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Sony Launches PRS-T2 Touchscreen E-Reader for $130

The device features new social features for Facebook and Evernote and comes with a voucher to get the e-book version of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

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Barnes & Noble Cuts Nook Prices

The tablet market gets lively as release dates approach for Microsoft's Surface and Google Nexus 7 -- plus whatever the current players have in the works.

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Amazon Starts Fire Sale on Kindle DX

The Kindle DX is now $269.

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Holiday Tech: Droolworthy Gear Coming This Fall

Ultrabook laptops, games, and HDTVs are likely to be hot this holiday season. And it's not too early to prepare for Black Thursday. Here's the lowdown.

The New Kindle Fire: What We Know

Amazon is as tight-lipped about a refresh of Fire as Apple is about its products, but a growing consensus among forecasters suggests the company is ready to compete directly with the iPad.

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Barnes & Noble Offers $50 Gift Card with 16GB Nook Tablet

The gift card offer, which runs through July 29, comes at a time of increasing competition among 7-inch tablets, with Google's Nexus 7 tablet shipping now.

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New 7-Inch Nook will Reportedly Have 'Revolutionary' Screen

Seven-inch tablet rumors are hot right now. Here's the latest one: Barnes & Noble will release a new Nook tablet with a "revolutionary" screen.

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Amazon Service Hints of Kindle Fire Update

Analysis: The appearance of GameCircle offers more evidence that a Kindle Fire 2 is arriving soon.

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20 Best Tech Wins of 2012 (So Far)

The year is just a little more than half over, but we've already seen an explosion of innovative tech. Here's a look at the best of what is out so far in phones, tablets, HDTVs, cameras, and more.

Next Kindle Fire Will be Thinner, With Better Display, Report Says

Google's Nexus 7 may soon be greeted with rivals that are smaller siblings of existing tablets from both Amazon and Apple.

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Chatter of Kindle Fire Update Steals Nexus 7's Spotlight

Analysis: More speculation seeps out about a skinny, 10-inch Amazon tablet and more robust Kindle Fire to be unveiled in July.

Rumor: 10-inch Kindle Fire Coming

Both the 7- and 10-inch models are said to use a metal casing rather than the plastic body found on the first-gen model.

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Google Expected to Debut Kindle Rival This Week

The Google-branded tablet may run the latest Android version, Jellybean, and be priced at $199, reports suggest.

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