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Gartner market research firm released their prediction stating that by the end of the 2013 there will be over 102 billion downloads of mobile applications. This is an increase compared to last year when 64 billion downloads were recorded.

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Monday, 09 September 2013 19:48

Surface 2 on September 23rd

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Considering that the information about upcoming Microsoft's tablet are leaking like crazy, it was only a matter of time when they will release the date of presentation of new devices. This will happen on September 23rd at an event in New York, and the invitations for the event have already been sent.

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Hynix Fire

Hynix Fabs 1 and 2 in Wuxi, China were engulfed in flames today after a chemical fire broke out. The fire was large and in many of the pictures circling the internet the buildings appeared to be totally immolated. When the news of the fire broke it was estimated that as much as 30% of world memory production were destroyed. This led to much speculation about memory shipments and prices as well as how long the consumer electronics industry will be affected.

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IDC has reduced its forecast for tablet sales for this year due to a lack of new devices that could boost sales growth. According to a new IDC's predictions this year tablet sales will reach 227.4 million units, which is slightly less than previously projected 229.3 million. The main reason for lower sales is the lack of attractive new devices, especially new models of the iPad, which sales have decreased in the second quarter.

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Tuesday, 27 August 2013 19:47

Samsung tablet for kids


Samsung Electronics announced the Samsung GalaxyTab 3 Kids, a tablet designed specifically for children with educational tools and security features that are required by parents, stands in a statement made today by the company.

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Tuesday, 27 August 2013 06:00

New rules for Android developers


Google is aware of applications for the Android operating system abuse which is done by developers. Users  quite often spend more time after installing the application on shutting off the ads then they do by actually using the app. Because of these programmers there are apps that block ads, which are not in Google's favor because ads are source of income for them. In order to put an end to these practices, Google introduced new rules for the developers.

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Wednesday, 07 August 2013 12:52

Decrease of tablet sales in the Q2 of 2013


According to data collected by IDC, in the second quarter relatively poor sales of the tablets were recorded. Compared to the first quarter sales fell by 9.7%, to 45.1 million units, but it's still 60% more than in the same period a year earlier. However, this is the first time that the decline in tablet sales appeared in the second quarter compared to the first.

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According to data published on the website Boy Genius Report, which refer to several resources in which they have confidence, supposedly the new HD models of Kindlea Fire, whose issuance is expected later this year, will be three times faster than the currently available version.

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Tuesday, 30 July 2013 16:01

$99 HP tablet at WalMart


According to Digitimes, HP in collaboration with U.S. chain store Wallmart intends to issue 7 inch tablet, which should be in stores before the start of the new school year, and will be sold at a price of only $99.

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Thursday, 25 July 2013 21:18

New Nexus 7 is here


At the presentation that was held by Sundar Pichai, Google has officially announced the successor of their very popular seven-inch Android tablet, which we could purchase for relatively small money, and enjoy it enough. Name of the new device has remained the same - Nexus 7.

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