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Even Toys"R"Us Has a Tablet Now

Toys"R"Us has taken a good long look at the increasingly crowded Android tablet market and decided it wants a minuscule sliver too. So starting October 1st, every child's favorite store will start selling a seven-inch, $150 Android device called the Tabeo (Tabby-oh? Tabe-e-oh?) targeted at younger users. More »...

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Alibaba's Aliyun OS Hopes to be 'Android of China'

Chinese Web giant says its Linux-based mobile operating system provides a choice for local phonemakers over Google's Android as it offers a better user experience with no challenges to functionalities such as maps and e-mail.

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New Activation Numbers Show Android Tablets Catching Up to iPad

Android tablet sales get a boost from the Nexus 7, putting Android within striking range of the up-to-now unassailable iPad.

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Verizon CEO: Samsung Could Be 'Dark Horse' with Own Mobile OS

Verizon's Lowell McAdam believes that Samsung has the capability of creating a successful third mobile operating system. [Read more]...

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Amazon Updates Its Kindle Line of E-Readers

With a new version of the Kindle Fire nearly as large as the iPad that undercuts its price by $200, Amazon made its challenge to Apple a little more serious.

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