Tech investors follow the tablet market and its recent developments closely, and for good reason: This market is one of the fastest-growing areas in all of technology. Investors were recently given a new set of forecasts for the tablet market this year that have big-time implications for both Apple and Google. In the following video, Andrew Tonner breaks down exactly how investors should approach this new data.
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