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Amazon Announces Its New $50 Fire Tablet (With $250 6-Pack Option), The $100 Kids Edition, The Fire HD 8, And The Fire HD 10—Its Largest Tablet Yet

It's official. Amazon is ready to sell you a tablet for just $50. Not only that, it will let you order six of them together for $250. The Internet retailer is making the task of filling a home with tablets as affordable as bringing home a Wii U.

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PayPal Here Expands To Fit The Larger Screens Of Android Tablets

Several years back this company called Square produced a product that let people accept credit card payments on their smartphones using this portable swiper-thingy that plugs into the device's headphone jack. PayPal saw this and decided that it wanted in on this action, so it produced a similar offering known as PayPal Here. The solution worked with phones, but many businesses relying on such products for point-of-sale like to use tablets instead. Now PayPal Here works with those too.

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The PayPal Here app's bright and simplistic UI could possibly pass for one designed by Google, though considering how all over the place that company's apps can be, that's admittedly not narrowing things down all that much.

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Amazon Announces The Fire HD Kids Edition With A No Questions Asked Two-Year Guarantee

Amazon announced a handful of new Fire tablets tonight, one of which is designed specifically for kids. The company looks to be going after Fuhu's nabi and Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 Kids with the Fire HD Kids Edition, and it's going straight for the jugular.

First off, the Fire HD Kids Edition (FHDKE?) has an unheard of two year, no questions asked guarantee. If the tablet gets broken any time within the first two years – regardless of how it happens – Amazon will replace it at no charge. That's insane. Completely insane. And it's fantastic.


As if that in itself isn't enough, the tablet also comes with a year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited.

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AT&T Adds The LG G Pad 7.0 To Its Lineup On August 8th: $150 On-Contract, $250 Outright

When it comes to Android tablets on US carriers, you're lucky to find anything that isn't Samsung. But LG has been making a determined push as of late - in addition to expanding its G Pad lineup with three new models, they landed last year's G Pad 8.3 on Verizon. Today AT&T announced that it would make the smallest and cheapest current LG tablet, the G Pad 7.0, available on its LTE network starting this Friday, August 8th.

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You'll be able to buy a G Pad 7.0 with a new line of service and a two-year contract for $149.99, or $249.99 by itself.

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T-Mobile Adds The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 On June 4th And The Gold Galaxy S5 On May 30th

Starting next week, T-Mobile will bolster its lineup of available Samsung hardware. The big news here is the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, which will fill the somewhat shallow ranks of T-Mo's tablet selection. Magenta customers will also get access to the Galaxy S5 in Metallic Gold (Gooooooold!) starting on May 30th. The new color variant will be available online and in some retail stores, but only "for a limited time."

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The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition will be available starting June 4th, but if you're really excited, you can get a pre-order in right now. The tablet will cost you $99 down plus $23 a month for two years, bringing the total price up to a cringe-inducing $652.

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Adobe AIR Now Supports The Handful Of (Mostly Budget) Intel x86-Based Android Devices Out There

Adobe AIR for Android can now run natively on Intel x86-based mobile devices, enabling people who own such a device to better run games and web apps that require the AIR runtime. This support will allow AIR developers to target the x86 hardware directly, getting improved performance out of the apps they create. AIR may not be quite the household name that Adobe Flash was, but it's still prevalent enough where people without the software installed are at least missing out on something. So congrats to Adobe for rolling this one out.


Perhaps the real news here, though, is that there are enough Android devices out there with an Intel chip for Adobe to care.

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[Deal Alert] Woot Offering Various Galaxy Note And Galaxy Tab Factory Reconditioned Tablets Ranging From $160 To $385

There are a ton of Samsung tablets out there, and while each model isn't always a winner, customers typically can't go too wrong with picking one up. Woot's currently got a deal that should save anyone looking to buy one quite a few bucks. Customers can get a 2014 Galaxy Note 10.1 with 32GB of storage for $384.99 (compared to $549 on Amazon and cheaper than the last deal we came across). On the lower, smaller end, we have the 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 going for $159.99. These are factory reconditioned devices, not new ones, but chances are buyers may walk away without being able to tell the difference.

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33 Best (And 3 WTF) New Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (3/18/14 - 4/1/14)

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Samsung Announces The Galaxy Tab 4 Line In 7, 8, and 10.1-inch Varieties, All Packing KitKat And Mediocre Specs

With the introduction of the Galaxy TabPRO series earlier this year, you might expect the older Galaxy Tab line to continue to occupy the lower end of the market. And you'd be right: the Galaxy Tab 4 (or, stylized, Tab4) devices roughly follow in the footsteps of the Tab 3 hardware with 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10.1-inch varieties. And yes, they still have physical navigation buttons.

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All three Tab4 models will be offered in WiFi, 3G, and LTE flavors, though the mobile versions probably won't make it to America any time soon. They also share a few common specs, including an identical 1.2Ghz quad-core processor, a 1280x800 screen for all three models (an improvement over the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0's 1024x600 screen), 1.5GB of RAM, 3MP rear cameras, MicroSD card slots, and Samsung's TouchWiz-touched version of Android 4.4.

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Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 Preorders Are Live With Your Choice Of $199.99 On-Contract Or $0 Down Easy Pay

Sprint is joining the ranks of carriers that will take your cash for the promise of delivering a Galaxy S5 to your door next month. The device can be obtained in two ways on the Now Network – $199.99 (after a $50 mail in rebate) with a contract, or $0 down and monthly payments with Easy Pay.

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