Friday, October 14, 2011

Today's Headlines

iPad 3 Reportedly Heading into Production
According to Susquehanna Financial analyst Jeff Fidacaro the device is headed into production.  There's a possibility of a March launch. 

Rave Review for the $79 Kindle
Critic Jamie Lendino:  "The new Amazon Kindle rings in at a bargain $79 price, establishes the new class standard for affordable ebook readers, and still features the best ebook store on the market."

Size Matters for Samsung's Expanding Group of Tablets
You’re probably already familiar with the Galaxy Tab 10.1.  Then there’s the newly released 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab.  And now we have the yet-to-be-released 4- and 5-inch Galaxy Player multimedia devices. Samsung's strategy:  smaller form factors will attract hesitant, would-be tablet adopters who haven’t sprung for an iPad.

Sony's Tablet Gets a Video-Download Service
Sony has added its Video Unlimited Service to the Sony Tablet S.  Video Unlimited is a download service enabling users to rent or purchases movies and TV show episodes in standard definition. For PCs and Sony home products, Video Unlimited is a streaming service offering standard- and high-definition video and some 3D movies.

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