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Android 4.3 Adds Parental Control Settings

Android’s new version has been made official and will be launched along the unveiling of the new Nexus device. Android phones and tablets will have significant changes with the Jellybean 4.3.  It’s best new feature is the multi-user restricted profile accounts which tech consumers will surely welcome.  Jellybean Read More →

Asus Releases 7-inch MeMO Pad

A mini tablet from a reputable brand priced at $150 made techie geeks jump from their seats.   A further look at the Asus 7-inch MeMO pad justifies the price with the rather humble specs.  Web discussions say that the MeMO will put the cheap Chinese tablets out of Read More →

Is the Sony Reader PRS-T2 a Failure?

The Sony reader PRS-T2 is the latest offering from the electronics giant in the booming reader market. Its weight and dimensions are similar to other reader products such as the Kindle and the Nook. It weighs 5.9 ounces, and measures 6.9 by 4.4 inches, and is 0.4 inches Read More →

Google Nexus 7 Review

Google rocked the tech world with the announcement of its Quad-Core powered 7" tablet priced at $199! Clearly, Google has taken the onus upon itself to push the case for a pure Android experience on a tablet, a task in which most other OEM developers have failed. Apple Read More →

Acer Iconia Tab A510 announced for U.S. and Canada

Acer Iconia Tab A510 announced by Acer on Thursday for U.S and Canada. This is the  company’s first quad-core tablet for North America, the Acer Iconia Tab A510.  The A510 runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has a battery life of 15 hours with video playback, according to Acer.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Price and Specification

Samsung corporation is one of the leading manufacturers of mobile phones and tablet PC's Specially they are very much capable in android enabled devices. Samsung Galaxy Tab and mobile are the example of that. Samsung Galaxy tab is one of the popular tablets in market after iPad and Samsung tries to beat Read More →