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Groupon is offering a very good price on the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and 12.2. Both are refurbished models, but they’ve been restored to working condition, so you will have absolutely no issue with usability. The 8.4 inch model can be had for just $174.99, which is a pretty decent price even for a refurbished product. The relatively larger Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is going for $359.99 though, which again is justified given the hardware on board. The listing also included the 10.1 inch Galaxy Tab Pro variant, which has now sold out....

In a new video released from T-Mobile CEO John Legere, T-Mobile is announcing a new program they are calling “Smartphone Equality.” This new program will enable customers, regardless of their credit score, to purchase new devices at the best deals offered. In order to qualify for this plan, which starts January 25th, T-Mobile states that customers must have paid at least the last 12 months of their bills on time. This qualifies to customers both on postpaid and pre-paid plans. When announcing this plan, T-Mobile CEO John...

It seems that the Google Play Edition (GPE) devices might be done for. As of today, Google is no longer selling the HTC One (M8) Google Play Edition. This was the only device available for sale, so for now this program is closed. While it could be a stock issue, the program also could be closing. With not as many manufacturers putting out GPE devices last year and the Nexus 6 costing $649 unlocked, it seems more likely that the latter is the case. However, since this device exists in some peoples’ pockets (along with a few older...

After the Android 5.0.2 update for the Nexus 7 went live earlier today, the Nexus 10 ROM is also up for grabs. Just as the Nexus 7 update file, this one too is coming directly from Google, so you can download it without worry. You will have to make sure that your device has the build number LRX22C to be compatible with the new LRX22G build. The 5.0.2 update should mostly fix some bugs in the Android system, so you won’t be able to see any obvious visual changes. But still, it’s good to see that Google supports a 2012 tablet...

Samsung launches a new version of the Galaxy Tab lineup every year. And this year will be no different according to a new revelation which suggests that the company could already be testing 7 inch tablets from the series over at its research facilities in India. A device bearing the model number SM-T239 has just made an appearance on Indian import database Zauba indicating that the company has some plans to bring the device to the markets very soon. There are cellular variants of the tablets as well, although all of them appear to be...

Google posted the Android 5.0.2 factory image for the 2013 Nexus 7 not too long ago. And now, you can download and install it yourself, instead of waiting impatiently for Google to issue the update. This is coming straight from Google, so you have nothing to worry about as far as security is concerned. The update is for users coming from the LRX22C ROM, so if you’re running an older build, head over to the Google support forums to flash the LRX22C update and then move on to LRX22G. Flashing an update file isn’t usually complicated,...

Customers can now purchase the ASUS Padfone X smartphone-tablet hybrid for just $199.99 through eBay. The price is applicable on both the smartphone as well as the tablet dock, so you’re saving quite a lot with this new deal. The device was initially priced at $549 when it went official through AT&T, so you’re looking at a savings of $350 with this deal, making it an instant choice if you’re in the market for a tablet. The device comes with a 5 inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel camera on the back, 16GB of internal...

A new tablet with the model number LG-VK815 has been spotted, bearing all the markings of an inevitable Verizon arrival. The tablet is believed to be the carrier’s version of an upgraded G Pad 8.3, given the model number it bears. The G Pad 8.3 LTE on Verizon was known as the VK810, so this one here could be a slightly upgraded version. Of course, nothing is set in stone and things could easily change before the tablet is actually released. The VK410 and the VK700, which are the carrier’s variants of the G Pad 7.0 and the...