Details of the Kindle Fire tablet by Amazon were leaked by Bloomberg right before the official event. It will be priced at just $199.

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The ZTE T98 Android tablet is probably the most powerful tablet currently, but it still is a long way from the official launch. It runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb and is powered by a quad core 1.5 GHz Tegra 3 processor.

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Some more details about the Kindle Fire, Amazon’s new Android tablet have leaked right before its expected unveiling date. It will be priced at $250 and will have a 1.2 GHz dual core OMAP chip.

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Amazon has been sending out invites for its press conference on September 28. It’s very likely that we will see the launch of its new Android tablet at the conference.

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An image of Motorola’s unannounced tablet, which looks comparitively slim and sleeker, compared to the XOOM has leaked online.

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Google is apparently going to launch Android Ice Cream Sandwich before the end of October. The Notion Ink Adam will be updated with Android ICS by November.

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Touch Me! Microsoft gets ready for BUILD

Microsoft reveals the next version of its operating system tomorrow at //build/. Here is a background on Windows 8 and some unanswered questions.

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Toshiba has just announced its new insanely thin website, the AT-200. The tablet is only 7.7mm thick, and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core OMAP processor.

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Today, Sony at IFA 2011 announced two tablets, the Tablet S and Tablet P. The long rumored tablets are now official.

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Firefox Honeycomb Browser

Mozilla has revealed designs for Firefox for tablets browser. The Firefox for Android 3.0 Honeycomb design show how Firefox will look and work on Android tablets.

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Amazon is expected to launch its new tablet in September. Here’s why I think it might have the best chance of dethroning the iPad in terms of sales and market share.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet now available. For $499 and running Android 3.1, even the business professional can play Angry Birds.

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TabCo tablet turns out to be Fusion Garage’s Grid 10.

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TabCo Creating a Lot Of Buzz! Who Are They?

Tabco says they’re going to “reinvigorate” the tablet market. What’s all the hype about?

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Apple and Amazon expect to sell the most tablets in the third quarter of 2011. While Apple has placed orders for around 15 million iPads, Amazon has ordered close to 1.2 million tablets, higher than any other Android tablet manufacturer.

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