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8 reasons you should buy Apple’s most basic iPad instead of an iPad Pro

Apple sells four kinds of iPad right now, but most people will likely be picking between the iPad and one of the two iPad Pro models. While the iPad Pro sounds enticing, there are plenty of reasons to pick Apple's more affordable tablet.

Google’s mysterious ‘Fuchsia’ operating system could run Android apps – and it’s a huge step to prevent a flop

Google's new operating system Fuchsia could run on all types of devices, from laptops to phones, but support for existing Android apps will be critical.

Apple’s latest iPad may be boring, but it’s the perfect tablet for most people

The new 9.7-inch iPad is the most sensible iPad you can buy — and possibly the best tablet in the world.

Samsung will release its Galaxy Note 8 successor later this year — here are 7 features we’re expecting in the Galaxy Note 9

We've already heard several rumors about features that may or may not make it on to the Galaxy Note 9.

Here’s a list of Samsung devices expected to release after the Galaxy S9

A smartphone enthusiast discovered the codenames for several Samsung devices, including the Galaxy Note 9.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, right, checks out an iPad at Apple's education event in Chicago.

Apple’s newest iPad is the most boring iPad yet and a major missed opportunity

Apple unveiled a new iPad on Tuesday. Good luck spotting the differences between it and last year's model.

Microsoft is reportedly planning a new $400 tablet to compete with the iPad

Microsoft could release a new, low-cost Surface tablet as early as July. The tablet would start around $400, have a 10-inch screen, and would likely compete with Apple's 9.7-inch iPad.

Biometrics like Face ID are coming to your smartphone whether you like it or not

By 2020, 100 percent of smartphones will feature some kind of biometric technology.

This $600 tablet for ‘paper people’ is the best use of E Ink I’ve ever seen

The reMarkable tablet is meant for people that prefer paper to digital screens, but it comes with a hefty price tag.

Parents have been urged to stop their children bingeing on social media like ‘sweeties’ and ‘junk food’

"When phones, social media and games make us feel worried, stressed and out of control, it means we haven't got the balance right."