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Barnes & Noble unveils Nook Tablet 10.1″: a $130 Android tablet with a sharp screen

Barnes & Noble just unveiled a new slate - the Nook Tablet 10.1". It's been a while since the last one and even longer if you don't count the rebranded Samsung Galaxy Tabs. The new tablet is available for pre-order at just $130 and the best thing about it is the screen - a 10.1" IPS panel with 1,920 x 1,200px resolution and 224ppi pixel density. That's a sharp display optimized for reading at a very affordable price. The corresponding Amazon Fire HD 10 is $150. Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet 10.1" Unlike it, the Nook Tablet 10.1" runs standard Android, so you get full access to the...



Facebook’s group video chat app Bonfire starts rolling out

A couple of months ago, there were reports that Facebook is working on a standalone group video chat app. Well, now the company has started rolling out the app, dubbed Bonfire. The roll out is limited at the moment, restricted to iOS users in Denmark. Bonfire lets you perform a video chat with several participants at the same time. It is reportedly similar to the Houseparty app, which is currently quite popular among teens. This new Facebook app offers ability to apply Snapchat-like effects. Not only that, you can also share pictures to Instagram, Facebook, and...



Huawei’s bootloader unlock service is being shut down

Huawei has quietly announced that it's discontinuing its bootloader unlock code application service. For every product launched after today, May 24, this will not be available at all. For products released before today, it will continue to work only for the next 60 days. After that, it will be stopped. Huawei says it's going to continue to provide you with quality services, but evidently bootloader unlocking is no longer going to be one of them. The stated reason for this move implies that ROM flashing caused various issues. It's also possible that this service didn't get a lot of interest...



Bezel-less Lenovo Z5 officially arriving on June 5

Information about the Lenovo Z5 and its record-breaking screen-to-body ratio keeps appearing on Weibo. First it was just a corner, then it was a sketch, then it was another corner and now we have an official launch date of the device. The phone is coming on June 5, as confirmed by Chang Cheng, Lenovo VP and former ZUK CEO. The event will take place in the Chinese capital Beijing at 2 PM. Official poster • Letter to the fans In a separate post earlier today Cheng said the Z5 will be a follow-up of the ZUK series that included the Z1, the Z2 Pro, the Z2 and the Edge. The...



The 4GB/64GB Nokia 6 (2018) is coming to the Netherlands in May for EUR300

The Nokia 6 (2018) will cost €279 for the 32GB version and €299 for the 64GB one and will be in stock in the Netherlands in about 8 weeks. The phone will begin selling next month but some markets may need to wait a bit more to get it. US customers are also in for a May release. The price puts the Nokia 6 (2018) in direct competition with a number of nicely specced phones but its vanilla Android will certain win a few fans over. Check out our hands-on with the Nokia 6 (2018) from the MWC to know more about the handset. Source 1 | 2