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Zareason Introduces Open And Hackable $349 Android Tablet

Zareason technologies have launched a new open and hackable Android tablet – ZaTab. The tablet costs $349 and is a beast in sheer power and performance.

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Nokia Builds Maps Momentum, Lands Oracle Deal

Nokia has some geolocation mojo. Can the company leverage map success into more smartphone sales?

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Intel: Behold the Tablets of Our Partners, Proof of Win8's Might

Windows 8 is ready, and to prove it Intel just listed PC chip partners who are putting Microsoft’s touchy operating system on its silicon.…...

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This $50 Stick Turns Any HDTV Into an Android-Powered Smart TV [TV]

If you're wondering how you can breathe life into that old TV set, the FAVI SmartStick might be what you're looking for. For $50, you get a dongle that provides your TV with Android and access to streaming movies and music. More »...

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Is $99 Nexus 7 Coming?

According to DigiTimes and its industry sources, Google may launch a $99 Nexus Tablet by the end of 2012 along with a new model of the existing Nexus 7 tablet.

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