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LG announce three new models in the G Pad series

2013 was a great year for LG, with the success of the Nexus 4 & 5, the hugely popular LG G2 and G Flex and the slightly overlooked yet brilliant G Pad 8.3. All in all they had a range of great products, so it’s only to be …

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 up for pre-order

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a honking great tablet with stylus functionality that was announced in the first week of January. Now, for those craving the foot-long tablet, it is available for pre-order. Order it now it will ship to you on 4th February (next Tuesday). …

Sony Xperia Tablet Z in the house! Part 2 – Hardware Review

The Sony Xperia Tablet Z is just as much about the hardware underneath the seals and gaskets as the waterproofing itself, so in the second of our series on this £500 beast I’m going to take a look at the hardware and how it performs on dry land. …

Asus Fonepad available on 26th April. Pre-order from Friday

Do you have a massive head? When I say massive, I’m talking equine. If a Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 is too tiny for you, and the Huawei Ascend Mate won’t quite do it either, then the Asus Fonepad could be just the phablet you’re looking for. Yes, it’s …

Coolsmartphone Recommended Android app – Volume in Notification

This little app is for Android tablet running Honeycomb or higher. It adds a few buttons to the status bar area on your tablet. The buttons will change the media volume without having to use the hardware button. It is really quite useful if you want to quickly …

Project Chameleon for Android Tablets

Now and again I come across things on the web that truly amaze me. Well this is one of those times. Teknision are the company behind the Blackberry Playbook interface, which is a nice well thought out launcher. They have come up with a prototype launcher for Android …

Cornerstone Multitasking for Ice Cream Sandwich Tablets

I love it when developers make nice useful tablet optimised apps. Apps that actually use the space available on the tablet screen. Well I spotted something yesterday that looks to really improve how I would use my tablet. It is called Cornerstone and it uses a side panel with two …

Review – Viewsonic Viewpad 10e

Last week we had the initial impressions post about the Viewpad 10e, I was quite impressed with Viewpad it surprised me with what I could do with a device that didn’t have Google apps. The Viewpad is a budget tablet at £200 and is available from places like …

Will a Google Nexus tablet make a difference?

Yesterday Eric Schmidt mentioned something about a tablet being worked on by Google. No exact details were mentioned about who Google would be making it or what it would be called. Yet still the web was awash with Google Nexus tablet articles. All of this speculation got me …

Android tablets grab significant market share

Many customers have been captivated by the fantastic Apple iPad but, just like the smartphone market, Android have got a big slice of the pie. Businessweek reports that 22% of the tablet market is now Android-powered. The stats, from the three months to December 31st 2010, are a …