There has been a lot of talk around the rumor of Apple releasing a smaller version of its iPad, but does it really make sense?
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Apple’s digital textbook announcements, iBooks author in particular, have generated a lot of vituperation, which I often view as an omen of future success.But ignore all of that get back to what really matters — the numbers and the initial data’s looking good, very good indeed.
However you spin the numbers, this is a significant gimme to highly laudable program that puts America’s best and brightest into the nation’s neediest schools. That is more than 9,000 young, idealistic teachers in the toughest K-12 institutions sprinkled across 38 states — a beautiful way to pay it forward.
Back before the original iPad shipped in early 2010, the security surrounding the device was tighter than tight. Apple took what can only be described as extreme measures to insure the device remained secret and third-party app developers were expected to fall in line.
OMG! This is the ultimate technological double rainbow! Not just the iPad 2, but one that’s white just like a unicorn. When asked for comment, Chuck Norris said Steve Jobs would answer all inquiries after he leaves his hyperbaric treatment stasis chamber.
Apple’s next-generation tablet will most likely be announced on Wednesday, March 2. Beyond that nothing’s sure until the specs are published, though that shouldn’t stop us from delving deeply into the available rumors on what’s coming.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was supposed to herald the arrival competitive tablets capable of taking on iPad from a score or more vendors. Instead we’ve been hearing — not actually touching — a lot of ‘later this year’ promises and seeing not a few half-baked mockups.
When it comes to Christmas gifting and the inevitable advice, beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder. Nevertheless, the magazine’s 2010 best of the best electronics roundup has a couple real (!!!) head scratching moments.