Lenovo has announced several new tablets ahead of IFA, with some of them aiming pretty hard at the budget segment of Android tablets. The entire E series of tablets are cheap with a few useful tricks, making a serious competitor to Amazon’s Fire tablets. First up is the Lenovo Tab E7, a 7-inch tablet powered […]
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Lagging way behind most of the market, Google finally seems to figured out that users want to be able to send and receive messages from whatever screen they are viewing at the moment. Last month Google rolled out the ability for Android Messages users to sync text messages on the desktop, joining their Google Allo […]
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Tons of new smartphones are supporting wireless charging, especially many of Samsung’s best offerings. However, you don’t get the wireless charger in the box, so that’s probably one of the first things you’ll look for when you start buying accessories. And like regular chargers, there are a ton to choose from. There are all kinds […]
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Alcatel unveiled its new Pixi 4 line of smartphones and tablets, while the Pixi 3 8-inch tablet represents the company’s first foray into the world of Windows, albeit Windows 10 Mobile. The latter will be available in April.
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Samsung’s deals for Black Friday went live, a few days ahead of the big day. The company is offering hundreds of deals on wearables, TVs, tablets, and more. You can find most of its smartphone deals through the various carriers.
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The incredibly popular photo sharing service Imgur has today started rolling out a brand new update for its official Android application via the Play Store. The upgrade makes it easier than ever to scroll through an endless sea of content on tablets without having to return to the main screen. It also focuses on GIF playback; making it significantly smoother and faster on mobile devices.
To install the update on your Android-powered smartphone or tablet, simply open up the Play Store, toggle the hamburger menu by swiping in from the left-hand side of the screen, select ‘My Apps’ and click on Imgur, then tap the update button. Alternatively, you can hit the link below to initiate the download on your smartphone from the Web.
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