Looks like Google may be planning to reveal a $199 tablet which is built by Asus. At least, according to the fine people at Bloomberg. the new tablet will be 7-inches and will run the new Android software called Jelly Bean. Google is slated to reveal both at their Google I/O event which starts today in San Franscisco. The new tablet is to take aim at Apple's iPad and possibly Microsoft's new Tablet called Surface a derivative of the old Microsoft Surface Table. This will be the first time that Google has released their own hardware tablet that would be built by both them and Asus. It will be a challenge for Google to enter the tablet market against Apple but at a $199 price point they may have a shot.
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Though the television set did not make an appearance at Apple's recent Worldwide Developer Conference in June, Apple's 'push in to the living room' is almost guaranteed to be happening fairly soon. Hints in Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, Apple execs murmuring...it seems that Apple sees itself as beyond computers and mobile devices, and facilitating efficiency and positive user experience across a range of pursuits. So, what can we expect from an iTV? This article will take a look at some rumours and match them up against Apple's unique design philosophy.
"While Samsung will certainly suffer lost sales from the issuance of an injunction, the hardship to Apple of having to directly compete with Samsung’s infringing products outweighs Samsung’s harm in light of the previous findings by the Court,"