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The Future of Tablets Does Look a Lot Like Apple’s Retina Mini

Technology has been handed to us as a step function. They first present to us a tablet, then it's better, faster, stronger offspring. The  a bit later again, its smaller sibling, to be followed by its improved version just a few months later. This is the marketing model all Tech companies have been adopting lately. It's a bit of a pain, really, to know that Tech companies know exactly what their products will look like in 5 years, but noticing that they are only serving it to us in stages. Nevertheless, ...
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How the Entire Computing World Will Converge Towards 7-Inch Tablets

The Smartphone era was a game changer bringing powerful computing machines to the palms of the average consumer. To highlight the power of these phones, a flagship smartphone today is as powerful as an average laptop in 2008 and actually much speedier packing an optimized operating system and solid state drive (SSD). But the noticeable trend in smartphones seem to be bigger is better with screen sizes going from 3.5 inch on the first iPhone(which was huge back then) to 5 inches on the latest galaxy ...
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Nexus 10: ASUS, I Choose You!

It seems that Google is expanding its recent gap from Samsung and attempting to demolish its potential threat. Other than purchasing Motorola, Google has now partnered with Asus to manufacture the new Nexus 10,rather than with Samsung. Asus which is known for building affordable sturdy products, such as the Nexus 7, is now in charge of the new Nexus 10. The Nexus 10 refresh is still in the bidding phase, but what triggered the alarms was the following image leak provided from Geek.com The retail ...
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Is the iPad 4 Worth Buying?

What does the latest iPad bring into the tablet battleground? What does it add to the experience of current iPad owners? Things are to be analyzed rather meticulously when it comes to older models owners, since those models got rather fragmented, given the release pace of iPads over the past three years, and the multiplicity of sub-models (capacity-dependent, size-dependent, color-dependent...). Is the new iPad worth buying? That depends from where you come from and on what your needs are. For ...
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