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Asus Confirms 7-Inch Nexus Killer MeMO Pad

Around three weeks ago, we reported that ASUS was preparing to release a 7-inch Android tablet branded MeMO Pad soon. But nothing was officially acknowledged then. Now, ASUS has confirmed that 7-inch Android tablet "MeMO Pad" really exists by creating an official page of the tablet.
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According To Reports, Windows RT License Will Cost $85

As we move closer to the release of Microsoft's much-anticipated Windows 8 and Windows RT, a number of speculations and reports are surfacing about the two. Just to make things clear, Windows RT is the version that will be running on ARM hardware. Now, some reports have pegged a price range for Windows RT.
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Google Changes Nexus Marketing Strategy, Gets More Partners

Google's flagship device, Galaxy Nexus and other devices in the Nexus lineup have been quite a hit with the world of Android users. While Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S were initially through carriers or non-Google retailers, Google has been selling the Nexus One device directly through its site. The device was sold as unlocked. Now, it seems that Google…
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Nokia May Launch Windows 8 Tablet By The End Of This Year

The partnership between Nokia and Microsoft has grown quite important for both. Microsoft is relying heavily on Nokia to pitch in its Windows Phone devices and Nokia is counting on the powerful UI of Microsoft to let it deal a fine hand in the smartphone market. All that now depends on how successful Nokia Lumia series will emerge this year. It…
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Apple iPad Is More Popular In Korea Than Samsung Tablets

Apple and Samsung are locked in a fierce battle over the sales of their tablets and smartphone devices. So far, Apple has well outdone Samsung on both front quite effectively. The latest battlefield that Apple has won over is Korea, the very home ground of Samsung. Although Samsung is perhaps among the most well-known brands in Korea, it's share in…
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Archos 70b Android 3.2 Honeycomb Tab At $199

The new Archos 70b tablet powered by Android 3.2 Honeycomb will be less than two hundred USD. The 70b Internet Tablet, the company's first Honeycomb-based slate features with a 1.2 GHz processor, 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, 8 gigs of flash storage, 512MB of RAM and WiFi connectivity. The Archos 70b may familiar to the tablet lovers, that is…
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