Motorola shipped a whopping 1 million tablets in 2011

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One year after making its debut we learn that Motorola has only shipped one million tablets.

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Tablet Ownership Increased in USA during the Holiday Season

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Over the past few years, tablet devices have become a hot item. Many people consider this a new generation of computing. In the United States, people prefer the larger screens and consider them more useful than mobile phones. According to Pew Research Center, tablet ownership is rapidly ...

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Each Kindle Fire generating more than $100 in additional revenue for Amazon

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We’ve learned that even though the Kindle Fire sells for only $199.99 it actually costs slightly more than that to manufacture and sell them.  What normally sounds a little bit silly – selling devices for a loss – is actually turning out to be rather profitable for Amazon. ...

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Android 4.0 Confirmed for Archos G9 Tablets

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Archos is brand name that is quite popular and known all over the world. We all love them for their wide range of Android tablets. If you are familiar with their G9 Tablets or currently using one of them, then you would love to hear that Archos just confirmed an ICS update for G9 Line.

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Amazon selling 1 million+ Kindle Fires a week as demand increases

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Not only are the Kindle Fire sales doing well, but the demand is getting higher.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 becomes American Airlines in-flight entertainment

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Select flights will have access to more than 70 movies as well as television shows, and audio programs with the Samsung tablet.

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Verizon announces 10.1-inch and 8.2-inch DROID XYBOARD tablets

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Customers will have two sizes and multiple storage options to choose from later this month.

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HTC Quattro render image leaked, looks familiar

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We recently told you that HTC will be launching their first ever quad-core tablet along with Android 4.0. The tablet, which goes by the name Quattro was recently caught on camera by our friends over at PocketNow. The Quattro is set to feature a 10.1 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of ...

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Office Depot to offer Lenovo K1 IdeaPad for $299 on Black Friday

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With a savings of $150 off its normal price, the Lenovo tablet will be tough to pass up.

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Netflix unveils new design for Android tablet experience

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Timed with the release of the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, Netflix has formally unveiled the new look of their Android application.  Dropping in the Android Market last week, this new look is designed to take advantage of the larger display sizes of tablets.  The redesigned experience ...

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HTC Launching Quad-Core Tablet at MWC? (Update – it’s called Quatro)

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HTC is the latest company tied to an Android 4.0 tablet with Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Amazon rumored to offer 8.9-inch tablet before quad-core Hollywood arrives

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Word on the street this morning is that Amazon is set to introduce a third model in their Android-based tablet line in the new year.  Expected to arrive before the 10.1-inch quad-core  ‘Hollywood’ tablet, this new model will come with an 8.9-inch display size.  According to a ...

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GameStop tablets available now, bundled with six games

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Buy one of the three tablets and receive a handful of games at no additional cost.

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Motorola now rolling out Android 3.2 for UK XOOM

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The Motorola XOOM was the first ever tablet to feature Google’s tablet optimized OS known as Honeycomb. The latest version of Honeycomb is known as Android 3.2 and it was launched for theUS version of the XOOM almost 3 months ago, leaving the European version in the dark. It seems the ...

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Android found all over PC World’s Top 100 Best Products of 2011

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Android phones, tablets, eReaders, apps, and more command no less than 16 listings.

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