Pocketables is always looking for the best ways to bring you the latest tech news and reviews, along with our unique perspectives and opinions on the gadgets that people are most passionate about. That’s why we’re excited to announce two important updates to the site that we hope you’ll really enjoy:

Pocketables has expanded our exclusive, dedicated device coverage.

When we relaunched the new Pocketables back in May, we were excited to bring Nothing But Tablets and Good and EVO on board. Previously, these two stand-alone sites brought readers awesome coverage of everything flat and the HTC EVO series, respectively. And while we’ve merged these sites’ content and device coverage into the new Pocketables, we’ve also kept these sites’ individual identities, through those special links you see in the grey bar on the top of the site.

We’ve been doing something similar for a little while with some other popular devices. So in case you haven’t noticed this yet, you can now also find dedicated coverage of the ASUS Transformer Pad series, the HTC One series, and the Microsoft Surface – all in that same grey bar.

You can expect these “mini-sites” within Pocketables to be updated on a regular basis with news, reviews, and features related to these specific devices – and as time goes on, you can also expect to see our dedicated device coverage expand and evolve to include other gadgets that we’re passionate about. So keep your eyes on that grey bar!

We’ve updated our Google Currents feed to make navigation even easier.

If you’re not already subscribed to Pocketables on Google Currents, you’re missing out. To go along with our expanded device coverage, we’ve updated our Google Currents feed to give you quick access to the topics you care about most: Android, Apple, Microsoft, Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, the ASUS Transformer series, the HTC One series, and the Microsoft Surface. We also give you quick access to our most recent posts, features, reviews, the CrowdGadgets newsletter, and our YouTube channel. At the end of every article, we even give you an easy link to click so you can contribute to the comments section.

Pocketables on Google Currents is optimized for whatever device you’re using – Android phones, Android tablets, the iPhone, or the iPad – and it’s one of the best ways to read Pocketables on your mobile device.

You can subscribe by clicking here, or by searching for Pocketables within the Google Currents app.

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We’re always looking for ways to make Pocketables even better, so if you’ve got a suggestion of your own, let us know!