Ars Technica reviews the iPad The iPad isn't a big iPod touch—an iPod touch is a miniature iPad that restricts the full multitouch experience in exchange for offering greater portability. With the iPad, in contrast, you get multitouch the way it was meant to be done. That's one of our many take-aways after having submerged ourselves in iPad land since launch.
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Google Tablet, HP 6-inch mini slate & Nokia ereader tipped to ta Whether iPad-inspired or just coincidental, it sounds like Google aren’t content to leave the tablet market to Apple. While devices like the Notion Ink Adam and ICD Gemini will both run Android, according to the NYT Google are planning an own-brand tablet; CEO Eric Schmidt has apparently been boasting about the Android-based Google tablet at a recent party, and sources with “direct knowledge of the project” reckon the search giant has been quietly working on media content deals including magazines and newspapers.
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7 Green Tips for the Paperless Professional Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of Green Tips posts, a collaboration between WebWorkerDaily and our sister site, Earth2Tech . Going paperless is now a realistic option to making your work life more friendly on the planet and more efficient in general. From web-based faxing, to replacing all mail with email, to toting around your own coffee mug, the benefits of eliminating paper can both preserve natural resources and save you money.
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If you’re still unsure that the iPad will be as successful as Apple’s other trendy gadgets, it may be time to rethink your assumptions. Apple is now selling more than 200,000 iPads every week, which means its outselling Apple’s Mac computers and nearing sales of the iPhone 3GS, according to analyst Mike Abramsky from RBC Capital Markets (via Digital Daily ). Abramsky wrote the following in a note to clients this morning: Analyst: Apple iPads outselling Macs, nearing iPhone 3GS sales |
AT&T Data Plans’ Biggest Losers: Femtocell Users Smartphone user outrage over AT&T’s new capped data plans may be dying down, but another set of consumers could soon get fired up: femtocell owners.