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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review: A good first attempt at a Surface Pro rival

Over the past few weeks I've been using the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S. The name isn't catchy, but there's a lot to like about the hardware in this slim 12-inch Surface competitor, including the AMOLED display and fanless Core M CPU on the inside. Samsung also bundles a keyboard cover with this device, because these sorts of key accessories should be included in the purchase price.

Google stops selling the Nexus 9

Google has ended sales of the HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet a year and a half after its launch, making the Pixel C the only tablet available from the Google Store ahead of the launch of new Nexus devices later this year.

The End of Hardware?

The picture isn’t pretty. Whether it’s PCs, tablets, smart watches or now, even smartphones, the outlook for most major hardware device categories is not looking good, particularly in the US. The issue is that both consumers and businesses have already…

Apple moves to middle age

Most reports from yesterday’s Apple product launch event said that the first topic of the day was Tim Cook’s comments on the still-evolving Apple-FBI case. In fact, the very first thing that Apple showed was a tongue-in-cheek video segment that…

Samsung's Surface-like Galaxy TabPro S launches for $900

Samsung's Windows 10-powered Surface competitor will be available to buy in the United States today, priced at $899.99 including the keyboard cover. The tablet was first announced at CES 2016 and featured in our Best of CES awards, but this…