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AT&T has just announced the arrival of its AMOLED display packing Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets on its network. The carrier is opening pre-orders for the 8.4 and 10.5 inch Galaxy Tab S models starting today with shipments slated to start on September 23. Customers will be able to walk into a store and get the tablets three days later on the 26th of September. These models offer 4G LTE as well, while the WiFi only models have been around for some time now. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 will set you back by $629.99 off contract or $31.50 per...

NVIDIA has just launched an LTE capable version of the Shield Tablet with 32GB of storage inside. The tablet is available for pre-order immediately and will be formally available starting Sep. 30. The company has set the pricing at $399 which is just $100 more than the 16GB model. Interestingly, the microSD card slot on the device is still in place, so users can always add extra storage if they so please. The device should be compatible with GSM networks such as AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S. The device supports LTE bands 2, 4,...

The 16GB model of the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is now selling for just $219.99 on eBay. This is a refurbished model, which explains the enormous dip in price, but it’s still considerably cheaper than previous deals on refurbished units. The seller has no warranty on offer but is offering 30 day returns if you’re unsatisfied with the product. The Galaxy Tab Pro is Samsung’s premier flagship tablet which was announced back in February, much before the Galaxy Tab S surfaced. The tablet packs a 2560 x 1600 resolution display,...

A patent filing from not too long ago revealed the alleged keyboard case from the Nexus 9 tablet. And today, we’re getting our first live glimpse of the said case thanks to an NCC (National Communications Commission) certification listing from China. We can see the key layout in its entirety including what appears to be a couple of dedicated emoji keys. The mechanism seems pretty straight forward, with the flap covering the top of the display while the keyboard lies underneath. There’s ample space for the tablet to rest upright,...

Chip maker NVIDIA has posted a lengthy legal document on its website regarding the patent infringement suit it has filed against Qualcomm and Samsung. While it appears to be quite a regular piece of document, the mention of the Tegra K1 powered HTC Nexus 9 has grabbed our attention. Considering the hype around the next Nexus tablet, it’s likely that this is a slip up from NVIDIA which wasn’t meant to happen. Either way, this comes as confirmation that the upcoming Nexus tablet is indeed made by HTC and will be powered by...

Dell and Intel have jointly announced the Venue 8 7000 tablet sporting a thickness of just 6mm, giving it the tag of the world’s thinnest tablet. The tablet comes with the company’s popular RealSense camera on the back which provides 3D gestures and a multitude of other features. It also packs a pixel dense 8.4 inch Quad HD resolution AMOLED display and a separate 8-megapixel camera on the back for regular images. Running inside the tablet is Intel’s quad core Moorefield CPU, which should offer excellent performance...

Google created quite a stir a few months ago when it showed off Project Tango and its wide array of 3D specific features. However, the company hasn’t formally announced a commercial device based on Project Tango yet. But that might change soon if an FCC listing is anything to go by. This listing has revealed the existence of a tablet from Google, running an NVIDIA Tegra SoC inside and an LG made battery. Could this be the rumored LG made Project Tango tablet? Seems very likely given that the battery running on the device is made...

Samsung has just unveiled the rugged Galaxy Tab Active tablet for businesses, sporting a sturdy exterior and the promise of protection from water and dust. The device has an IP67 rating and Samsung claims that it can withstand drops from up to 1.2 meters above the ground. Design wise, the tablet is pretty much like the Galaxy S4 Active or the Galaxy S5 Active with physical buttons on the front making way for the capacitive touch keys that we see on Samsung devices. The tablet comes with an 8 inch 1280 x 800 resolution display, a...