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Amazon will release as many as half a dozen new mobile devices, according to Staples president of U.S. Retail Demos Parneros.
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Sources indicate that Amazon may release up to four new tablets in 2012, with a 10-inch model directly competing with Apple's iPad.
After trashing the Kindle Fire for not having enough RAM or Storage space, Barnes & Noble has released a new $200 Nook Tablet with half the RAM and half the storage of the original model.
Google may be looking to produce an inexpensive 7-inch Android tablet that can compete with the $200 Kindle Fire.
A developer has demonstrated an early build of Android Ice Cream Sandwich running on the Amazon Fire tablet. It's hoped it'll inspire others to help perfect the software.
Archos has announced the 70b Internet Tablet, the first tablet running Android 3.2 Honeycomb that costs less than $200.
Millennial Media, a mobile advertising network, says ad impressions served to Amazon's Kindle Fire have risen an average of 19 percent a day since its launch last month, which equals to hundreds of millions of ads displayed on the hot tablet.