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Articles tagged with "Tablet"

Best free Android tablet apps of all time

You've got an Android tablet, and now you need solid foundational apps to use on it. The good news is, there are plenty of great apps for your tablet that won't cost you anything. Here are 10 of the very best free apps to get the most out of your Android tablet. Amazon Kindle Tablets are great fo ... Full Article »

April 16, 2014 10:00am

Best free Android tablet games of all time

There is such thing as free lunch when it comes to great games on your Android tablet. There are plenty of free offerings to play on your big-screen device, or at least, portions of them are free. Below are our picks for the very best. Cut the Rope 2 There’s plenty of new challenges available in ... Full Article »

April 7, 2014 12:00pm

Will the Samsung Galaxy S III expand beyond Android’s ecosystem?

Any moment now we’ll hear from Samsung’s London event their plans for the latest Galaxy device, expected to be the S III. Speculation has been rampant, with high hopes for a 4.8-inch screen boasting a 720p Super AMOLED panel, likely a non-pentile Super AMOLED HD+ at that. A quad-core processor f ... Full Article »

May 3, 2012 9:16am

An app lover’s look at the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

An update to the comparatively recent Samsung Galaxy Tab 7+ arrived direct from Verizon, and we were fortunate enough to take it for a test run. The hardware experience This new tablet from Verizon sports a 4G LTE radio and is very slim at 0.31 inches. It’s also light at just 12 ounces. Though t ... Full Article »

April 3, 2012 6:30am

Google tablet must consolidate efforts to compete with iPad

While Android tablets are expected to exceed iPad sales by 2016, Google’s mobile camp still has a long road ahead. One way Google hopes to expedite its tablet efforts is to release one of its own. The self-promoted device strategy worked with smartphones, as the G1 introduced Android to the world. ... Full Article »

March 30, 2012 9:30am

Update for Google Docs app adds offline support, amps up tablet features

Google has done an admirable job of providing web apps that lots of people use every day. Gmail is firmly ensconced as a leader in web-based email, Google Reader provides easy RSS feed access, and Google Docs allows users to create word processing documents in their browser windows and share them wi ... Full Article »

February 2, 2012 1:24pm

Android App Video Review: Tiki Kart 3D

The premise is simple enough; race on various tracks around a volcano as various tiki people and animals using karts made of wood and fruit. It makes for a unique looking game, that’s for sure. You can either race in the practice mode, or the main circuit mode, which puts you in various three trac ... Full Article »

January 9, 2012 12:12pm

Android App Video Review: Shadowgun

The game puts you in the space boots of John Slade, a gruff refrigerator sized gun-for-hire known as a Shadowgun. Together with S.A.R.A., who is basically an adjutant from Starcraft who acts like your basic Cortana by doling out mission info, you take a job to capture a mad scientist who is in the p ... Full Article »

December 28, 2011 11:58am

Android App Video Review: Overkill

The game lets you play as a disembodied floating gun as you swipe around to aim and press a simple button to gun down waves of faceless baddies. Reloading can be done with a button press or a quick shake of the device, and occasionally you'll get to make use of gun mounted grenade launchers. Gamepla ... Full Article »

December 21, 2011 12:54pm

Android App Tablet Review: HoneyGram

Despite popular iOS photography app Instagram not yet being available on Android, HoneyGram is still a worthwhile download for tablet-owners who love browsing the creative images people create. The app allows you to view popular images, browse shots taken nearby, search by tag, and embed a widget o ... Full Article »

October 7, 2011 5:30pm

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