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Google Play For Education-Powered Android Tablets Are Now Available To UK Schools

Through the Google Play for Education platform, Google has brought Android tablets to schools throughout parts of the US, along with the apps teachers require to put the hardware to use in their classrooms. Now the search giant is expanding the offering to the UK, including software that caters to the country's curriculum.

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HP Announces Pro Slate 8 And 12 Tablets With 4:3 Screens And Included 'Duet' Smart Pen

HP has just announced a pair of new business-oriented Android tablets, the Slate Pro 8 and 12. These devices have high-resolution 4:3 screens and come with a smart digital pen powered by Qualcomm technology. These are niche products, but also rather neat.

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[Deal Alert] LTE-Equipped NVIDIA Shield Tablet Plus Free Controller For $368 At B&H Photo (Usually $460)

It's probably too late to pick up a last minute gift, but maybe you can order a little something for yourself. B&H Photo has a great deal on the LTE-equipped NVIDIA Shield Tablet right now. It's just $368 and comes with a free Shield controller.

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Tip: Chrome Beta On Tablets Now Has An Easy Way To Close All Tabs

 

Have you ever let the number of tabs in Google Chrome get out of hand? A nifty trick has popped up in Chrome Beta's tablet interface, now making it simple to deal with a large amount of tabs. Simply press and hold on the "X" you would normally use to close a single tab, and you will be prompted with a small dialogue that says "Close all tabs." Hit that and you have a clean slate.

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The LTE-Equipped Nexus 9 Pops Up On The US Play Store, Ships By December 19th For $599

After appearing for sale on T-Mobile earlier today, the LTE version of Google's Nexus 9 tablet has gone live in the US Play Store. It's the same basic device that launched a few weeks ago, but now it has its own LTE data connection. The price? Still a whopping $599.

2014-12-12 12_54_13-Nexus 9 (32GB, LTE, Indigo Black) - Devices on Google Play

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[Deal Alert] All Nexus 9 WiFi Models Are $50 Off On Amazon Right Now

The Nexus 9 is a good tablet, if you ask me. It's not as great as we were all hoping, but you don't have many options for 4:3 Android slates. The price isn't where it needs to be, though. Amazon has the device on sale today for $50 off all WiFi models, which I think should have been the regular price.

2014-11-27 15_21_37-Amazon.com_ Google Nexus 9 Tablet (8.9-Inch, 16 GB, Black)_ Computers & Accessor

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What We Use 2014: The Stuff Rita Can’t Live Without

I love gadgets. I remember wandering around the electronics store, checking the specs on every portable radio cassette player, and drooling over an Aiwa one that could play both sides of the tape without requiring manual flipping. I was also the 14-year-old girl who went to the computer shop and had a list of every spec she wanted in her first computer.

Now in my (very) late twenties, that passion hasn't subsided.

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Verizon Launches LTE-Equipped LG G Pad 7.0 And 10.1 With Temporary Promo Prices Of $49.99 And $199.99 On Contract

Big Red has just announced a pair of (kind of) budget-friendly tablets with LTE just in time for the holidays. So why not give someone the gift of a two-year mobile data contract? Well, maybe you should ask first. At any rate, you can get the LG G Pad 7.0 and 10.1 for $49.99 and $199.99 with a new contract, but these are temporary promo prices.

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T-Mobile Says The LTE-Equipped Nexus 9 Is Coming In Early December

As is the tradition with tablets, Google launched the Nexus 9 recently as a WiFi-only device. The LTE version would be along later, we were told, but no one knew when. Now with T-Mobile's Nexus 6 announcement, they're throwing in an update on the Nexus 9 with LTE—it'll be out in early December.

2014-11-19 13_51_38-Google Nexus 9 Tablet _ Nexus 9 Tablet Reviews & Specs _ T-Mobile

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What We Use 2014: The Stuff Cody Can’t Live Without

When it came time to think about writing a “What We Use” post last year, I was still somewhat new to the AP team and I had just learned that I was about to be the new Teardown guy, so I took a pass on attempting to compile my entire toolset in a single article. I can’t say that I’m any more prepared to do one this year, but I couldn’t resist joining in on the fun.

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