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Apple shared its March quarter earnings with the public yesterday afternoon, and while they managed to keep a steady quarter with their iPad sales, it wasn’t enough to thwart the
Verizon Wireless officially began their payment plan option yesterday, giving customers the ability to purchase and activate service on a full retail priced device and pay for it in monthly
Hope you’re not sick of hearing about Samsung yet, because we read some interesting news from the techie site technobuffalo.com this morning that we want to share with you. All
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note 8.0 will be hitting U.S. soils in but a few days, on April 11. Priced at $399, the 8-inch tablet will be offered
Google will introduce a next-generation of the Nexus 7 tablet, possibly with a lower price tag, according to Reuters. Reportedly, Asus will be the hardware partner of choice however the
Ematic today announced the Genesis Prime tablet, an $80 Jelly Bean experience that features Google’s official Play Store blessing. Offering full access to the Google suite of apps, the 7-inch
AT&T today announced that the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE will be available starting from April 5. Available as standalone for $399, the tablet can be added to one
Amazon seems to be on a tablet price slashing spree lately, and the latest news seems to continue the trend. According to techcrunch.com, it is rumored that a $99 Kindle
Verizon and Samsung today announced that the 10.1-inch Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available starting March 7. Priced at $599.99 it definitely doesn’t come cheap for the 4G LTE ready
U.S. Cellular announced the addition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to their 4G LTE line-up this morning. The Galaxy Note was previously offered only as a wireless option to
Lenovo yesterday announced a trio of Android-based tablets, Lenovo has officially announced three new tablets, all running Jelly Bean: S6000, A3000 and A1000. The new A-series are 7-inch models with the
Sony today introduced the “world’s slimmest and lightest” tablet, the Tablet Z. Built with many of the same design cues and aesthetics of the Xperia Z smartphone, the 10.1-inch tablet
Archos today introduced a threesome of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet known as the Platinum series. Available in 8-inch, 9.7-inch and 11.6-inch options, each comes with high definition IPS displays, quad-core processors,
After a short delay, the gaming tablet will soon be offered at $249.99.
The Nexus 7 will be refreshed with a “full HD” 1080p display and thinner bezel, reports Digitimes. Expected to carry the same attractive $200-$250 price point as the current model,