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Sorry to break it to you, kids, but summer is nearly finished and the start of the new school year is upon us. And sorry to be the bearer of bad news, parents, however like it or not, your monthly spending budget will skyrocket in the coming weeks. Tuition fees aside, you have textbooks to
Ooh, an interspecies specs duel. That’s bound to get interesting. And controversial. Yeah, I said it, acknowledged it and won’t be looking to deny it. I stirred up the hornet’s nest to start a debate. The age-old debate. Has Android matured enough to take on iOS and Windows Pro when talking utility tools rather than
Watch out, Apple, there are some new Android-running iPad “killers” in town, and they may just give the so far undisputed tablet heavyweight champ a run for its money. Or at least work as a stepping stone for when Android finally dethrones iOS in this seemingly one-sided contest. Make no mistake, the time will come,
Samsung is getting ready to take the fight to other manufacturers this year. It signified its intents early on by launching a total of four new tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show last week. And that might just be the beginning. Samsung is said to be unveiling a host of new tablets and mobile devices
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As we near the year’s first two major tech-related trade shows, next week’s CES and next month’s MWC, the puzzle that’s Samsung’s 2014 mobile product lineup becomes less and less of a conundrum. For instance, it’s now nearly set in stone that the purported Galaxy Grand Lite will be marketed as the Grand Neo, whereas