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5 Best Tablets Under (or around) $100 Running Android

Android tablets have a massive market share globally. Given the kind of demand there is for low-cost, feature-rich tablets, it can be quite the ask to find the best one suited for your needs. What makes the job particularly difficult for the customers is the fact that there are simply too many Android tablets available

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Problems, Errors, Glitches and Solutions [Part 7]

Good day dear readers! Welcome to part seven of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 troubleshooting series. We have compiled common issues that you may encounter with your own device and have been responding to emails from some readers as well. Below are some of the communications we have received regarding this device. We have answered these as

CES 2014 Preview and Rumor Roundup: Let’s Get Ready to Rumble

How’s your schedule looking for January 7 to 10? Not packed? Then you probably forgot CES was coming. And I can’t blame you, what with Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the upcoming Christmas deals taking up so much precious time. But the so-called holiday shopping season will soon be done, and once it is, you

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8 and 10.1 Inch Mistakenly Confirmed

Rumors of new Samsung galaxy devices in the works have been doing rounds for a couple of weeks now.  The rumors intensified about a week after the launch of the company’s flagship smartphone the Galaxy S4 and over the last two weeks, images of some of these devices and device specs from ‘credible’ sources found

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Leak Photo, Specs & Features

Aaaand the cat is finally completely out of the bag. Or so it seems. Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, spotted getting Bluetooth and FCC certification not long ago, has been allegedly leaked by Sam Mobile earlier today. And when I say it was leaked, I mean a good old-fashioned kind of leak, blurry photo

Samsung GT-P5220 (LTE Galaxy Tab 3 10.1?) Spotted at Bluetooth SIG, Official Intro Likely Coming Soon

The Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group), the agency that handles the licensing of Bluetooth technologies and trademarks to manufacturers, has been taken by storm lately by intriguing, unannounced Android devices looking for the mandatory stamps of approval before becoming commercially available. Among these, we’ve seen a likely Sprint version of LG’s Optimus G2, Samsung’s Galaxy