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Wall Street Beat: Mobile, cloud are key to tech earnings

Facebook, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon weigh in with earnings

Xplore's XC6 DMSR tablet

What kind of tablet does $5,000 get you?

Xplore's new XC6 DMSR tablets may break the bank, but they can take 7-foot drops and remain submerged in water.

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Hands on: Polaris Office's new cloud option wants your contacts

Polaris Office adds a cloud-based office option, but for what the suite offers, the price is simply too steep -- even for free.

Faulty charger forces Nokia to halt Lumia 2520 tablet sales for electric shock risk

The AC-300 charger can give users an electric shock, but no incidences have been confirmed so far

Androids

See ya, Microsoft: Intel looks to Android for growth in tablets

Intel projects Android will be in 80 percent to 90 percent of the tablets it expects to ship with its chips this year

Take our mobile survey and you might win an iPad mini

IDG's annual Global Mobile Survey helps us learn more about how you use your smartphone or tablet. Fill out the survey and you could win one of three Retina iPad minis!

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More low-price Android tablets coming from Lenovo

Lenovo's new A7-50, A8 and A10 tablets have quad-core processors and 1280 x 800 pixel screens, and run Android.

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Intel taps China's little-known 'white box' makers to fuel tablet chip business

China's white box tablet makers are flooding the market with products

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Samsung unveils new Galaxy Tab4 series

Three new Android tablets join Samsung's prodigious lineup.

on greenbot.com

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With one 'dinosaur' and one BlackBerry owner, iCourt jury is selected

Apple gear was well-represented among the pool of prospective jurors

CloudOn offers 6 months of virtual Office for free

As the expected announcement of Microsoft Office for the Apple iPad looms, CloudOn offers a last-ditch effort to secure new customers.

iPad 2 bids us farewell, is replaced by fourth-generation Retina model

Apple's venerable iPad 2, first introduced in 2011, has finally ridden off into the sunset. The fourth-generation iPad with Retina display replaces it at the $399 price point.

on macworld.com