Apple becoming a “post-PC” company

In March 7th media event, Apple CEO Tim Cook told that it has sold 172 million ‘Post-PC’ devices last year. They account for 76 percent of the company’s revenue and it include devices like  iPods, iPads, and iPhones. A PC company, Apple changed it’s name from ‘Apple Computers’ to ‘Apple Inc.’ in 2007, singling its…

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Rumor: ‘iPad 3’ to be released on Steve Jobs birthday on Feb 24 ?

Apple Inc and rumor go together. If you haven’t grabbed the $99 HP tablet or a $199 RIM Playbook or a $199 Amazon Kindle Fire… or any other Android tablets and waiting for next generation of Apple’s $499 iPad, your wait might be over in a couple of months. On the birthday of Apple co-founder…

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Missed the $99 HP TouchPad ? It’s going to make a comeback

HP has announced that it’s ill fated HP TouchPad  will make a comeback, just in time for the holidays. The assembly lines will start producing the tablet once again for the last time and the tablet will still be sold for $100 price tag. A $100 is a huge bargain for the consumers to pay…

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11,000 iPads for United Airlines Pilots Flight Bags

United Airlines has announced that it is converting flight decks to paperless by deploying 11,000 iPads to all the United and Continental pilots. The electronic flight bags (EFB) replaces all the paper flight manuals. With this paperless move, United has become the first major airline network to transition to paperless aeronautical navigational charts through an…

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End of Intel processers in Mac computers ?

Rumors are circulating about Apple dropping Intel chips (Apple replaced PowerPC chips for Intel chips in 2006) to use it’s own ARM based chips in Mac lines of computers. Intel started manufacturing its own microprocessor after it acquire PA Semi in 2008. Apple’s most popular products, iPhone and iPad, are powered by it’s latest A5…

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Bing iPad app, a bold move of Microsoft

Microsoft has gone an extra mile to rebuild its search engine, Bing, specific to the Apple’s iPad tablet computer. From within the Bing App, users can search whatever they like including news, movies times, weather reports, and local businesses. It also features maps with road, areal and birds eye views, turn-by-turn direction, transit info search,…

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Consumer Reports says iPad is best tablet computer

In its May 2011 issue, Consumer Reports has published the review of 10 tablet computers. The iPad 2 was considered most feature rich and cheap compitator in the market. CR has stated that iPad’s nearest competitors is Motorola Xoom. Consumer Reports tested tablet computers from variety of manufacturers like Apple, Archos, Dell, Samsung and ViewSonic….

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iPad 2 online order shipment pushed by more than a month

According to Apple online store, Apple’s latest release, iPad 2, will take 4-5 weeks to ship. The second version of the market leader tablet was unveiled by Steve Jobs in his surprise appearance on March 2 and released on March 14 in the US. Some of the people who wanted to get hold of the…

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The Daily – A brand new iPad-only newspaper debuted

In an even held on Feb 2, 2011, an iPad only national daily news publication, The Daily, was launched. The News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch, unveiled the first national daily news publication designed specifically for Apple’s iPad. Murdoch claimed that the product blends "the best of journalism" with "the best of contemporary technology." Published every…

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