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Google targets budget tablets, CEO says

Daniel Ionescu | April 16, 2012
Google is set to push a new wave of budget tablets, Chief Executive Larry Page says. After the success of the Kindle Fire, Google sees plenty of space at the lower end of the market; at the top, few are challenging Apple's iPad.

Android Synergy: Not Just a Dream?

Page also hinted at Google's plans to make Android phones and tablets work together better. He said Google Play, the revamped Android Market, will help towards making Android more unified media hub: "You won't have to manage all these devices. You want to think about all these screens around you working seamlessly."


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