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  • uranaishi 3:17 am on February 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Star Trek, within its copious vault of ideas and visions for the future, already thought up the iPad and tablet computing before Apple:


  • jessicafaith 7:46 am on January 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Apple Really Just Doesn’t Care… 

    … that Fujitsu has been making and selling a product called the IPad for eight years. Maybe the lower case “i” is supposed to make all the difference?


  • jessicafaith 12:38 am on January 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    E-Readers Fall Short for News, Study Says 

    “The newspaper industry is struggling to hold onto its audience, and e-readers such as the Kindle may not help, according to a new University of Georgia study.”


  • jessicafaith 11:53 pm on January 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    iPad is a baneful brand name to Bostonians 

    From Cult of Mac, as mentioned by Lex in rehearsal…


  • jessicafaith 3:43 am on January 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Apple Reveals iPad- Five Years After MadTV 

    Featured today on NPR’s All Tech Considered. There were obviously no women present in the meeting when they named the new Apple device…

  • kimberlymj 7:12 pm on January 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    The iPad is here! Replacing Books and Newspapers at once!

    Most amazing quote from the unveiling, from a skeptic: “Nothing ages faster than the future when you get it in your hands.”


  • kimberlymj 5:22 am on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Apple Tablet

    From Kayt! She says this about the rumored apple tablet (unreleased as of yet):

    The Wallstreet Journal says it could replace newspapers and be used by families:

    “Apple has recently been in discussions with book, magazine and newspaper publishers about how they can work together. The company has talked with New York TimesCo., Condé Nast Publications Inc. and HarperCollins Publishers and its owner News Corp., which also owns The Wall Street Journal, over content for the tablet, say people familiar with the talks.”

    It would look like this:

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