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Ubuntu tablet tease counts down to HTC event

Ubuntu tablet tease counts down to HTC event

In a move that's making as clear a statement as can be made without outright saying the final word, Ubuntu has set up a timer with the words "tick, tock, tablet time" attached, lining up perfectly with the HTC event tomorrow morning. If there's one thing that's clear in the world of technology news reporting, it's that there's no such thing as a coincidence - and never more than in situations such as these. The doors open at 9:15 AM EST for a 10AM start in New York City - Ubuntu's reveal looks to be set for the event's start.

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HTC backing out of US tablet market

HTC backing out of US tablet market

The tablet market has been fierce recently. The battle between Google, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and of course Apple has been making it more difficult for other manufacturers to gain traction with tablets of their own. HTC, specifically, has been having a hard time, which is why they've announced they're intention to back out of the tablet game.

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HTC Vertex HD tablet uncovered with quad-core Tegra 3

HTC Vertex HD tablet uncovered with quad-core Tegra 3

This week a lovely new HTC tablet has shown its guts, so to speak, as two separate benchmark tests have had results pop up on the web with its name: HTC Vertex. This device was tipped earlier this week as a replacement for HTC's current tablet line with the HTC Jetstream and HTC Flyer and is being shown today as having both Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor onboard. This device also appears to be working with a 10.1-inch display with HD resolution at WXGA 1280 x 800 pixels.

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Microsoft denies HTC’s first Windows 8 tablet

Microsoft denies HTC’s first Windows 8 tablet

This week it's become apparent that HTC has been denied their first chance to grab early access to the world of Windows 8 in tablet form via Microsoft. This information comes from sources close to the information speaking with Bloomberg, saying not that HTC would be knocked out completely from the Windows 8 platform, but that their first idea for a tablet running the software was turned down by the Microsoft team responsible for sending out the first Windows 8 software builds to manufacturers. This news will very likely be blown out of proportion by publications across the web, so keep your ears and eyes tuned to the basics.

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AT&T’s Q1 2012 roadmap leak reveals HTC Titan II date and Sony Crystal tablet

AT&T’s Q1 2012 roadmap leak reveals HTC Titan II date and Sony Crystal tablet

AT&T recently announced several new devices at CES 2012, and now more details have emerged on pricing and launch dates. According to BGR, the carrier will be releasing two Windows Phone handsets with the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II, which we've spent some hands-on time with before. The company will also be releasing several Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD, Samsung Exhilirate, Sony Xperia Ion, and a yet to be announced Sony Crystal tablet.

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HTC Quattro Tegra 3 tablet pictured & detailed

HTC Quattro Tegra 3 tablet pictured & detailed

HTC's upcoming Tegra 3 based tablet, the HTC Quattro, has been revealed in a leaked official render, complete with hardware spec details ahead of the slate's expected early 2012 release. Fronted by a 10.1-inch 1280 x 768 display, believed to use the same Scribe digital stylus as the existing HTC Flyer and Jetstream, the Quattro will pair 1GB of RAM with its quadcore processor, Pocketnow's sources say, along with Bluetooth 4.0.

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HTC Flyer tablet $299 at Best Buy starting in October

HTC Flyer tablet $299 at Best Buy starting in October

Best Buy and HTC must have had a sit-down recently regarding the Flyer tablet that's been out for some months, because come October 1st, the price of this tablet will be reduced by $200 from its original price of $499.99 to its lowest price ever, $299.99. It's time to drop those tablet prices, ladies and gentlemen, and it's not just because the Amazon Kindle Fire is scaring the cheese out of the competition (not verified, but quite possible). Low sales and the ever-deepening pool of tablets out there certainly has had an impact on the price of tablets across the board, as evidenced here in the Flyer and the now sold-out TouchPad from HP.

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