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Android Powered Toshiba Regza AT200

Android Powered Toshiba Regza AT200

Toshiba Regza AT200 is a another world’s thinnest tablet, it is just 7.7 mm thick and its weight is 1.18 pound. It offers an amazing wide-view display for comfortable content consumption plus full web browsing capabilities to meet the preferred usage for tablets. Every bit as powerful as it is stylish and robust, this tablet is built to exceed expectations.

By On March 26, 2012 Respond
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GoldMiner OL HD – Premium Addictive Game For iPad [Free]

GoldMiner OL HD – Premium Addictive Game For iPad [Free]

GoldMiner OL HD is a nice popular game developed by LOCOJOY.,LTD. This game is so addictive that you will never know when your hours gone! This game was cost $4.99 which is now totally FREE to download from itunes store under game category! As it free try this game now!

By On March 25, 2012 Respond
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Reports Say New iPad Already Comprises Of 6% Of U.S. iPad Market

Reports Say New iPad Already Comprises Of 6% Of U.S. iPad Market

The new tablet from Apple, the new iPad, has been here for just a week now. And it already accounts for nearly 6.6 percent of total Apple tablets in US., according to a report. This shouldn’t come as a surprise since Apple revealed recently that it sold three million new iPad tablets on the first three days of its launch.

By On March 24, 2012 Respond
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Toshiba Excite 10 LE To See The Light Of Release On 6th March

Toshiba Excite 10 LE To See The Light Of Release On 6th March

Despite the fact that the name had been changed several times, the current good news is that Excite 10 LE tablet is getting released on the 6th of this March. Toshiba has announced that the tablet Excite 10 LE, formerly known as AT200 and then Excite X10, will be priced at $530. The tablet will be available in selected retail shops.

By On March 24, 2012 Respond
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New iPad Is 9.6 Degrees Fahrenheit Hotter Than iPad 2, Tests Say

New iPad Is 9.6 Degrees Fahrenheit Hotter Than iPad 2, Tests Say

A number of users have been reporting that the new iPad gets quite hot, compared to the iPad 2. This has been blamed primarily on the Retina display for which the processor has to do some heavy-duty work. But as a result, the new iPad become much hotter than iPad 2 did. According to tests, it has been confirmed now that compared to iPad 2, the new iPad gets to be 9.6 degree Fahrenheit hotter.

By On March 22, 2012 Respond
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Apple Announces Sales Of Three Million New iPad Tablets Since Launch

Apple Announces Sales Of Three Million New iPad Tablets Since Launch

In a surprising move, Apple has finally revealed the exact sales figures for the new iPad. And as always, Apple has well been able to top the best estimates put forth by analysts. While analysts have been saying that on the launch day, Apple will be able to sell up to three million iPad tablets, the company has now announced that it has been able to see a whooping three million units since launch, which was precisely three days ago.

By On March 21, 2012 Respond
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A5X Processor And Tegra 3 Pitted Against Each Other In Benchmark Tests

A5X Processor And Tegra 3 Pitted Against Each Other In Benchmark Tests

During the launch event of the new iPad, Apple claimed that in numerous benchmark tests,n A5X was up to four times faster than Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor. Naturally, Nvidia demanded Apple to prove this through whatever benchmark tests it had run to reach the conclusion. Now, Laptop Magazine has compared the two chips through a number of benchmark tests and their results are posted below.

By On March 20, 2012 Respond
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New iPad Compared To iPad 2 In Drop Test

New iPad Compared To iPad 2 In Drop Test

Its not easy watching a cool, and new, gadget go down in ruins. It is worse still to destroy something like the new iPad willingly and intentionally. But then if it is done to compare the ‘strength’ of a device, perhaps its not all that bad. Folks over at SquareTrade carried out a test comparing the durability of the new iPad against iPad 2 by..well…dropping them mercilessly from different heights. The video of the ‘test’ is posted below.

By On March 20, 2012 Respond
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Sony May Be Working On A Tegra 3 Android 4.0 Tablet

Sony May Be Working On A Tegra 3 Android 4.0 Tablet

The current generation of Sony’s tablet runs Tegra 2 processor. So a natural transition for the company in its next tablet would be to move on to Tegra 3 processor, unless the company contemplates a huge shift. That much is logical deduction. But we now also have a somewhat fickle reason to believe that Sony is actually working on just such a tablet, one with Tegra 3 processor and Android 4.0.

By On March 20, 2012 Respond
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Dell Hopes A Come-Back In The Tablet Market With Windows 8 Tablets

Dell Hopes A Come-Back In The Tablet Market With Windows 8 Tablets

Dell hasn’t been doing particularly well in transitioning from being a PC vendor to a company who ships PCs as well as tablets. Particularly, it hasn’t seen any significant success on the tablet front. In a recent interview to Reuters, Dell’s chief commercial officer, Steve Felice said that there is still a lot of room in the tablet market and Dell may plan a come-back with Windows 8 tablets as well as Android tablets.

By On March 20, 2012 Respond
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Record Sales, Activations By AT&T On Launch-Day Of New iPad

Record Sales, Activations By AT&T On Launch-Day Of New iPad

It seems that the estimates of analysts and the hopes of Apple haven’t been misplaced after all. Analysts predicted earlier Apple may be able to sell as much as one million new iPad tablets on the launch day. And though Apple hasn’t divulged the exact figures, AT&T has revealed this much that it had record-sales and activations of new iPad on the launch-day.

By On March 20, 2012 Respond
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EA Announces Three Retina-Ready iOS Games For The New iPad

EA Announces Three Retina-Ready iOS Games For The New iPad

The new tablet from Apple, termed the new iPad, is flying right off the shelves ever since its launch. The demand for the tablet is huge. This is about to result in a huge market for Retina-ready apps, games and other content to display on the ultra-high res screen of the new iPad. Whereas a number of Retina-ready apps have already been released, Electronic Arts may be among the first gaming industry giants to announce its Retina-ready version of iOS games.

By On March 19, 2012 Respond
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Russia Aims To Send Man To The Moon And Mars By 2030

Russia Aims To Send Man To The Moon And Mars By 2030

The Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos wants to prove their efficiency. By 2030, They are going to send a manned craft around the moon, build ion-powered space tugs and they’ll try to visit Mars. Roscosmos has already submitted their plan to its government. By 2020, Roscosmos is also looking to replace its current rockets ‘Soyuz’ and ‘Proton’ with a new rocket named ‘Angara.’

By On March 19, 2012 Respond
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Quick Review Of The New iPad After 24 Hours Usage

Quick Review Of The New iPad After 24 Hours Usage

So the new iPad is here, its sales are strong, it has pretty much stunned the world with its ultra-clear Retina display and Apple is expecting a big fortune out of it. But is it really worth it, with all that talk of the Retina display, 1080p content, A5X processor and quad-core graphics? Let’s give all these features a look in the context of a day with the new iPad and see how justified are the claims by Apple.

By On March 19, 2012 Respond
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Camera Sensors In The New iPad Are The Same As iPhone 4

Camera Sensors In The New iPad Are The Same As iPhone 4

We reported earlier that iFixit has torn down the entire new iPad to its very core to reveal its intricate details. While we did report a lot of technical details divulged by the folks at iFixit, it has now been revealed by Chipworks that the new iPad, despite using a better camera, utilize the same camera sensor which was used in iPhone 4.

By On March 18, 2012 Respond
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