Hardware

Go Big: Larger Tablets for Bigger Jobs

Is it time to upgrade your tablet? If it’s more than a couple of years old, you probably should. You’ve missed out on a lot of advances in display definition, better processors, and higher RAM that could make your tablet experience a lot smoother and more productive.

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Do I Need a GoPro?

The GoPro line of active cameras is a staple of extreme sports videos, allowing intrepid adventurers to document their unique experiences like never before. However, GoPro cameras have a number of advantages over standard camera types that can make it attractive to casual users, particularly those who use their smartphones as their primary photography equipment.

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HTC One vs Samsung Galaxy S6: Comparing Android’s Elite

While iOS devotees choose from two models of the same device, Android enthusiasts are treated to two top-flight smartphones that make up the current kings of the category: The Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. Both devices arrived on the scene to significant fanfare and rampant buzz, but once release date has come and the boxes are open, the only way to determine the superior smartphone is to compare them directly.

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Using Your NOOK for Video Conferencing

NOOK’s new Samsung Galaxy Tab comes with a huge list of excellent new features, from the inclusion of streamlined and personalized apps to the exclusion of permanent “in your face” widgets that may not even be relevant to your preferences, but by far one of the best is the fact that the new NOOK runs Android 4.4 out of the box, giving it all the functions of a standard 7-inch Android tablet without the same “bloatware” apps and features found in most tablets.

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