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Turn unused gadgets into surveillance equipment with AtHome Camera

Surveillance equipment used to just be the territory of the CIA, spies, and pop culture. But now that a lot more people are constantly traveling or are leaving their pets at home or the kids with the nannies, we've seen the resurgence of nanny cams, pet cams, etc. But getting the actual equipment can be quite expensive. Now, all you need are unused gadgets and an app called AtHome Camera and you can set up your very own home surveillance system.

SHIELD Tablet + DirectStylus 2 = artists’ digital dream?

Old school artists may probably scoff at the idea of drawing on a tablet, but the more digital ones may actually welcome it (or the challenge of it). But they may not be too happy at the limitations the tablets and styluses in the market bring. But time-lapse videos from artists using NVIDIA's SHIELD tablet and the DirectStylus 2 and its technology show that they can do so much more than just sketch outlines or do basic drawings on the mobile device.

ASUS to announce new ZenPad tablet series at Computex

Here in the US, we're waiting for May 18 to happen for the ZenFone 2 to be officially introduced. We've got an invite and we can't wait to finally get our hands on the new smartphone. Although we're not expecting another device to be announced the same day, we've got information that ASUS is going to introduce a new line of Android-powered tablets. This is different from the FonePad and PadFone series and is believed to be called as the ZenPad.

Livescribe+ goes out of Preview and is now live for Android devices

Just a few days after it went on Preview mode in the Google Play Store, the Livescribe apps are finally live for Android devices. This means that those who have Livescribe 3 will finally be able to do more with their pen and their gadgets, transforming analog into digital easily. Both apps, the Livescribe+ and the Livescribe Link will now be fully functional, making it easier to manage your smartpen and all the materials you create from it.

Sony creates more anticipation for its Xperia Z4 tablet in latest ad

Have you ever wanted something so badly, but you had no way of getting it yet because it's still not available anywhere in the world? That's what a lot of Sony (and Android tablet) fans are feeling right now, as the OEM released a new video showcasing their upcoming new device, the Xperia Z4 Tablet. However, you still can't get it anywhere, so the frustration and anticipation builds up as we wait for when the "world's slimmest tablet" will finally be available.

AT&T intros new Lollipop-powered Trek HD 4G LTE Tablet

There are numerous tablets from different manufacturers but AT&T knows how a good price is one of the determining factors when buying a new device. The mobile carrier has just announced its first branded tablet available for as low as $49. This is the company's first venture to stamp its logo on a tablet. It just went up for sale online today, May 12, and should be available for purchase from AT&T stores starting May 15.

Dell Venue 8 tablets get Lollipop, forced disk encryption

One of the features of Android Lollipop that Google has been touting is the full disk encryption. For us it’s a hit or miss – you only get protection in certain specific situations, and your device gets a performance hit because of it. Hey, if you want the added security, then it’s good. But we’d like for Android to give us that choice, something Dell Venue 8 tablet owners did not get when their tablets updated recently to Android 5.0.2.

Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 now receiving Android Lollipop update

Who says the Android goodies will only come to flagship and/or high-end phones? Samsung seems to also be giving the chance for some of its mid-range devices to experience what a lot of users of newer Android devices are already experiencing. The latest to receive an Android 5.0 Lollipop update is the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, and hopefully, this is just the kick-off for updates on the lesser known smartphones and tablets.
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