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Lenovo unveils five affordable tablets, starting with a $70 Android Go Edition tab

Lenovo unveiled a roster of five new tablets. They start with a super-affordable $70 slab and move up by building up multimedia prowess. The price of the top tow models hasn't been revealed yet, but we can't imagine it's anything scary. Lenovo Tab P10 and Tab M10 These two are 10.1" tablets with a solid 1,920 x 1,200px screen, an IPS panel no less. And they are driven by a Snapdragon 450 chipset, which with its octa-core CPU is significantly faster that what the other three tabs have. The Lenovo Tab P10 is the top model and as such it has four loudspeakers around the screen (complete...



T-Mobile’s Layer3 TV acquisition completed

T-Mobile is announcing that its newest acquisition of Layer3, a small cable TV company, is completed. This means the Un-Carrier is on track to launch a competing TV service sometime this year. Back in December, T-Mobile announced that it was on track to acquire a small cable TV company in order to leverage disruption of the Satellite and Cable TV industries in the US. Cable companies are often accused of trying to pull the wool over customers' eyes by slipping extra charges into their monthly bills. What makes this frustrating is often times there is only one cable or internet company...



T-Mobile offering $130-off the Galaxy Note8, additional $200 with Samsung Pay Promo

T-Mobile recently ended its Buy One Get One free promotion with the Samsung Galaxy Note8. If you're still in the market for one on T-Mobile, you can take advantage of the latest offer from T-Mobile. You can get $130 off of the Galaxy Note8 by putting just $100 down (plus taxes for total cost) as opposed to the normal $230 down-payment that T-Mobile requires for you to buy the Note8 on an EIP (Equipment installment plan). Add this to 24 monthly payments of $30 for a grand total of $820. You can get an additional $200 in the form of Samsung Rewards points that you can redeem on...



Ristar joins the Sega Forever Collection on Android and iOS

The Sega Forever Collection just received a new addition - Ristar. While not as popular as Sonic, the game is a platformer made by the same team and published in 1995 for the Sega Genesis. While Sonic has his speed, Ristar uses his stretchable arms, which are the core mechanic of the game - they are how you navigate obstacles through the many levels and the main means of attack. Check out the video below for a quick sample of the gameplay. Sega Ristar resurrected for smartphones If you like what you see, head to the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. As other Sega...



8GB Sony Xperia M4 Aqua comes with only 1.26GB usable memory

If you have been considering purchasing the new Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, then you might want to spend a bit more and spring for the 16GB model. According to Xperia Blog, the 8GB version of the phone only has 1.26GB of usable memory on the device when you first start it. (more…)