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Is Bigger Always Better When It Comes To Building IPads? By Clip Syndicate By this time next month, the rumors about a new, larger iPhone will be put to rest. By next year, if those rumors hold true , we’ll also have the super-sized 12.9-inch iPad alongside the regular 9.7-inch model and the mini. It’s a product some don’t fully understand, but there are scenarios in which a bigger iPad is truly better. It's not the first time we're heard the giant iPad rumor, and it won't be the last, either.

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Apple Planning 12.9-inch IPad For 2015: Bloomberg By Clip Syndicate Apple Incorporated is preparing to roll out a larger, 12.9-inch version of its iPad for 2015, with production set to begin in the first quarter of next year. The report comes as Apple struggles with declining sales of its 10-inch and 7.9-inch tablets, which are faltering as people replace iPads less frequently than expected and larger smartphones made by Samsung Electronics. ...Read More »
Rogers And Shaw Team Up To Launch A Netflix Competitor For Canada Called ‘Shomi’ By Clip Syndicate Canadian cable giants aren’t just going to watch their audience slip away to streaming services – two of the nation’s biggest providers have joined forces to launch "Shomi," a new subscription-based service that provides access to shows on-demand, with apps for tablets, phones, web, Xbox 360 and set-top boxes at launch. ...Read More »
Microsoft Cuts The Price Of The Surface 2 By $100 By Clip Syndicate Microsoft has cut the price of its Surface 2 tablet hybrid by $100, leaving the consumer-facing device with a price tag as low as $349. That price, however, doesn’t include a keyboard attachment that is generally viewed as mandatory to use any Surface tablet. The timing, as some have noted, coincides with similar price reductions that occurred last year for Surface tablets. ...Read More »
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Is Just Good Enough By Clip Syndicate Barnes Noble's latest Nook tablet is a 7-inch Android tablet that looks and works like most other Android 4.4 KitKat models. The tablet is thin and light. The Library Interface gets better when you make it full-screen. You can shop directly through the Wi-Fi-only device. This 3.1-megapixel camera is not really worth mention. There's also a 1.2MP Skype camera on the front -- a first for a Nook.

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Microsoft Tailors OneNote For Android Tablets, Updates OneNote For Windows By Clip Syndicate Fresh out this morning is a tablet optimized version of OneNote for Android, and several new features to OneNote for Windows. OneNote for Android tablets contains what Microsoft calls “handwriting support,” more formatting options, and interface tweaks to better suit larger tablet screens. In keeping with Microsoft’s cross-platform strategy, tablet support for a rival company’s devices isn’t surprising. ...Read More »
Fuhu Unveils The World’s Biggest Android Tablet Made For Family Collaboration, Socialization By Clip Syndicate Fuhu, the company that builds child-focused gadgets, unveiled the 20- and full HD 24-inch nabi Big Tab today to increase collaboration and sharing in the average household. Both tablets come with a carrying frame that acts as a kickstand, as well as a 15-point capacitive touch screen, Quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 processors, and 16 GB of memory. The tablets run Android 4.4.4, but have Fuhu’s Blue MorphoTM operating system over it. The tablet’s dual mode feature allows families to switch between nabi mode and parent mode. The nabi Big Tab HD 20” and nabi Big Tab HD 24” will launch in the fall at $449 and $549 respectively. At a high price, you get a big screen that runs several unoptimized apps, 30 minutes unplugged and the average parental controls you can find on most kid-friendly devices.

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Video: Walk This Way: Smart Shoes Lead The Way For The Blind By Clip Syndicate The days of burying one's nose in a phone trying to decipher directions could be over. Indian wearable tech startup Ducere Tech has created smart shoes called Lechal that can give the wearer directions without needing to look at a smartphone. Lechal translates as "take me there" in Hindi. The app connects via Bluetooth to a module that slides into the back of the shoe. The right or left shoe then buzzes depending on which direction the user should turn.

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Video: Reports Of The IPad's Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated By Clip Syndicate The tablet is dead. At least, that's what an array of breathless news reports would have you believe. Yes, it's true that tablet sales are on the decline in many markets and growing slower than others. But don't believe the unhype; the tablet isn't going to suffer the same fate as the netbook. Apple on Tuesday announced its third quarter 2014 earnings . And in what has become a trend, iPad sales failed to meet analyst expectations. ...Read More »
Video: How Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Stacks Up A Month Later By Clip Syndicate Microsoft has a new Surface tablet/PC hybrid, and it’s a departure from their first- and second-generation versions of the Surface line, with an all-new design and a bigger, better display. The device is basically the perfect partner for Windows 8 and the Modern Windows UI.

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