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# Tablets

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European airlines to allow gadget use during takeoff and landing
Here's why TDs and Senators can't update their iPhones and iPads to iOS7
More than 85% of people still watch TV content on their televisions at home
We wish we'd never heard of these apps
'Digital retreats' offered to internet burnouts
Here are some things Microsoft needs to fix in Windows 8
Poll: Would you support a smartphone tax to fund suicide prevention?
Finally! A tablet computer that's 'just for women'
Judge slashes €1 billion Samsung-Apple penalty in half
9 tech trends that will make someone billions this year
Late shoppers may be penalised as stores run low on toys and tablets
Samsung faces new court battle over patents, this time with Ericsson
Almost half in online survey say they will spend less this Christmas
Oireachtas says TDs still set for tablet computers despite hitch
The Evening Fix: Thursday
Jurors begin deliberations in Apple/Samsung patent trial
iForgot: TDs rarely use tablet computers that Leinster House already provides
iLawmakers: TDs and Senators to get tablet devices from Oireachtas
US court blocks sales of Samsung Galaxy Tab in patent dispute
Dramatic surge in number of smartphones and tablets in Ireland
Here are all the iPad 3 rumours we know about so far…
Yay! 12 things that will be cheaper in 2012
Let the rumours begin: iPad 3 to be released in March?
Amazon profits nosedive as it takes on Apple in tablet war
Apple v Samsung: German court upholds injunction banning sale of Galaxy tablets
Samsung v Apple: the battle continues
BlackBerry maker recalls batch of faulty PlayBook tablets
One in five Irish people watch TV regularly on a computer
In photos: Sony unveils first tablet devices