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Tablets will account for about 80% of all computers sold by 2016, according to an article at the site Twice, quoting CEA researchers. The CEA is the group behind the giant CES consumer electronics show. 

A... big part of tablet’s growth will come at the expense of PC sales as well as lower  cost tablet models. Jack Cutts, CEA’s business intelligence senior manager, said he expects $99 tablets to be available...

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The glass making giant plans to take the wraps off Gorilla Glass 3 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week, with these glass panels said to make the touchscreens of both smartphones... and tablets stronger and more scratch resistant.

Corning says that Gorilla Glass 3 is three times stronger than its predecessor, Gorilla Glass 2, and is 40% more resistant to scratches and the visib...

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FCC filings for the firm’s latest Windows 8 tablet, the ThinkPad Helix, were made public recently and highlight that the model has an 11.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) dockable display and that... it comes with LTE and WiFi connectivity.

The tablet also comes with an array of Intel Ivy Bridge processor options and is rumored to have a 10 hour battery life, which would be a pleasant surp...

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Reeling off the firm’s latest stats at the CES Unveiled press conference in London, CEA analysts Shawn DuBravac and Steve Koenig explained that while consumer spending on technology goods is expected... to stay on par with 2011, tablets will outperform the rest of the market.

“Tablets and smartphones are set to dominate holiday season in the U.S, the UK and throughout Western Europe. These are...

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The Verge unearthed the court documents which show that the Samsung tablet – codenamed P10 on a company roadmap – will have a 16:10 aspect ratio and will boast a pixel density of 256 pixels... per inch. In contrast, the new iPad's Retina Display has a PPI of 264.

This is not the first time reports have surfaced on a high-resolution Samsung tablet. Back in December of last year, tech...

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Griffin showed off the cases, which can fit the first, second or third-generation iPads, at the UK’s Gadget Show, and said that the cases are now just coming to the UK and European markets. To... illustrate just how tough these cases are, the firm also ran a video showing a man throwing and kicking an iPad at every given opportunity.

The new Survivor for iPad cases are available for &po...

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ViewSonic has big plans to expand its line of tablets this year including both Windows and Android-based models. But a story in the Taiwan-based publication Digitimes claims the company also plans to... sell a tablet running Windows 8 before Microsoft officially releases the completed version of the new operating system. 

“ViewSonic plans to launch Windows 8-based tablet P...

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One of the key features demoed is an update to the BlackBerry Bridge software that links the PlayBook to a users’s BlackBerry smartphone. The site PocketLint reports RIM showed how Bridge 2.0... will let you remote control your PlayBook, so you not only get full navigation from the device, but you'll also be able to use your smartphone keyboard to enter text on your PlayBook. 

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Specific details on the tablet are few and far between at present. German-language website TabTech gives the screen size (not the resolution) and says that the tablet will run Android 4.0, while AndroidAndMe... believes that the slate will have a resolution of 2560 x 1600 and the 2GHz Exynos 5250 dual-core ARM chip, which was announced by Samsung late last year.

In fact, the source claimed to have seen a...

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In a new report, the research firm said that tablet shipments would reach 253 million units in 2016, followed by Ultrabooks with 178 million shipped units.

The report suggests that this rise... of the Ultrabook could present headaches for manufacturers, who must now carefully align their product strategies so that the two form factors do not end up competing against one another.

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