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eFun's Nextbook Premium 10SE tablet with ICS now available for $280

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In a market slightly populated by some great well-priced tablets, and one that eFun is quite familiar with, the company decided now was a good time to add yet another slate into the mix. And while the Premium 10SE is slightly pricier than, say, the entry-level Nexus 7 model,...
eFun's Nextbook Premium 10SE tablet with ICS now available for $280

Ematic outs 7-inch FunTab Pro with ICS and a Zoodles mode for kids, available for $150

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Even though the market's currently populated with slabs such as Archos' ChildPad or LeapFrog's LeaPad 2, the race to become the go-to child-friendly tablet could still be considered as wide open. Having previously introduced its FunTab for kids, Ematic's not exactly a newcomer to this territory, and this time...
Ematic outs 7-inch FunTab Pro with ICS and a Zoodles mode for kids, available for $150

HCL intros trio of Android 4.0 tablets aimed at Indian classrooms

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HCL, previously known for launching those budget-friendly MiLeaps, is now getting ready to take its low-cost approach to the tablet market. Earlier today, the Indian outfit announced a trifecta of ICS-packed slates, all of which are aimed squarely at the education sector. Aside from running the freshest version of...
HCL intros trio of Android 4.0 tablets aimed at Indian classrooms

Microsoft Trying Hard to Match AWS, Cuts Azure Pricing

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This should be fun. Just a few days after Amazon announced its 19th price cut, Microsoft is announcing its own price cuts for Azure Storage and Compute. If you're looking at running a smaller instance with a 100MB database, you can now get one for less than $20 a month....
Microsoft Trying Hard to Match AWS, Cuts Azure Pricing

Samsung’s Omnia M priced at €294.99, will compete with Nokia’s Lumia 610

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The big rush down the price ladder continues for Windows Phone handsets, with Samsung now entering the fray. Say hello to the Omnia M, which will cost a mere €294.99 ($380) sans contract. Given that mobile contracts tend to knock hundreds of dollars out of a phone’s sticker cost, the phone...
Samsung’s Omnia M priced at €294.99, will compete with Nokia’s Lumia 610

Haier introduces Zing, a waterproof smartphone with Alibaba's Aliyun OS

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Zing is right, because you probably didn't see this one coming. Haier, the Chinese consumer electronics company best known for air conditioners, refrigerators, and to a lesser extent, its home theater and mobile phone offerings, has just unleashed a durable phone for the home market with Alibaba's Aliyun OS....
Haier introduces Zing, a waterproof smartphone with Alibaba's Aliyun OS

Broadcom releases new Ice Cream Sandwich-optimized chipsets at MWC

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Broadcom's taken the chance to bust out some killer new internals for Android phones here at MWC. The new range of SoCs are optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich, based on single or dual-core 40-nanometer ARM Cortex A9s. The BCM21654G has a 1GHz CPU, integrated HSPA modem and VGA video...
Broadcom releases new Ice Cream Sandwich-optimized chipsets at MWC

MetroPCS announces the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G: 3.65-inch screen, LTE and $169 price tag

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Perhaps it's because the holiday season is well upon us, but MetroPCS decided now was the perfect time to welcome Samsung's Galaxy Admire 4G to its growing portfolio of wallet-friendly handsets. With today's introduction of the overhauled Admire, the Wireless for All carrier is surely expanding on its LTE-on-a-budget...
MetroPCS announces the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G: 3.65-inch screen, LTE and $169 price tag

Kyocera Rise ascends to heights of FCC acceptance

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Kyocera and the FCC have become buddies lately. A couple weeks ago the waterproof Hydro got the go-ahead for United States use, and today we witnessed its brother, the QWERTY slider known as the Rise, make it through the government's hallowed halls. While it doesn't give us any information...
Kyocera Rise ascends to heights of FCC acceptance

Arnova launches 8b G2 slate, hopes to keep it cheap

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Arnova isn't exactly a newcomer when it comes to dealing with budget-friendly tabs, already having produced the 9 and 10 G2s. The outfit's newest addition to its tablet lineup is simply dubbed 8b G2, honoring its 8-inch, 800 x 600, TFT display. Coming in what some could consider "last...
Arnova launches 8b G2 slate, hopes to keep it cheap

Archos launches Elements range of Android tablets with 97 Ca

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Android-powered device maker Archos has just kicked off a new Elements series of tablets with the 97 Carbon. It uses Android 4.0 and uses a 9.7-inch, 1024x768 IPS touchscreen paired with a 1GHz CPU and 1GB of RAM. There is 16GB of storage space onboard, though a microSD memory card...
Archos launches Elements range of Android tablets with 97 Ca

