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WSJ: LG To Launch Android Tablet Q4 2010

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LG Electronics Inc., South Korea's second-largest electronics maker by revenue after Samsung, said Monday that it plans to launch an Android-powered tablet computer in the fourth quarter of this year.

The device will run on Google Inc.'s (GOOG) Android operating system, but the company didn't provide further details such as the price and in which markets the device will be available.
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