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This is the HTC Nexus 9 for movers and makers

The fated day has indeed arrived and Google has unleashed a flood of Android announcements that proves to the world that it is still at the top of its game. Leaked and speculated on time and again, Google is indeed finally giving Android lovers a newer tablet to desire. And indeed it is made by HTC, the manufacturer's first tablet in a very long time. And indeed, as well, the Nexus 9 has turned out to be quite everything we have dreamed the next reference Android tablet would be.

Lenovo and Motorola collaborating on new tablet

Do the consumers really need another new tablet in the market? Well, based on the continuous rise of tablet sales and the emergence of new (and old) players on the scene, then the answer is a resounding yes. The latest OEMs planning to join the fray is a collaboration between Lenovo and their recently acquired company Motorola. The CEO from the Taiwanese tech company said that they are working on bringing a Motorola tablet sometime soon, but no details yet as to the specs and features.

Nexus 9 to be unveiled tomorrow but launched in November

If the stars align tomorrow, we will finally get 1/3 of the Android puzzle filled in. An insider sources claims that Google has scheduled a formal announcement of what is now known as the Nexus 9 for October 15, which is just a few hours away. This, however, is just an appetizer as the tablet will only be available via pre-orders starting the 17th until its retail launch on November 3.

New videos from ASUS showcase Padfone S 2-in-1 features

ASUS has released on its YouTube channel several new videos highlighting the advantages of having a 2-in-1 device with its Padfone S smartphone/tablet hybrid. The gadget line, which is one of a kind (so far) can be used as a smartphone which then converts into a tablet when docked, for the price of one device and one data plan as well. So this might be the device for those who want to have both but may have only budget for one.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is designed for multimedia

Of the new Android tablets that Lenovo is unveiling today, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro definitely takes the cake. While the new Yoga Tablet 2 represents an incremental upgrade to Lenovo's 2013 line, this Pro version makes a huge leap forward. With a pico projector hidden in the hinge, a JBL subwoofer on the back, and a large Quad HD display, this tablet is unambiguously built for the ultimate multimedia experience. Plus, it was designed in collaboration with Lenovo product engineer Ashton Kutcher to boot.

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 expands choices, sizes, and angles

Lenovo has a slew of product announcements today, all around its bendable Yoga line. Two (or three, depending on how you count it) of these, happily, are powered by our favorite omnipresent and multi-functional Android OS. But the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 line isn't simply just an upgrade from last year's keyboardless hinged tablet. This second iteration ventures out into new options for users, from the way they handle the tablet, to the size of the tablet itself, and even, if they want, the operating system.

Galaxy Tab Active up for pre-order in the US

Samsung has announced that its latest ruggedized tablet, the Galaxy Tab Active, will be available in the US this month. The tablet is also now up for pre-order for fans in the US wanting a tablet that can survive life on the road. The Galaxy Tab Active will sell for $699.99 in the US.

Straight Talk launches Bring Your Own Tablet program

Most households nowadays own a tablet or two. For some, each family member has a tablet to use for school, home, or the office. There’s no denying that mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops, and soon wearables, have taken over our digital lives.
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