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Hands On With the $20 Indian Android Tablet

The cheapest Android tablet I've ever seen costs $20, with a $2 per month unlimited data plan, and I'm holding it right now. It might not just change the tablet market. It might change the world.

 

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Droid Razr HD, Maxx HD get Android 4.1 next week

The pair of Motorola smartphones will see a Jelly Bean update starting the first week of December...

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Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean Binaries Added to AOSP

Barely a fortnight after the Android 4.2 binaries were added to the Android Open Source Project database, here comes Android 4.2.1. It appears as if the files have been uploaded for the Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus (Verizon model included), but the Nexus 4 is being omitted.

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Microsoft Surface Pro Will Be Out in January... And Costs More Than a MacBook Air

Microsoft Surface RT didn't quite live up to Microsoft's promise of a true next-generation device, but you know what might? Microsoft Surface Pro. The good news: the Intel-powered ultrabookish tablet mash-up will be out in just a couple of months. The bad news? It might cost more than you want...

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The 10 Best Linux-Based Gifts Under $500 (Slideshow)

This slideshow gives us 10 Linux-based consumer electronics devices beyond Android that are fit to be gift-wrapped, for under $500.

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