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As Tablet Shipments Soar, Notebooks Take a Hit, Research Finds

NPD DisplaySearch says tablet shipments hit 72.7 million units in 2011, and could grow to 383.3 million by 2017.

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Will Google's Chrome OS be dead on arrival?

Here's a ComputerWorld column suggesting that ChromeOS may face a difficult future. "Chrome-based notebooks are still months away from release, but it's not at all clear that when they finally arrive, people will want them. Given that Android tablets and Windows-based netbooks will be likely available at the same price...

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LG's Optimus Z Rears its Square Head, as Android Tablet is Referred to Again

That mysterious Optimus Z phone from the other week has been formally introduced by LG, but for now it's only getting a release in the land of kimchi and soju—Korea. A global release is expected later, however. More »...

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What Could You Do With a $35 Tablet?

The media has been buzzing about a prototype tablet from India. This article in NetworkWorld is one of many covering a device that may be available in 2011...

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Survey: Android Tablets "Sad State of Open Source"

A survey of eight makers of Android-based tablets found only one in compliance with the GPL requirements of the Linux kernel within Android...

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