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Following in last year's steps, the NCAA and Turner Sports have taken the wraps off their March Madness 2012 goodies for handsets, slates and PCs. Though, unlike its 2011 variants, you'll now have to part ways with a one-time $3.99 charge in order to catch your favorite college team in action. Pay

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Promises, promises. That's what ASUS has been feeding those of you who choose to brazenly call the OG Transformer your slate of preference. In the past couple of months we were told to expect the ICS refresh in \"early February,\" before quickly slipping a couple of weeks. Needless to say, that time

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If you're still holding out for a Motorola Xoom, here's some good news. The folks at Droid Life snagged a picture of a Staples ad depicting March 27th as the targeted release date for the slate. In addition, the tablet appears to be retailing for 600 bucks -- one the cheapest models money can buy.

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The only official timeframe we have for an Android 3.0 Honeycomb release is sometime \"next year.\" A little too vague for our liking and for a seemingly infinite list of manufacturers chomping at the bit to release their fully sanctioned Android tablets onto the world. Now DigiTimes narrows thin

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Far be it for Japan to steal the Dell store's thunder, but the pre-order page for Alienware's M11x. The \"not a netbook, not yet a gaming rig\" is retaining its previously-heard $799 price tag, and with it comes a 1.3GHz Pentium SU4100, 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT335M, 2GB of memory, and 160GB HDD. Wanting

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Endless Ideas' original BeBook wasn't exactly the same smash hit as, say, Amazon's Kindle, but the company's hoping to refocus some of the spotlight back on itself next week in Germany. According to a succulent teaser page on the company's website, it has proudly announced that the next-gen e-reade

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Sony execs have been known to say a few less-than-recommended phrases in the past, and while usually it's all fun and games poking fun of their blunders, things get serious when the giant starts talking delays. In a recent interview with CNET, Sony's latest CEO -- Sir Howard Stringer -- somehow got

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