AT&T, News Corp. partner on budget Android tablet

03/6/2013 | ZDNet

AT&T has joined forces with a unit of News Corp. to debut a low-cost tablet computer designed for educational settings. The tablet -- which is the brainchild of News Corp.'s Amplify division -- runs on Android's "Jelly Bean" operating system, features extended battery life and retails for just $299. A premium version with 4G access from AT&T costs $349 and comes pre-installed with Google Apps for Education and Amplify's own education software.

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