Thursday, October 20, 2011

Today's Headlines

Kindle Fire May Be Holiday Season's Hottest Gadget
The Kindle Fire tablet may be the hottest selling gadget this holiday, pressuring Inc's profit margins but giving the world's largest Internet retailer potentially millions of new high-spending customers. 
Technology blog AllThingsD reported on October 6 that Amazon is selling over 25,000 Fires a day, citing unidentified sources close to the company.

Asus Transformer 2 Tablet First to Use Nvidia's Tegra 3 Chip
 Asus took the stage at All Thing D's AsiaD conference Wednesday to offer sneak peaks at its upcoming Eee Pad Transformer 2, the first tablet powered by Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor. 

Kobo Enters the Tablet Market
Globe and Mail
The Toronto-based manufacturer is entering the increasingly-crowded market for cheap tablet computers, releasing a touch-screen, color device that runs on theAndroid operating system. The device allows for e-reading of books, magazines and newspapers, and also allows users to watch movies, listen to music and play video games like they do on other tablets.

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