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Briefly: Walmart's T-Mobile tablets, Gmail for Android saves to Drive

updated 03:15 am EDT, Tue May 20, 2014

T-Mobile announces launch of its tablets at Walmart

T-Mobile has announced that Walmart will offer its tablets nationwide. Featuring T-Mobile's "Free Data for Life" offer, customers receive 200MB of monthly data for the life of each tablet, with prepaid plans starting at $10 per month for up to 1.2GB of data. The Trio AXS 3G Quad Core tablet is now available for $180, and includes a 7.85-inch screen, 1.2GHz processor and 16GB on-device storage. The HP Slate 7 HD tablet will be available in June for $230, featuring 4G connectivity, multi-touch HD wide angle viewing, Beats Audio enhancement and 16GB on-device storage.




Gmail on Android now allows saving attachments to Drive

Gmail for Android has received an update, allowing users to save files directly to Google Drive, which in turn improves access to desired information. The navigation menu can now be accessed with a single swipe gesture, and explanations have been added for why messages are sent to the spam folder. Lastly, the update includes improved right-to-left language support. The changes to the Gmail app for Android are expected to roll out to all users within the next few days.



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