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Android 4.3 could show up in June or July. The upgrade looks likely to be minor, keeping new Google apps and services outside of the OS so users won't need to update.
There have been enough rumors and leaks that there's little room for doubt that an 8-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is coming soon. Today a full set of specifications for it came to light, along with a picture.
The Asus FonePad only debuted recently and there's already word that an improved version of this 7-inch tabletphone is coming soon.
The keynote address for Google I/O came and went yesterday without any mention of a replacement for the aging Google Nexus 7. An unconfirmed report today says the updated model will be out in a couple of months.
The keynote address of Google's developer conference covered quite a bit of ground, but a rumored update to the Nexus 7 tablet wasn't included, and neither was a new version of the Android OS.
An announcement was made today that fans of BlackBerry Messenger have been hoping for for years: a version of BBM is going to be introduced for devices running iOS and Android. This will allow far more people to use this very popular service, for free.
Google is making a change that gives users of some of its services more flexibility. This will result in many having more storage capacity for their favorites.
Google's annual developer conference kicks off on Wednesday with a three-hour keynote address. Here's everything tablet users should be looking forward too.
Remember the Motorola Xoom? Back in early 2011, it was the very first tablet with Android 3.0. Despite its age, Verizon and Motorola haven't given up on it, and are about to release an operating system upgrade.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 debuted last month, and this is apparently soon going to be followed by the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, which is likely to be a less-expensive version of this Android tablet.
Curious what others are doing with their tablets? A survey has found the most popular uses for these devices, as well as the features that almost never get used.
The original Google Nexus 7 was announced at Google I/O last year, and the wraps are expected to come off a follow-up model in just a few days at this company's developer conference. Expect upgraded features, but not an upgraded price.
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