Research on gamblers by two scientists show much more subtle pattern emerging in lucky streaks than mere chance.
The iPhone maker just nabbed the 5-year-old company in another example of its discrete acquisition push.
The Dell Streak 7 polishes Android 2.2 to a tablet-worthy shine, and is the first to deliver 4G compatibility--but it's not enough to distract us from the incoming wave of Android 3.0 tablets.
The Dell Streak is the first Android tablet worth taking seriously, though its size puts it on the fence between tablets and smartphones.
It's a refurb, and that's your post-rebate price, but it's still a mighty compelling deal on a speedy tablet.
Last year, Call of Duty generated $400 million in its first day of availability.
Of course, that's just the hardware price; T-Mobile's 4G service will cost you extra. Or you can just skip it and stick with Wi-Fi.
Dell has stopped selling the Streak 7 online in the US, signalling the end of its foray into the Android tablet market.
The company's Streak 7 page now says that the device "is no longer available online." The news comes just a few months after Dell discontinued the Streak 5.
With the Christmas shopping season in full swing, Optus has added two new Android Honeycomb tablets to its range: the 10.1-inch Acer Iconia 501 and the Dell Streak 7.