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Kupa and Orienteering Unlimited announce Joint Product Demonstration of X11 Tablet Computer And OCAD Cartography software at NEURISA Day 2011 Conference on Oct 3rd. Sturbridge,
Kindle Fire, the new tablet computer revealed by Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos on Wednesday, costs $209.63 to make, or approximately $10 more than the device will sell for.
Kupa and Datapolis announce joint product demonstration of X11 tablet computer and Workbox 2010 workflow solution at Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim, CA.
An analyst said on Thursday that Research In Motion (RIM) may have stopped production of its PlayBook tablet computer.
Toshiba announced its Thrive 7 tablet computer on Tuesday, becoming another company trying to put out their product in time for the holidays.
Amazon Inc. unveiled a new tablet computer to try and compete with Apple Inc.'s market dominating iPad.
In courts all over the world, iPad creator Apple is fighting gadget manufacturer Samsung over various alleged patent and technology infringements in a series of battles that should make lawyers happy for years to come.
As expected, Amazon will launch the next version of their Kindle tablet--officially dubbed the "Kindle Fire"--during a press event scheduled to be held Wednesday in New York City.
Kupa announces its exhibition at CITA Enterprise and Application Conference from Oct 10th to Oct 13th in San Diego, CA and will be showcasing its X11 pen + touch, 10 hour battery life tablet
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