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According to new research by a market-analysis firm, Apple, Amazon and Samsung are the top three tablet brands in the United States, but will these companies keep enjoying huge annual increases in shipments? Maybe not.
Amazon Coins are now open for use on Android devices other than Amazon's own Kindle Fire tablets, the e-commerce giant announced today.
Amazon will soon be going from virtual stores to physical ones with the help of its Kindle tablets, if a recent report holds true.
The market for brand-name tablets was up strongly in the final quarter of last year, with Android-based devices narrowly outselling Apple's iPad, according to industry analysts.
The number of tablets in use made by Apple, Samsung, and other top brands could exceed 285 million by the end of 2013, according to ABI Research.
There are surprisingly good tablets available for under $300, and some, much less. TabletPCReview recommends the ones that make the best presents.
The prices of some of the most popular tablets increase substantially as the amount of internal storage capacity goes up. A study by a British magazine shows that there's little justification for this.
DisplayMate compared the screens of several smaller tablets, and judged that the recently-released iPad mini 2 has a noticeably poorer display than the Google Nexus 7 II and 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire HDX.
There's a new version of the Fire OS for Amazon's latest tablets. This brings new consumer-oriented features like integration with Goodreads, as well as business-friendly features.
Because of the high price of the iPad, Samsung came out ahead of Apple for the first time in J.D. Power's most recent poll on the satisfaction of tablet users.
Amazon has begin shipping the 7-inch version of the Kindle Fire HDX. The latest version of this tablet includes an updated operating system and new multimedia features.
Amazon has officially announced the next generation of its Android-based tablets. The Kindle Fire HDX will come in two different sizes and include an updated operating system and new multimedia features.
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