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Tired of paper-filled meetings? The Boardbooks app - another subscription service - offers iPad users offline access to board materials directly on Apple's slate. While this app works fine on the first-generation iPad, lots of companies desperately seeking paperless board meetings would apparently prefer to have them on the slicker iPad 2, according to the Financial Times.
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Want an app that will show off the iPad 2's new dual-core A5 chip? What better place to start than the Google Earth iPad app - take a virtual turn around your ski resort and get to know the key locations of your next business trip.
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The creators of the iPhone Word Lens on-the-fly translation app, which converts Spanish to English dynamically as you look via the camera view, have added support for iPad 2. So when you land in Madrid on that business trip you can use your Apple tablet to translate the hotel menu.
Photo: iTunes/Word Lens