.1 release will fix some performance and responsiveness issues.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 LTE gets WiFi, Bluetooth certifications

Aside from the new Galaxy Tab A, there's also the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tipped to be even thinner than iPad Air 2 arriving in the next few months. Compared to the budget-friendly Galaxy Tab A, this one is the next generation of Samsung's high-end tablet which is an obvious follow up to last year's Galaxy Tab S model. We're actually expecting a June announcement since the first-gen was revealed in June 2014.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A ready for pre-order in the US starting May 1

Finally, we have news about the Galaxy Tab A coming to America. The new budget-friendly is now ready for pre-order in the United States. We know there's there a 9.7-inch tablet version in Germany and yesterday, we were surprised to find out about an 8-inch model spotted at TENAA. But here in the US, Samsung is bringing the two models ready for all consumers. Unlike in Russia where the tech giant quietly announced the Android tablet, Samsung shared an official press release and has already set up a pre-order page for the Galaxy Tab A.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 spotted at TENAA

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A was quietly launched in Russia last month and soon, another 9.7-inch version was announced in Germany which will be available this coming May. The German Galaxy Tab A will be out in two variants: WiFi and LTE. True enough, the Chinese version of the Tab A was also spotted in two forms. Tablet was recently approved by TENAA, the Chinese FCC, which means the device will be out in the Chinese market very soon. However, China isn't getting a 9.7-incher but rather the 8-inch version according to the certification sighted.

Public might get a shot at Google’s Project Tango tablet

If you’ve been dreaming about what is probably one of the most robust tablet devices out there – namely, Google’s Project Tango – this will be very good news for you. Google might just be opening sales up to the public for this device soon, as intimated in an email update to developers who reserved their Project Tango tablets but failed to purchase.

Dell outs Venue 10 7000 tablet that converts into a netbook

The last Dell tablet we saw was the Dell Venue 8 7000. It was impressive enough with Intel being used inside but looks like Dell wants to make it better with the new Dell Venue 10 7000 tablet. It's a new tablet meant for the business enterprise market that can be easily converted into a netbook with a custom keyboard folio. We've seen similar models in the past but Dell's latest razor-thin entry into the tablet-netbook market could be a big thing.
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