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Middle East, Africa tablet market surges: IDC

Briefs | 06/02/2014 2:28 pm EDT

The Middle East and Africa saw record growth in their tablet market in the first quarter of this year, despite a general slowdown in this industry's expansion globally, International Data Corp. said in a report released Sunday.

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