Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Today's Headlines

Amazon's Tablet Computer "Is Very Real"
Journalist MJ Siegler:  "It’s called simply the “Amazon Kindle”. But it’s not like any Kindle you’ve seen before. It displays content in full color. It has a 7-inch capacitive touch screen. And it runs Android....How do I know all of this? Well, not only have I heard about the device, I’ve seen it and used it. And I’m happy to report that it’s going to be a big deal. Huge, potentially."

Red Ink May Be the Path to Tablet Success
Lemon Grove Patch
 If you’re not Apple, this market is simple. You can be the dominant iPad rival just by taking a haircut of $200-$300 on every tablet you sell.

Court Order Results in Samsung Yanking Tablet from Berlin Trade Show
ABC News (video)
Samsung pulled its brand new Galaxy 7.7 tablet from one of the world's largest electronics shows in Berlin. The move came after a German court banned all sales and marketing of the device.

Sony Tablets Faulted for High Pricing
Sony has created some innovative hardware designs with its Sony Tablet S and Tablet P devices. However, it didn't move the needle on price versus iPad or Amazon's forthcoming "Honeycomb" slates.

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