Tablets

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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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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How to Gift the Perfect Tablet this Holiday Season

If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you may have heard the ubiquitous tablet being referred to as the “it gift” of the season. Well folks, for once, mainstream media got something right. Tablets are the Tickle Me Elmo of 2013. I’m not saying any store clerks are going to be trampled in a mad dash for a new iPad, but there aren’t many Christmas trees that will be short a tablet nestled beneath their bountiful branches.

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6 Tips for Finding the Right Tablet for Reading and Writing

Everyone knows that tablets are great for surfing the web, but the demands on these devices are growing and the need for various forms of mobile computing is intensifying. Consider those industries that require intensive reading and writing – writers, editors, and literary agents, just to name a few. Is there a tablet that will facilitate their needs? Following are six tips for finding the perfect tablet for the reading and writing industry.

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iPad Tricks that Business Users Should Know

For most common users, Apple’s iPad provides a means for consuming content, and for that matter anything – music, video and text. As a business user, you may want to put the iPad to better use. Apple’s documentation, though elaborate, throws little light on how an iPad can be used to enhance your performance in a business environment. Business users hit upon some features accidentally and use those features, or simply miss them entirely.

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Getting A Taste of Google’s Unveiling of New Devices

Google proved this week that although one Hurricane Sandy might put a halt on a big planned press event, it wasn’t enough to stop them from revealing the much-anticipated new Nexus gadgets. All of the new products were quite a bit to take in, and one might have found it necessary to stop and keep track of just who was carrying what, but all of the new pieces are looking quite promising.

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Tips for Your New Kindle Fire Tablet

The Kindle Fire tablet has quite a few things going for it, including a nice entry price that is much less than the cost of some of the other tablets out there. However, the Fire does have some differences, so if you’ve used other tablets in the past, then you might find that the Fire is a bit different. The following tips should help you get up to speed with the tablet quickly though.

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