HTC Desire V makes its European debut with dual-SIM capabilities, keeps your affairs in order

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Whether you travel a lot, have to deal with spotty coverage or straight up lead a double life, HTC has a new dual-SIM smartphone for you with the Desire V. The handset is a first of its kind from the company for its European audience, which is said to...
HTC Desire V makes its European debut with dual-SIM capabilities, keeps your affairs in order
LG Fantasy Windows Phone appears on video, keeps us guessing

This low-specced ASUS device could be the $99 Nexus tablet

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The Digital Reader recently discovered benchmarks posted to the GLBenchmarks website for an unannounced Asus tablet that might possibly be for Google’s much rumored $99 Nexus tablet. According to the specs listed in the benchmark data, the Asus ME172V will sport a 1024×600 resolution display, Android 4.1.1, a 400MHz...
This low-specced ASUS device could be the $99 Nexus tablet

Hands-on with Kyocera Rise, an Android 4.0 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard (video)

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Kyocera is looking to regain a foothold in the US smartphone market, and curiously enough, it's doing so by catering to niche audiences. First we saw the Hydro, a waterproof handset, and alongside it is the Rise, which features a sliding QWERTY keyboard. Both phones are built for CDMA...
Hands-on with Kyocera Rise, an Android 4.0 smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard (video)

T-Mobile Prism II from Huawei is official, yours tomorrow for $116 outright

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If you're looking to tap into one of T-Mobile's low-cost unlimited plans but are feeling squeamish about paying for your phone outright, then you might be curious about the Prism II: a new budget smartphone that's about to hit widespread availability at T-Mobile. The handset has been on our...
T-Mobile Prism II from Huawei is official, yours tomorrow for $116 outright

Ca-Fi 621000 brings infotainment to cars with double DIN / without Connect or Sync

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Shenzhen-based Innotrends has been pushing infotainment systems for a while now, and though standalone solutions like the Ca-Fi seem rather clunky when you can buy a Focus with Sync baked in, not everyone can count a flashy new "connected" model as their set of wheels. Today the company announced...
Ca-Fi 621000 brings infotainment to cars with double DIN / without Connect or Sync

ASUS ME172V shows up in benchmarks, could be budget Nexus 7

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The rumored $99 version of the ASUS-built and Google-branded Nexus 7 tablet may be nearing release as some alleged performance benchmark scores for the device have been released online. The GLBenchmark results show a device called ME172V that runs on Android 4.1.1. Hardware specs include a 1GHz CPU and 400MHz...
ASUS ME172V shows up in benchmarks, could be budget Nexus 7
LG Optimus L7 reportedly joining Rogers' budget lineup

Motorola outs RAZR D1, D3 in Brazil: dual-SIM support, Jelly Bean and more

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Folks around the interweb are still wondering what a certain unidentified Motorola smartphone could be, but while we wait for that mystery to unfold, the company's taken the time to announce a pair of new Android handsets in Brazil. The RAZR D1 and D3 clearly nab a design cue...
Motorola outs RAZR D1, D3 in Brazil: dual-SIM support, Jelly Bean and more

Ematic ships 10-inch Android tablet for $220

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Budget electronics maker Ematic has just detailed specs of a new 10-inch Android-powered tablet, the eGlide XL Pro 2. It shares many of the hardware specs with the smaller 7-inch eGlide Prism introduced in mid-April. It runs on Android 4.0 as well and sports a 1GHz CPU and 400MHz GPU,...
Ematic ships 10-inch Android tablet for $220

HTC launches trio of Dragons in China, Ice Cream Sandwich on all

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HTC's been far from quiet since unveiling its One series to the masses, and today the company's continuing the trend by launching three new devices in China. This trio makes up HTC's Dragon lineup, which our partners at Engadget China first met at MWC. Leading the way is the...
HTC launches trio of Dragons in China, Ice Cream Sandwich on all

Hands-on with Kyocera Hydro, a waterproof Android 4.0 smartphone (video)

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It's been a while since we've seen a Kyocera smartphone for the US market, and if you'll recall, its previous two attempts -- the Milano and Echo -- didn't manage to sway many consumers. Today, the company is adding two new Android handsets to the deck: the Hydro and...
Hands-on with Kyocera Hydro, a waterproof Android 4.0 smartphone (video)

Boost Mobile announces the LG Venice: a $220, 4.3-inch handset with Ice Cream Sandwich

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It's only been a few days since we saw those leaked shots of what was rumored to be Boost Mobile's own variant of that Optimus L7 -- and, well, today the LG handset sees its official debut on the prepaid carrier. The LG Venice, as it'll be more commonly...
Boost Mobile announces the LG Venice: a $220, 4.3-inch handset with Ice Cream Sandwich
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