April 2, 2012

Google to Compete Directly With Apple on Tablets

Sascha Segan, PC Magazine

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The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday thatGoogle is starting a store to sell Android tablets online. This is an attempt to jumpstart the sales of tablets running Google-approved versions of Android, which haven't been doing well at all in the U.S. The two most popular Android tablets in this country have been the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet, which are outside the Google fold.
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