iPad market share has soared to 68%

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Amazon Appstore is three times as profitable as Google’s Play Store (Android Market) when it comes to average app revenue.

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Here’s why most Android tablet makers are going to be screwed, and Apple will have the last laugh in the tablet wars.

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Google may finally launch G-Drive, its rumored cloud storage service in April 2012.

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Amazon may be planning to launch 3 new models of the Kindle Fire in 2012, targeting different segments of the tablet market.

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Apple lost a significant amount of market share in Q4 2011, following the launch of the Kindle Fire by Amazon. Its market share dropped from 61.5% to 54.7%, while Android saw its market share increase to 44.6%.

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According to reports, Flipkart has acquired LetsBuy.com, which is its biggest competitor. The reported acquisition price is in the range of $20 to $25 million.

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After causing Borders to shut down, Amazon is now expected to open retail stores with the first one in Seattle.

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Amazon is entering the Indian e-commerce segment with the launch of Junglee.com – a price comparison portal.

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Apple remained the leader in the tablet market in Q4 2011 with 58% market share, but Android grabbed about 10% market share, accounting for 39% of all tablet shipments.

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The rumor mill suggests that Google may be working on an inexpensive, $200 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet to take on the Amazon Kindle Fire.

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The developers over at XDA have released a pre-Alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Kindle Fire.

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Apple’s iPad ruled the tablet market in Q3 2011, accounting for 61.5% of total tablet shipments. Android came a distant second with a 32.4% market share.

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Kindle Touch XSS JailBreak

The Amazon Kindle Touch receives a jailbreak via XSS embedded in an MP3 file.

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