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The eighth-generation iPad is a fine choice for casual users

The eighth-generation iPad is a fine choice for casual users It happens to the best of us. Some newer, flashier model comes along and we’re no longer the latest and greatest new thing. The iPad’s had a plenty good run, of course. Ten years ago, the device redefined what a tablet is and has maintained […]

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Samsung targets iPad Pro with the Galaxy Tab S6

Samsung targets iPad Pro with the Galaxy Tab S6 Once again, the rumors proved to be true, with Samsung going straight from the S4 to S6 for its premium tier. Vaguely confusing naming conventions aside (there’s also the lower cost S5E), the company’s got another solid entry on its hands, going after the same slice […]

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Google says it’s not making any more tablets

Google says it’s not making any more tablets The writing has been on the slate for some time now. Roughly this time last year, we reported that Google had wiped all tablet sales off its site. Turns out that was just a bug, but it seemed like an ominous portent of things to come. Google […]

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Samsung’s new tablet sports Bixby 2.0

Samsung’s new tablet sports Bixby 2.0 Bixby’s been on a bunch of phones and several appliances. Until now, however, Samsung’s smart assistant has been largely MIA on the company’s tablets. Of course, I’ve never pretended to have the faintest idea of the company’s strategy here. Anyway, just ahead of MWC and its own Unpacked (S10) […]

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Sony shrinks its Digital Paper tablet down to a more manageable 10 inches

Sony shrinks its Digital Paper tablet down to a more manageable 10 inches I had a great time last year with Sony’s catchily-named DPT-RP1, an e-paper tablet that’s perfect for reading PDFs and other big documents, but one of my main issues was simply how big the thing is. Light and thin but 13 inches […]

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