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Xplore Technologies expands presence in A/NZ with amalgamation of Motion Computing
Rugged tablet computers maker, Xplore Technologies, has expanded its presence within the A/NZ region with the acquisition of developer of slate Tablet PC computers, Motion Computing, and its subsidiaries. The company said, in a statement, that by …
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Austin rugged tablet maker reports surging Q1 revenue
Xplore Technologies Corp., a maker of rugged tablet computers, reported that it nearly doubled revenue in the first quarter. The Austin company said it had a net loss of $ 244,000, or 2 cents per share, on revenue $ 24 million compared with a loss of …
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DCC reaffirms guidance of "very significant growth" despite being hit by weak

DCC reaffirms guidance of "very significant growth" despite being hit by weak
"As anticipated, the business in the UK continues to be impacted by the weak tablet market and by reduced sales of mobile computing and smartphone products of one large supplier. The UK business was also impacted by weaker demand and increased …
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Need 4G LTE on your tablet? Surface 3 has you covered – Digital Trends
If you use a laptop or tablet on the move, keeping it connected isn't always easy. Not every train, bus, or alternate transport option has been brought screaming into the 21st century with Wi-Fi support, so making sure you have a backup 4G connection …
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This is the tablet prisoners use |
The revamped tablet is superior in terms of graphics, speed, and computing power, and it has four times the storage capacity at 32 gigabytes. Inmates can purchase the $ 69.99 tablet from a kiosk in their facility or someone can purchase it for them.

Here's what happened in mobile this week

Here's what happened in mobile this week
While growth in tablet shipments has slowed over the past two quarters, the device is still gaining traction among businesses. A separate report from Gartner found that the larger “mobile PC market,” which includes tablets, 2-in-1s, and ultraportable …
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Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Anypen (8-inch) review: Versatile, but small for serious
In my hands-on, the Yoga Tablet 2 Anypen seemed lively enough, but the numbers are strictly Atom: PC Mark 8 rated the tablet at 1,375 in the work test and 897 in the creative test. 3D Mark didn't measure playable frame rates until it got to Ice Storm …
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Use of tablet computers in schools continues to grow

Use of tablet computers in schools continues to grow
The growth in school purchases of tablet computers is slowing down partly because parents are being expected to pay for the devices themselves, new research suggests. Currently, almost three-quarters of schools now use tablet computers such as the iPad …
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Tablet makers like Lenovo, Dell launch 2-in-1 tablet PCs as prices dip, 4G grows
The 2-in-1 tablet PC segment has grown in the last two quarters, said Tarun Pathak, a senior analyst with Counterpoint Research based in Gurgaon, adding that its contribution to the tablet segment will remain in single digits for at least a couple of …
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