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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

A Tale of Two Tablets

Lenovo built a pair of tablets that, when docked, turn into smart screens. That's a smart use for technology that often ends up on a shelf in between uses. Taking an Android tablet, and sprinkling in a little Google Assistant or Alexa is a neat idea. But how's the execution? That's the real story. Plus we take a deep dive into Google's announcements this week and we have our first giveaway!

Google Pixel 5 vs. Pixel 4a 5G: Which is right for you?

Google announces the Nest Audio, a Google Home successor for 2020

Chromecast with Google TV review: Google just won the living room

Google will make it easier to install and use third-party app stores with Android 12

The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

It's official: We're not getting a OnePlus 8T Pro

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau officially nixed the idea of a OnePlus 8T Pro.

Amazon One lets you pay with your palm

Tech companies are not satisfied with your face, fingerprint, and voice. Now they're coming for your palm prints.

Elon Musk is frustrated by media coverage of Tesla Battery Day: 'It's sad'

Elon Musk wasa not thrilled about Battery Day coverage. Maybe next time, bring a battery.

The world’s first foldable PC is now available to order from Lenovo

Lenovo's first foldable tablet/laptop is up for preorder.

Surface Laptop Go: Microsoft's 12.4-inch laptop for $549

Microsoft unveiled a tiny laptop meant to compete with Chromebooks.

Microsoft’s updated Surface Pro X has a faster processor and new platinum color option

Microsoft also rolled out a new Arm-powered always connected Windows PC.

Dramatic Timelapse From Hubble Shows a Star Literally Exploding in Nothingness

Hubble watch star go boom.

Going in-depth with Nintendo’s augmented reality Mario Kart RC car

Driving a car around your living room sounds pretty cool.

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