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Microsoft Office Just Got Way Better On The iPhone

Do you like using work and productivity apps on your mobile device? Yeah, me neither, but Microsoft wants to change our minds with its new — free — apps for iPhone and for Android tablets.


Nexus 9 Review: Google's Flagship Tablet Is Nothing Special

A fleet of new Nexii are here; a phone, a tablet, and a set-top-box. The first to touch down is the Nexus 9, Google’s second attempt to make a big Nexus tablet that can hang with the iPad. It’s not a total whiff, but it’s no home run either.


Nvidia Shield Tablet Review: A Gaming Beast, But So Much More

Nvidia’s Shield tablet was made for playing games. That’s what it’s best at. But it’s also much more. In fact, it should probably be your next Android tablet no matter how much button-mashing you do.


Intel Bay Trail: Laptop-Tablet Hybrids Might Actually Keep Up Now

Just a couple of months ago, Intel’s new 4th generation processors helped laptops get a whole lot better. Now Intel’s trying to work the same magic on mobile. Meet Bay Trail, a new flavour of chips designed specifically to make Windows 8 and Android tablets more awesome.


Is This The Next Google Nexus 7?

We’ve been hearing that Google will release a new version of the Nexus 7 in July for some time now and with Google hosting an event on July 24, that’s probably when we’ll officially see the new Nexus 7. But if you can’t wait a week, here’s what the upcoming Nexus 7 will probably look like.


Intel Studybook Hands-On: The Indestructible Education Tablet

Intel’s Classmate Convertibles have been a huge success: seven million of these PCs are scattered across the globe in classrooms in more than 70 countries. Now Intel is introducing a new product to the Learning Series; a cheap, versatile, tough, education tablet.


The Dead Simplest Way To Root Your Nook Tablet

If you’ve manage to get a Nook Tablet shipped to your fine self here in Australia, good news! We’ve seen the Nook Tablet rooted before, but this has to be the easiest process out there. All you need is a 2GB SD card, a computer that runs Windows, and a Nook Tablet with tablet software version 1.4.1 or earlier.


Locked Transformer Prime Bootloader Brings Out The Pitchforks

Asus has been the target of criticism from some angry power users who are worried they won’t be able to customise the brand new Transformer Prime as much as they want to. And rightly so!


Sony's Android Tablet Just Got $US100 Cheaper

Sony’s weird-looking — but pretty good! — Tablet S has only been out for four months, and Sony’s already slashing the price by $US100. It seems Sony, like other manufacturers, was a tad optimistic on what people are willing to pay for an Android tablet. AU: We’re checking with Sony to see if Australia will get the price drop too.


Install Android 3.0 Honeycomb On The Nook Color

The best Android tablet is the Android tablet that can run Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’. And I guess that means the Nook Color, which has just received a port of Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Which you can install. Right now. Well, if you have a Nook colour, that is.


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