Google Details When Pixel and Nexus Devices Will Die

New charts uncovered by Droid Life detail when exactly Google will stop supporting some of their most recent Pixel and Nexus devices in terms of software updates. As a forewarning, 2017 is probably the worst year to buy any of these gadgets. For the Pixel and Pixel XL, Google won't guarantee another major Android update after … Continue reading Google Details When Pixel and Nexus Devices Will Die

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iPad 4th-Gen Devices Brought in for Service to Begin Getting Replaced with Newer iPad Air 2

A note obtained by 9to5Mac suggests Apple will soon replacing customers' fourth-generation iPads brought in for service with newer iPad Air 2s. The iPad 4 was originally announced back in 2012 while the Air 2 was released in 2014, so customers will be getting a pretty worthy upgrade in this case. Starting March 30th, iPad … Continue reading iPad 4th-Gen Devices Brought in for Service to Begin Getting Replaced with Newer iPad Air 2

Apple Replaces iPad Air 2 with New 9.7-inch $329 Model

Apple's iPad Air 2 was announced back in 2014 which makes this tablet nearly three years old. Therefore, it's about time the world received an update in this department. Hence, Apple has announced a new 9.7-inch iPad taking the Air 2's place that costs just $329 and is simply named 'iPad.' Apple today updated its most … Continue reading Apple Replaces iPad Air 2 with New 9.7-inch $329 Model

How-To: Get the Pixel Launcher on Your Android Tablet

Google today began rolling out Android Nougat 7.1.2 beta 2 to all eligible testers, including Pixel C users. If you recall, they received a major update today which indicates Google's beginning to treat the tablet as a proper Pixel device. One of the updates Pixel C owners saw was the addition of the Pixel Launcher. … Continue reading How-To: Get the Pixel Launcher on Your Android Tablet

Google’s Pixel C Gains Pixel Launcher, New Nav Buttons, Redesigned Recent Apps Screen in Android 7.1.2

Android 7.1.2 Nougat has proven to be pretty mute for most users. However, in today's release of beta 2 of the future OS upgrade, things have changed quite a bit. At least for Pixel C owners. According to multiple users (via Android Police), Google is finally treating the Pixel C as a Pixel device. For starters, … Continue reading Google’s Pixel C Gains Pixel Launcher, New Nav Buttons, Redesigned Recent Apps Screen in Android 7.1.2

Google Assistant Isn’t Rolling Out to Tablets… Yet

Remember when Google announced the Assistant would begin rolling out to Android Marshmallow and Nougat devices? Yeah, that doesn't include tablets. According to a statement given to Android Police, Google's initial roll out of the once-Pixel-exclusive voice bot is only for phones, not tablets. This may be rather disappointing to hear for some (myself included), … Continue reading Google Assistant Isn’t Rolling Out to Tablets… Yet

Samsung Confirms the Galaxy Tab S3 Will Cost $599

Samsung has announced pricing and availability for their iPad Pro competitor known as the Galaxy Tab S3. As previously leaked, the tablet will cost $599 when it launches on March 24th, with pre-orders starting tomorrow from Samsung's website, Amazon, and Best Buy alongside other select retailers. To be more specific, this price is associated with … Continue reading Samsung Confirms the Galaxy Tab S3 Will Cost $599

Apple’s Next-Gen 9.7-inch iPad Pro Will Reportedly Include an A10X Processor, Be Unveiled Next Week

The rumor mill is spinning out of control lately regarding the next-gen lineup of Apple's iPad Pros. According to a new report out of Macotakara, the Cupertino-based company will be giving the current 9.7-inch Pro a mandatory upgrade with a new processor and better graphics performance while keeping the same body from the current-gen. Specifically, … Continue reading Apple’s Next-Gen 9.7-inch iPad Pro Will Reportedly Include an A10X Processor, Be Unveiled Next Week