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Consumers Losing Interest In Buying HDTV

This year at Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest consumer technology trade show, consumers were not interested in to buy HDTV. The biggest difference of the sales figures of HDTV comparing to previous all CES and this CES. What is the reason of losing interest in buying HDTV? Is it the Quality or something else?
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Massive Price Cut On HP TouchPad, Now At $99 Only

Are you preparing to buy a HP TouchPad 16GB or 32GB? Then Wait, first listen to us! HP offering 70-75% price cut on their TouchPad tablet.To buy a 16GB TouchPad you have to spend $99 and the 32GB TouchPad at $149. But no word on the 64GB model pricing.The date apparently put forward by HP is August 20th, but at least two Canadian retailers (Best…
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HP Provides $100 Discount On August 5-7 For TouchPad

Do you thinking to have a HP TouchPad? Then super discount news for you! Go to the HP.com and buy one right now and save $50. But if you wait until this weekend, you’ll be able to grab one for $100 off. This is a fleeting discount, however, with the slab sale starting today and ending on Sunday.
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Logitech Revue Got Price Drop To $99

Logitech officially drops Revue price to $99 and this giving prospective customers something awfully tempting to consider alongside the prospect of running Honeycomb on their TV right away. Logitech promises that when the Android 3.1 update comes to Google TV later this summer ustomers can expect an even richer experience than they've already…
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Fujitsu TH40 Tab Goes On Sale In Japan From July 22

The old TH40/D involved Fujitsu pushing back the sliding tablet's late-June release date. The device has been presented for the first time in May and exhibited at the fair in Taipei, Computex 2011. TH40 Fujitsu will market starting next July 22, 2011, just over a week. It's mid-July now, and things have been mostly quiet surrounding the 10-inch…
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MySpace Sold For $35 Million To Specific Media

Myspace was purchased by digital ad network Specific Media on Wednesday for $35 million and a fraction of the $580 million the company’s previous owner News Corp paid for it. It present owner News Corp will keep a 5-10% share of the company, though the deal is not yet finished and Specific has been somewhat quiet on any consumer-facing news, but…
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