Nexus 7 leaves Google with razor-thin profit margin

Nexus 7 leaves Google with razor-thin profit margin

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Analysts estimate that Google's first branded tablet will generate very little income per device. What will make the tablet a profitable venture? [Read more]...
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pandodaily.com
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allthingsd.com
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www.geekwire.com
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