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Whether you want to get back into that game you loved in 2012 or you want to curiously tally how much you've spent on apps from Google or Apple the last few years, there are a couple of ways of listing all the apps you've installed through your account — even if they're no one your phone or tablet.

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Android tablets don't get much love these days. Team them with a good keyboard and they're useful for basic productivity tasks, as proven by our time with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 and Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet. And beyond that they're still great for playing games, reading books, watching TV shows and listening to music like any other Android device. But hey're just a little less cool than iPads. And a little less useful than laptops.

The Google Pixel C turns all that on its head. Or tries to, at least, and has a very good try indeed.

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Tablets are designed to be portable so you can take them around anywhere, but they're exceptionally useful in the house as well. There are a range of things you can do with an Android tablet from the comfort of your lounge room. Here are five ways you can use your Android tablet to make life easier without having to lift your butt off the couch.

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These days, you probably spend more than a couple of hours per day browsing your favourite social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Your smartphone's screen is way too small to make viewing videos and photos and your friend's ramblings easy, though, and a laptop is too big and clunky. A tablet is the perfect compromise, so we've rounded up our favourite big-screen tablet apps for social networking.

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No matter how smart our TVs get, they can't compete with the experience of being able to tap and swipe to select what you want to watch. Seeing your favourite movies close up on a big, beautiful, bright tablet display is just about the best experience you'll get short of sitting back in a big-screen cinema. These are our top apps for watching streaming movies, TV and catch-up video on your Android tablet.

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Tablets with detachable keyboards are the new black. HP's Spectre X2 looks remarkably like a Microsoft Surface Pro 4, even down to the felt-backed keyboard cover, but it sets itself apart with more energy-efficient hardware inside, a digitiser pen made by Wacom, and an entirely fanless design.

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Tablets make great productivity tools when you need to get work done on the run — but they also equally well suited to gaming. In recent years, the chipsets that power these games have come along in leaps and bounds, making it possible to enjoy console-level gaming in gorgeous 3D environments. Here are five of the best looking games to show off your new tablet with, ranging from sprawling fantasy RPGs to beautiful platformers.

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Goddamn. I mean...goddamn. When you look at the iPad Pro, it looks ridiculous. You'll never find someone who isn't flabbergasted by the sheer size. How could anyone ever love something this preposterously large? But when you stop fat-shaming the maxi-tablet and actually start using it, you're almost instantly seduced by everything.

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Microsoft’s Surface division is under siege. In the four years after the Redmond giant got the idea of making the world’s best convertible, it has had the field almost entirely to itself. Now, heading into 2016, the Surface is surrounded by its competition, fighting for dominance at every price point. Is the Surface Pro 4 a big enough stick to beat back the opposition?